If you’ve into Eurorack modular synthesizers, you’re probably familiar with Pittsburgh Modular, which makes both individual modules and complete systems.
In the latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast, host Darwin Grosse interviews Pittsburgh Modular founder Richard Nicol.
Here’s what Grosse has to say about the interview:
Richard talks about his start as a fledgling builder, his work with other circuit designers, his vision for the product line and his perspective on module creation. It was really intriguing to hear about his ideas, but also reassuring to see a plan laid bare.
An awesome interview, and a great way to understand how a database developer becomes a “modular mogul” (triple-grins to this – wait until you hear about his personal modular system…).
You can listen to the interview with Richard Nicol of PIttsburgh Modular via the embed below, or at the A+M+T podcast site:
You can find out more about Pittsburgh Modular’s gear at their site.