My First Modular System On Kickstarter


Oficina de Sonido has launched a Kickstarter project to fund production of My First Modular System, an open source modular synthesizer.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“We know that synthesis with Eurorack can seem inaccessible due to its reputation for being expensive and complicated.

That’s why we decided to design a modular system that is affordable without compromising on quality. My First Modular is a low cost eurorack modular system, with a precise selection of modules for beginners, versatile and with simple and colorful interfaces. As we are designers and musicians we have made an instrument with the basics to express your musical creativity.

This Opensource design proposal aims to be the most accessible eurorack modular system that exists, where anyone with a little knowledge can use our templates and codes to produce their own modules and, like us, improve them and make them available to the whole community.
This kickstarter project will allow us to finance the development and manufacturing of the first complete systems, therefore the current price is only for this campaign. Most likely in the future the price of the system and the modules may vary.”


  • 8 modules (Vco chords, sequencer, Filter, LFO, MultiMix, VCA, AD/AR, Delay)
  • 4 Art Blank Panels
  • 8 Patch Cables (2x10cm, 4x20cm, 2x30cm)
  • 66 HP Case
  • Power Supply
  • Power Bus with 10 sockets (10pin)
  • 8 power cable 16pin (10cm)
  • 24 screws

Pricing and Availability:

My First Modular System is available to backers for MX 11,350, or about $660 USD.

Note: Crowdfunded projects involve risk. See the project site for details.

5 thoughts on “My First Modular System On Kickstarter

  1. Backed! I already have a eurorack system, but the art style and simple but essential modules look great. Grabbing a 3-pack. I bought their cumbia machine a bunch of years ago – very fun lofi drum box.

  2. Hmm, if beginners are their demographic, you’d think they at least made it obvious what’s doing what. This panel design makes absolutely no sense in that respect. What a mess. Add a few hundred and get the true modular Pico II from Erica, or save a few hundred and get the desktop Pico III.

  3. Cool funky design!
    It’s all there if a small bit unorderly and chaotic layout
    Sequencer, LFO, Filter, OSC, Signal Multiplier, VCA amp, Envelope, and Analog Delay
    For second there I thought those side panels were capacitive triggers just how they looked I guess

    Good for a starter kit or an additional bank of tools

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