synth builder YokoBoko has created the Motherfucker-19 – a Eurorack companion module for the Moog Mother 32.
Motherfucker-19 is an ingenious and provocatively named DIY ‘Frankensynth’ Eurorack module from the mind of YokoBoko.
The synth follows the same general layout as the original Moog, but is created using Doepfer parts and other sourced electronic components.
The synth is a perfect addition to the Eurorack stable and is bound to inspire a host of DIY synth enthusiasts.
Check out the video for an in-depth demo.
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