Modal Electronics

Modal Electronics

Modal Electronics, founded in 2013, is headquartered in Bristol, UK. At that time, the development team at Modal felt vintage and contemporary synthesisers were lacking the innovative spirit bound to these instruments from decades before. It was time for overdue updates to the old-school sounds, aesthetics and concepts.

The Modal 002 marked a milestone in synthesiser history, re-imagining what a synthesiser at that time should be. It was the first poly digital/analogue hybrid synthesiser with a transistor ladder filter. The first synth to have 10,000 patch memories, an Ethernet connection to access an integrated webserver to edit all parameters. The first non-workstation synthesiser to feature a full-colour display and the first to support high-res 192kHz/24bit digital audio output over USB.

Today the Modal Electronics line feature three distinct product families; the ARGON series of wavet-able synthesisers, the virtual analogue COBALT synthesisers and the portable, sleek and powerful Creator Series

The secret of Modal Electronics’ products and the excitement they ignite in musicians, producers and performers is an entirely new synth experience to push creative boundaries beyond their status quo. Modal Electronics’ commitment to our customers and fans is their love for synthesisers, technology and music.

Monster Machine - Sound Library

Modal Electronics is excited to announce an all-new sound library for the feature packed Argon Series synthesisers – Monster Machine. Harnessing the raw power of the ARGON Series’ supercharged wavetable synth engine, and injecting a heavy dose of inspiration from horror and Sci-Fi genres, this collection of 40 other worldly textures guarantees to take your creativity to never ventured heights.

Featuring a meticulously curated collection of dystopian sound beds, edgy thunderous basses and eery lead lines, Monster Machines is ideal for adding a new dimension to modern music production and traditional composition scenarios alike. Head over to the Modal Electronics Blog to download this free pack and add some off-world fuel to your sonic arsenal.