1010music LLC is a new company providing innovative digital music solutions. Some of our past work includes Traktor DJ by Native Instruments, which earned Apple’s App of the Year in 2013, Looptastic which was a top 10 selling app for 2010, and MixMeister, which is now part of inMusic. We look forward to pushing the boundaries of music creation wherever and whenever possible.


Doepfer Musikelektronik GmbH
Geigerstr. 13
D-82166 Graefelfing / Germany

Phone: +49 89 89809510
Fax: +49 089 89809511
Emails: see email list

Office hours: Mo – Thu: 9 am until 4 pm, Fri: 9 am until 2 pm.
No shop ! Sale and pick up only after appointment !


Account no. 7151801
Postbank Munich (München)
German bank code (BLZ): 700 100 80
Bank address: Bayer-Str. 49, 80335 Munich, Germany
BIC (Bank Identifier Coder BIC, Swift Code) 8-digit version: PBNKDEFF / 11-digit version: PBNKDEFF700 or PBNKDEFFXXX
IBAN (International Bank Account Number): DE92 7001 0080 0007 1518 01

Legal form: German Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung / GmbH (= limited liability company, similar to Ltd.)
Registered office: Graefelfing, Germany

Registered at the Amtsgericht München (district court Munich) HRB 97 399
CEOs / Managing directors: Sibille Heller, Dieter Doepfer
VAT Reg. No.: DE129329318
WEEE Reg. No.: DE36950311

The brand name „DOEPFER” and the corresponding trademark and logo are protected by law (Reg. No. 30 2008 051 789, Deutsches Marken- und Patentamt).

4ms Company has been designing and building innovative audio electronics for musicians since 1996.

4ms Company offers alternatives to traditional instruments with our poly-rhythmic clock modules that create evolving complex mathematical beat patterns, a resonator that can cast pop music into micro-tonal keys, a chaos generator that confounds attempts to make the same sound twice, a routing matrix that’s played like an instrument, and many more innovative devices.

Rather than replicate concepts from the past, we strive to turn unique ideas into playable musical tools that expand the possibilities of music.

We also offer Do-it-yourself kits, and many of our designs are open-source. Hack away!

What is 2hp?
2hp is the smallest width that a Eurorack module can be.
We make designs without compromise. Being mindful of both space and quality.
Whether you’re looking to put together a live performance rig or fill gaps in your case, 2hp offers an unparalleled performance to size ratio.
Size matters.

Abstract Data manufactures a range of electronic
musical instruments, synthesizers and effects in
Eurorack Modular and Desktop formats.

Based in London, UK – it is independently owned
and operated by Justin Owen.

On this site, you can buy current builds, check out
product demos, download manuals, find out about
past projects and get the latest news on future designs.

Feel free to get in contact directly or by any of the
Abstract Data social media channels.

ADDAC develops advanced instruments for sonic expression.

We started back in 2009 with an ambition to explore the potential crossover between analog synthesizers and computers. Because our first creations sparked a lot of attention, we decided to work hard and put them in your hands.

Our product line is focused on a new breed of hybrid synths, that make use of the best of both the digital and analog worlds. We’ve grown to be able to reach thousands of enthusiastic clients, friends and collaborators. Always looking into conceptualizing and developing the most exquisite instruments, we hope you’re able to join and share this passion with us.

Our solutions can be found in many personal studio throught the world, owned by musicians in several planes of stardom. We especially appreciate seeing them being used in a very wide range of musical genres.

We are a group of musicians and engineers based in Berlin.
We are in the very fortunate position of being able to design and build our own equipment, the kind of equipment we want to use.

Of course, there are many other excellent companies making fantastic equipment – much of which we own and love – and so rather than trying to reinvent wheels, we go beyond classic designs.

First we build devices that avoid problems we’ve encountered – everything from irregular performance to awkward connection placements. And we ensure consistent quality, using only carefully selected component, and assembling our equipment here in Germany.

Second, whenever possible, we try to create modules that do something different and offer new possibilities – be that a filter that doesn’t lose the bass when you crank up the resonance, or a VCO which allows gradual morphing from soft- to hard-sync.

One of the best thing about modular is the flexibility and creativity it offers, so if you have any suggestions for new features, revisions, or even new modules, we’d love to hear from you.

AJHSynth is headed up by Allan „J” Hall, who has been involved with synths, electronics and music for more years than he cares to remember! He started by building a guitar fuzz box at the tender age of 12 and an interest in synthesisers and electronic music soon followed, fuelled by an unhealthy overexposure to early Tangerine Dream, Pink Floyd, Vangelis and Kitaro. For the last 15 years he has been building and modding synth systems both for himself and other electronic musicians, as well as spending some time as a semi-pro musician playing keyboards in several rock and tribute bands.

Allan spent five years as a service technician repairing and modifying Moog, Arp, Korg, Roland and other analogue synthesisers along with some Pro Audio design work, previous to this he spent two years designing and building „boutique” valve (tube) guitar amplifiers.

AJHSynth are based near Bournemouth, on the South coast of England, where this small but enthusiastic bunch of synth heads now indulge their passion for all things modular!

ALM/Busy Circuits is a UK based boutique electronics design company producing original, useful and fun devices for the creation, manipulation and control of sound. We focus primarily on the ‘Eurorack’ modular synthesizer format.

To keep updated, please follow us on twitter: @busycircuits and instagram: @busycircuits . Please also visit our Vimeo and Soundcloud pages for more demos.

To get in touch with questions or support, please email us at info [AT] busycircuits [dot] com

Award winning synths. Hand built in England since 1993.


Analogue Solutions is a UK based company specialising in true analogue synthesisers, sequencers and eurorack modules. With over 20 years experience in the industry, Analogue Solutions were there right at the start of the eurorack revolution.

Analogue Solution instruments are hand built in the England, with many being tested by founder Tom Carpenter, who has hands on involvement in all aspects of the company.

Analogue Solutions products have been applauded for having a truly vintage sound that is full of character. The synthesisers have a full analogue audio path, and analogue LFOs and EGs. Also no memories means nothing in the synth is being made sterile by CPU control. When you turn a knob you are directly changing the voltage or current in an actual synth circuit.

Analogue Solutions were there right at the start of Eurorack, the third company to start producing modules.

Analogue Solutions founder, Tom Carpenter, has a genuine passion for analogue synths, drawing on his years of using and owning vintage analogue synths and drum machines, which he uses, along side AS products, in his own music productions.

Analogue Solutions makes music electronics. Make Music.

Our company’s main aim is to distribute modular systems and synth modules in Europe and the whole world. Apart from that we consider it important to have the most popular analog synths in stock, and also to have the rare, almost legendary pieces as well. Our goal is to distribute analog (modular and semi-modular) systems, at the same time though, a wide range of quality studio equipment is also available from us.

Another important part of our work is to contribute to the analog and modular synthesizer community by means of gaining popularity and raising awareness. Apart from distribution, we are happy to dedicate time and effort to keep the discourse alive between experienced users and newcomers in the community. We regularly take part in events, workshops and we also organize them. You can check out our next event on our Facebook page. We are eager to provide informative and entertaining videos of our products on our Youtube channel.

As representatives of the manufacturers distributed by our company we are able to keep our customers up to date with information about any distributed product in question.

Antimatter Audio is a musical instrument manufacturer located in Portland, OR, USA. To contact us, send email to antimatteraudio {a.t} gmail {dot} com

Welcome to Analogue Systems, manufacturers of high quality professional equipment.

Dave Solursh is the owner of Art For The Ears Ltd. He is a passionate music lover and holds a Bachelor of Fine Art in Electro-Acoustic Music from Concordia University.

Dave got interested in the hobby of synth building about 6 years ago and has become an active member of many online synth communities & forums. The idea to build custom handcrafted skiffs & amp cases was born out of necessity as he was slowly amassing a huge collection of modules and had no cases to store them in.

Dave has worked the last 15 years in the chalet/cottage building industry with a focus on fabricating hand crafted precast architectural concrete. During many of his concrete installations he would often incorporate reclaimed wood as an element in the overall working design of the build.  Although concrete was the original idea for a business, working with wood ultimately became the passion.

Do not hesitate to contact Dave if what you are looking for is not on the website. Dave has created many custom skiffs and obviously all guitar amp cases are one of a kind creations.

Dave lives with his wife and two sons in Meaford, Ontario. When not working, he can be found snowboarding at Blue Mountain, boating in Muskoka or building custom synths at his in-house music studio.

AQA Elektrix > becomes ACL (Advanced Circuit Lab)   Audiophile Circuits League

AQA Elektrix is a manufacturer who works closely with musicians. The modules by AQA Elektrix are inspired by classic circuits that get modified and developed further. On the other hand they are also working on complete new designs with new functionality. AQA Elektrix put their focus on musicality and fidelity. Last but not least, the modules are manufactured locally or as they put it: „Made and Loved in Berlin”.

We started Audio Damage in 2002 to bring creative and experimental tools to musicians, built and coded in the United States, with the highest quality parts and workmanship.

Birdkids is an Austrian company and record label based in Vienna 
which designs and manufactures electronic musical instruments.

Maker of Eurorack Synth Modules and Accessories

Blue Lantern Modules is a small company based in Phoenix Arizona, USA. We manufacture Euro Format Modules for public usage. Like many other synthesizer manufactures out there we started out in electronics solely as a hobby. We setup shop in 2009.  Blue Lantern Modules does full in house surface mount assembly, hardware assembly, and product distribution, all in the US of A.

That Vintage Sound

While many people love the sound of vintage gear, much of the new crop of gear promising to recreate the full, rich sound of synths of the 60’s and 70’s has tried to do it with contemporary components and modern replacement parts. This may lead to a lower price and easier sourcing on the production side, but often at the cost of compromised sound quality and functionality.
At bubblesound we feel a little differently. We believe that the easiest and surest way to get that sound of the past is to use the original components, op-amps and transistors from the 60’s and 70’s. Much of the character of synths like the Oberheim SEM, ARP 2600 and the Korg MS-20 came from qualities of specific parts used in the original designs which is lost when one subsitutes modern parts for the originals.
While this design philosophy seems to fly in the face of the belief that low noise and presission preformance are the goals of instrument design, we believe this is the only way to achieve the same full and rich sound of the classic synths. Many of our designs are based on classics, expanded and unleashed in ways that we feel fully realize their potential, while preserving their character and sound.

Cable Puppy provides the freedom to connect your modules in your Eurorack modular system with high quality nylon braided cables in various beautiful colors

The story begins in the 1970s when we developed our first analogue synth. It was made to order for a musician and given the name SYNTHRA. When digital synthesizers hit the market, we believed that the day of the analogue synthesizer was over. As a result, it was to be many years before we built another synthesizer. In the meanwhile, we devoted ourselves to developing industrial electronics.

DSI is helmed by legendary instrument designer and Grammy-winner Dave Smith, the original founder of Sequential Circuits in the mid-70s. Dave designed the Prophet-5, the world’s first fully-programmable polyphonic synth—and the first musical instrument with an embedded microprocessor.

Dave is generally known as the driving force behind the generation of the MIDI specification in 1981. It was Dave, in fact, who coined the acronym. In 1987 he was named a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) for his continuing work in the area of music synthesis. After Sequential, Dave was President of DSD, Inc, an R&D division of Yamaha, where he worked on physical modeling synthesis and software synthesizer concepts. He then started the Korg R&D group in California, producing the Wavestation products and other technology.

He took over as President at Seer Systems and developed the first soft synth for Intel in 1994, followed by the first fully professional soft synth, Reality, released in 1997.

Realizing the limitations of software, Dave returned to hardware and started Dave Smith Instruments, which released the Evolver hybrid analog/digital synthesizer in 2002. Since then the DSI product lineup has grown to include the Prophet-6, OB-6, Pro 2, Prophet 12, and Prophet ’08 synthesizers, as well as the Tempest drum machine, co-designed with friend and fellow electronic instrument designer Roger Linn.

The story of Dave Jones Design starts in 1985 when the company was formed under the name of Designlab. This company was started by Dave Jones to manufacture and market a series of image processing machines that he had developed. These machines were both analog and digital video devices designed to be used by artists to create video tapes or to do live video performances.