Here at Patchcable we love trying to patch using a small selection of modules. Its a great way to explore your modules and find new and interesting ways of making use of them. It's also a great way to show people new to modular that you don't need crazy amounts of gear to start making sounds.
So we thought we'd try out a competition to encourage others to share some patch ideas using minimal systems that make use of 3 or less modules. To keep things fair because some people might want to use stacking cables or floating mults you can use an additional multiple module that doesn't count towards the 3 module limit.
The competition will run from the 1st of September until the 30th of September
One entry per person only.
We will choose the winning entry and post the results on the 1st of October
Three modules or less (and a free multiple if you choose to). Yes you can self patch one module.
Must be an Australian resident (and your winning entry must go to an Australian postal address).
Your entry must be publicly visible either on Facebook or Instagram. Once we have your entry it will be listed on this page in the space below. If you are worried that its gotten missed just let us know.
You *must* use the hashtag #patchchallenge in your post and tag patchcable in your post.
You *must* add patch notes. These don't need to be essay length simply "Module A Output -> Module B Input" etc.
Please use modules that are available for all (DIY is fine), the concept of sharing creative ideas doesn't really work if you use unique one of a kind module prototypes that no one else has ;)
All entries will be listed here on this page for the public to see, but the contents belong to you - we won't try and take ownership of your creativity or reuse any content for future promotional materials etc without consent.
Lots of fantastic entries to our first ever competition which made it tough to choose a winner, but after much debate Daniel's entry won us over. However there were too many good ones to leave it at just one so we decided to also award prizes to the next top two entries (Morgan and Ben). Expect to see some contact from Patchcable soon!