Making a Berlin School Track with Modular

US The 5th Volt on AE Modular      05/04/24

Here we have a neat video from the 5th Volt using AE Modular to build a Berlin School Track. The video is expertly demonstrated at an easy pace, showing each element added and built upon to make an expansive electronic track with just a few elements. Find more information about the AE Modular system at Here's what they have to say: 

In this video I give a step by step tutorial on how to make a very simple track in the Berlin School style of electronic music. I'm using the Synthexplorer from tangible waves with only a few basic modules, so you should be able to follow along with pretty much any system (even Eurorack!)

00:05 Intro Track

01:08 Introduction

02:52 The Tutorial

22:42 Bonus:

The whole track All sounds from the AE Modular from tangible waves recorded using the Zoom H6 recorder and processed in Da Vinci Resolve.


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