We all love modular synthesizers

There are a few things that we hope you’ll do around here:

  • Other members would love to know who you are, so please start by introducing yourself in our welcome topic: The one module for a deserted island.

  • Your participation counts. Don’t be afraid to ask “stupid questions”. Someone else will learn from every stupid question that you’ve asked.

  • This is your platform to share knowledge. If you know a lot about certain topics, write a tutorial or start a wiki. There is strength in numbers, and we hope to become a place where people find answers even without asking.

  • If you have any questions about how things should work here, come to Knobs’ Kitchen and let’s discuss!

Rules of Engagement

This community has been created by artists for other artists, so we don’t want to impose too many restrictions. Here’s what we think is essential:

  • Use positive, encouraging, and helpful language.
  • Treat every interaction as if it were face-to-face.
  • Don’t let anyone feel stupid or unwelcome.
  • Even when you disagree, be constructive and respectful to each other.
  • No spam
  • No explicit, offensive or illegal content

Tools we’d like you to use

Our forum relies on moderation by community. Here are some tools which make it possible.

  • Like it :heart:
    If you like a post or agree with something, rather than posting “+1” or “agreed”, click the heart at the bottom of the post. Not only will you express your approval, but you’ll contribute to improving the other member’s trust level.

  • Mark a solution :white_check_mark:
    If someone’s reply fully answers a topic’s main question, click the checkmark button at the bottom of the post. This will attach the answer to the original question (topic’s first post), making it easier to find for everybody.

  • Flag a problem :black_flag:
    If a post is flagged as inappropriate by more than one person (of Trust Level 1 or above), the post is automatically hidden and a friendly private message is sent to the author of the post.

  • Reply as a Linked Topic
    Rather than taking an existing topic in a radically different direction, use Reply as a Linked Topic (the top left button in the editing window).


Terms of Service

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