If you have a good midi controller, the tactility problem is solved. The idea of a blind person finding their way around a huge Eurorack setup is rediculous. There are many things that are much faster with a virtual rack, like loading a different patch, and there is no real reason why software can't be as unpredictable as hardwear.bxbrkrz wrote: ↑17 Jul 2018The interaction with a modular system is very hands on and very visual, but you could be legally blind and fully control a modular system without much help after a while. As long as you have to patch with a mouse a physical modular system will always be faster and/or unpredictable in a fun way. Instead of somebody missing the proverbial boat, I see two worlds working great together, especially for sound design. It's a plus, not a minus.
When you say "it's a plus not a minus" what are you referring to?