What does Module mean?
A device (typically hardware but can be software) that creates or processes sound.
Module is a device (typically hardware but can be software) that creates or processes sound. Modules have a self-contained group of circuits and controls. Most people refer to modules as part of a modular synthesis system, like Eurorack. Modules can include amplifiers, equalizers, effects processors, and sound modules (MIDI instruments that need to be activated by an external controller). In the digital world, plug-ins, software synths, samplers and plug-ins are also known as modules.
Example sentence: “I have a module with me.”
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