I am a technically (electronics) trained person and became fascinated with Synthesizer music and synthesizers early (late 70s). As a result of this fascination, a first synth was built in the early 1980s and entered the music scene in the mid-1980s.
This has developed into contacts in the dance scene in Belgium and a large number of own production, and I also produced a lot for other artists.
This resulted in a studio with a large number of synths, for which I do a lot of maintenance. Later also for other synth users, I did service and repair.
After a lot of years of synth maintenance and repairs, the idea arose in the late 90s to build and market a synth again. However, this has long remained in the refrigerator until a few years ago the idea surfaced again. The increasing interest in EURORACK has strengthened this. I started converting my old designs to EURORACK modules and made a first attempt with the GR series from ReBach, for which I used my 20 years old designs and are therefore very experimental (I had the refinement not in my fingers then). In addition, I then made refined designs and minimized them in function to create an affordable but good-sounding series that was called the CATCH series.
Besides the development of EURORACK modules, I also develop Synthesizer parts for repairs and restoration, as well as an extensive service in the field of synthesizer maintenance and repair.