In the fine snap-together tradition of Lego and the like, Molecule Synth presents six-sided (that’s…hexagonal), transparent chunks of electronics for you to custom assemble in modular fashion into digital musical gear. It’s all in the way of experimentation and learning, kinda like a chemistry set for electronic audio, that’s easy to hack as well if the spirit moves you. Five types of module are color-coded for easy mix’n’match assembly: audio in/out, sound generator, tactile controller, filters & effects, and computer control—snap together, say, a red, a yellow and a purple and you’ve got a musical instrument! Play with the various controllers, or plug in a regular MIDI keyboard, the choice is yours. This cool kit approach to sound building is funding now on Kickstarter, and already well over the goal with nearly three weeks to go. Excellent!