Definitely not true for everyone. I'm a very visually-oriented person (more of a visual artist than a musician, though I trained in music first); and having that visual feedback is extremely useful to me to gauge what is going on in a particular patch. Having oscilloscopes and level modules -- such as the Paratek visualization utilities -- help a lot.mritenburg wrote: ↑Tue Apr 28, 2020 6:12 pmMy personal opinion is that the best feedback for what is going on in a patch is what is coming out of your speakers. I think anyone who has been using modular for a while develops an intuitive sense of their particular collection of modules and only need their ears to tell them what is going on in a patch.
Part of the problem with Euro is that everything is so small, and so frequently lacking in clear visual aids, makes it hard to know at a glance where things are; which is why so many people tend to play it as set-and-forget, or use external controllers with more obvious feedback.