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Moog Werkstatt 01 Eurorack Module
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Author Moog Werkstatt 01 Eurorack Module
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***Update***

Reworked this mod to fit more inline with the existing Moog Eurorack aesthetic.




***Original Post***

Well, you knew someone was going to do it. So I guess that would be me.







Youtube:
http://youtu.be/pIApZ31-VUM

Went kinda crazy with the details, but I guess that is to be expected.
Mercutio
DIY or Moog new unit ?

Interresting anyway !
r1n9o
Brilliant!
ikkini
SlayerBadger!
windspirit
Seriously considering doing this, looks like a custom panel tho
kuxaan-sum
Sounds pretty killer....AND that ten turn pot = HolyShit!!!
DSC
Thanks guys, I guess it just made a lot of sense to me.
I have more pics and advice if anyone heads down this path. Pretty self explanatory, but there were a couple of hang ups.
windspirit
Maybe you should do like a little instruction thingy? Also did you get that panel custom made? I bet we could get a group buy together for something like that. Even getting 10 people would make a difference
sonicmayhem
OMG! I want this NOW!!!!!!!
sonicmayhem
And yes, share a bit more detail on how you create such a beauty!! Come on man, sharing is carrringggg wink)
windspirit
Does it use a unipolar supply? I was thinking about this today and would almost rather have it as a standalone unit but with 3.5mm jacks instead of those wire jumoers as a patchbay and save precious hp.
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Yes unipolar supply. Pull from the +12V rail. It is a bit power hungry. I have not taken actual meter reading's, but it has to be over 500mA. Here is a shot from behind the panel. Adding the ten turn pot was a bit of a challenge as you can see. I had to move the cap for the -9V rail and flip it to the other side. the two trim pots below the power connector are for the +/- octave switch. Essentially giving you the ability to trim both. The additional TL074 is to boost up the outs and also for voltage followers for the raw pulse and saw outs. The trimpots under the IC are for adjusting amp levels for the main outs. Power protection diodes and yeah of course you need to saw off the keyboard.



Here is one of the spare rosewood button switch caps. This was an extra one.



Details on the panel. The entire panel was made in house. I have full CNC metal capabilities as well as a full screen-printing facility in my basement. The total size is 45hp with the traditional bent flanges on the sides. I went for the original authentic look. Without those you could save 1hp and it would be 44hp. I have vector drawings of the art and panel that I am more than willing to share. I could do a run of these, but I would need a minimum of 10 pieces in order to make it worth the time. I did not powder coat the black. I used a two part black epoxy ink and added a lot of flattening powder. It can stand some abuse, but not as much as powder coat. If you know of any MU guys, you can hear it from them first hand that sometimes their panels cost more than the electronics. And for good reason. There is a lot of love in these panels.

If after all of this you guys are not scared off I can take pics of the keyboard and show you EXACTLY how and where to do surgery. Takes a bit of guts to cut into a Moog junior doctors, but with a little direction it is easy to do. Learned a lot of by doing this too. FYI these are four layer PCB's! Two ground planes. That is part of the secret for such a low noise floor. Special attention has to be given to the cut after you make it. I can go into more detail, but I have a feeling I will be hearing crickets after this post, but maybe not.

hihi
sonicmayhem
haha awesome! Not scared!

Should be easy to get more then 10 orders in. Count me in for sure!!!
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sonicmayhem wrote:
haha awesome! Not scared!

Should be easy to get more then 10 orders in. Count me in for sure!!!


That's encouraging. If you look at the total HP and then realize what you are getting for that HP. VCO, VCF(Classic ladder filter), VCA and envelope I think it is worth it. Plus for the most part you really don't need to do a whole lot of diode protection as this was built with +/-9V in mind, so pretty safe. You of course could add diodes if you are extremely anal and I could help those who wanted too.

Really I also can't deal with another small electronic synth box. No I mean literally. It feels like the Tribbles episode from the original Star Trek series. The trouble with Tribbles, look it up and tell me that's not how you feel about little black boxes invading your entire desktop. If I see another little black box I am either going to rack mount it or hit it with my hockey stick....nuff said.

sonicmayhem
lol!! What about those of us who own a werkstatt but lack the know how to do this. I mean would you be down to custom build a few of those for a fee? smile
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Yeah, I'd be down to build a few. I could build six and sell four extra panels, or build four and sell the extra six panels. I would not do any more than this though. Too many demands on my time, but I really loved how this turned out and I know there are several of you guys who would love to have the original ladder filter in your rack, so I'm down. Curious to see more people respond before I get serious and calculate price. So any interest in 'build' or 'panel' only at this point? Can't really dilly dally on this though. Not sure the Werkstatt is going to hang around. I can confirm this too.
sonicmayhem
I would be def be interested in a full build. I suppose i 'could' do it myself but alas you seem to know your shit so heh, why not! Make it worth your time and everyone wins. smile Just remember to put me on the top of your list, haha! wink
biologik
Yes! I don't think I'd cut into this baby myself, but I'd be happy to mail mine to you for some euroracking TLC! grin
windspirit
Id love a panel, i own a hacksaw so ill build it myself Dead Banana
ben_hex
Is the vco exp input 1v/oct?

What are we talking for a full build all in?
sonicmayhem
I dont think there is a price yet. I just asked him like 3 hours ago....
ben_hex
I know there isn't sonicmayhem. Just asking to show my interest. As that revolves completely around the price for me. thumbs up
sonicmayhem
Yep. I think its so awesome! I'd gladly pay up for this. smile Rockin' Banana! nanners
r1n9o
I'd pay just to have it documented! Great work, worth spreading the knowledge!
applause
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Thank you for the nice comments.

As far as the DIY possibility, I'm a little concerned no one has inquired to more detail about the switch caps. These are not just decorative. There is method to my madness. Once you de-solder the existing plastic shaft pots and replace with all metal shaft Alps pots you raise the panel from the PCB by a full eighth of an inch. Rendering no access to the slide switches. I decided on a creative and aesthetic approach to this problem by carving them out of rosewood. I say carving as opposed to cutting, because you can't cut rosewood. In my experience it is harder than aluminum. I needed a very dense hardwood that could stand up to the rigors of constant finger use. Also Rosewood becomes softer to the touch with more use. Think fret-boards of guitars. These are generally made with rosewood.

So for a DIY option I would need to provide the panel and the switch caps. Based on time to build these I'm estimating the cost for just this would be around $200.00. Realize there is a little fitting work that will need to be done as these would be rough cut rosewood caps and you may need to do some light sanding to achieve a perfect fit and feel.

I know there is a lot going on here, but there was reasoning for it.
sonicmayhem
Seems like a fair price.

What about a full build? (given that people would ship you their werkstatt). smile
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I appreciate your persistence sonicmayhem, I, like you don't give up easily 8_) Right now it is hard to say based on the fact I don't know how many I would be building, but I don't like hedging either, so if I only build one than I would charge $600.00 if you provide the Werkstatt. If I build 4 of them I could reduce that to $500.00 each provided you send me the Werkstatt's. I calculated that I spent four full days building this first one and might be able to get it down to three now that I know what I am doing. This opportunity will only happen once. After that I will be moving on. I realize this will price many people out, but there is a lot of love put into this project.

Now we will see who is still interested.

Anyway, I hope more of you will tinker and play with the Werkstatt from Moog. It is a rare opportunity a large company would even put resources toward a 'DIY' project at a fair price. Most of us would not be comfortable tearing into one of their other products and modifying them in any way, but at $329.00 it starts to enter in the realm of possibility and possibilities. Thank you Moog for making learning your technology fun and less formidable. I look forward to learning more. screaming goo yo
sonicmayhem
Haha well...its fun to have something unique in your rack that not everyone can buy. So I would totally be fine with $500. Lets see who else is interested. I know this issn't maybe why you posted here but if you make it 'official' that you would do a few builds, i can spread the word a bit (Twitter etc)...im sure there are at least 5-10 people would be interested. (looking at you, Richard Devine) wink
ben_hex
How much is a unit for you in the USA? Is that the mentioned $329? So talking $829 if there's enough interest?
GGW
I think there's a little market for an ebook tutorial on this. I wonder if greyscale might make a panel?
ben_hex
EDIT - wrong thread I replied in d'oh!
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sonicmayhem wrote:
Lets see who else is interested. I know this issn't maybe why you posted here but if you make it 'official' that you would do a few builds, i can spread the word a bit (Twitter etc)...im sure there are at least 5-10 people would be interested. (looking at you, Richard Devine) wink


I was a little reluctant at first because of the amount of work, but I would like to build between 4 and 6 units, so I can put the word out too and see who is interested. Thank you for the interest and the help spreading the word.
windspirit
Honestly i think the switch caps are great and i would be lucky to have a synth with them in it but from a financial perspective I would rather just have a hole drilled for a board mount toggle switch rather than a slot for a boardmount switch. In another time i will be able to pay someone to carve wooden switch caps for me smile.

Of course if I am insulting your craftsmanship or if you think that would cheapen the process somehow I can just go With an FPE panel.
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windspirit wrote:
Honestly i think the switch caps are great and i would be lucky to have a synth with them in it but from a financial perspective I would rather just have a hole drilled for a board mount toggle switch rather than a slot for a boardmount switch.


I understand. Honestly when I built this I did not do so thinking I was going to make but the one, so I went a little more creative than I normally would. That being said I can see others wanting a more affordable solution, so if you just wanted to leave the existing plastic stem pots you would have no problem getting greyscale to do a run of panels that would work no problem. If you want you can use this thread to promote this lower priced option. I am more than willing to get the art work to greyscale and see if he would be interested.
kuxaan-sum
I almost wish this had more wood.

Is there anything to be had/made as a separate module with the remaining keyboard you removed?
moogboy
I'm hella interested in a build doc for this. What you've created is absolutely fucking spectacular. I'd definitely buy a panel for it (just so long as it's an even number of HP). 'twould be a good challenge for my DIY skills to go through the build myself, which is the only reason I wouldn't employ your services.
sempervirent
DSC, that is super nice. You totally nailed the aesthetics, even down to using a bit of wood like the Foogers. Why wait for Moog to make modules? (Although I have to say, when I clicked on this thread I was expecting to see their official announcement.)
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Thanks sempervirent, that means a lot coming from you, because I know you have seen you share of panels over the years.

moogboy, we will see how popular this is. If it is enough, I will commit more time to this.

kuxaan-sum, yeah I really wanted more wood texture too. That is why in my rack I put it close to the edge where more wood texture is.

Captain77
screaming goo yo
Definitely a MUST HAVE!!!
I really don't understand the reason why MOOG doesn't step in the euro world... seriously, i just don't get it
DSC
Ok fellas.
I'm closing in on the last stuff I have on my work bench. I have standing orders for three of these so far. Not sure if any of you are still interested.
Please PM me and let me know.

This goes for panel with caps and completed modules.
I won't have costs nailed down to a tee until I have an exact number of units I am to produce, but I am close to the numbers I already mentioned. Please let me know in the next two weeks.

Thank you,

Chris
freestylemovement
i really love what you've done.
if i were into carving my own switches, would the price be any better for getting the parts?
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Seems there is interest in a plain panel for this one too. Basically hack off the keyboard and insert keeping the plastic stemmed pots and eliminating the need for switch caps. I can work on this version too if there is interest.

For the 'high end' I have made a couple of design tweaks. I plan on not having the flanges on the sides of the panel saving 1 HP bringing the total size to 44HP. That would also be the size of the panel above too. I also plan on having the EG out to be a voltage followed source of the currently selected envelope. That fills out all of the op amps of the TL074 IC. I also will use the regular 1 turn pot in it's original location and eliminate the +/- octave switch. This will save time and costs.

I plan to start cutting panels in the next two weeks. I will update this thread with more info. Please let me know ASAP if you want a 'regular' panel.
lintfresh
Brilliant work!!
ThecureForSin
DSC wrote:
Seems there is interest in a plain panel for this one too. Basically hack off the keyboard and insert keeping the plastic stemmed pots and eliminating the need for switch caps. I can work on this version too if there is interest.


I would be interested in something like this. While you have nice wood, it seems like too much work for that 10-turn pot. The octave switch is a nice addition and all the 3.5mm jacks of course.

This may also be something worth sharing in the DIY forum. I don't know if all those guys check here too smile
realshafer
Looks great!
stereonoss
HI, i am fun of moog stuff and this module ))) looks great!!! Awesome! thank you for this idea...
sonicmayhem
Whatever happened to this? Did you end you building a few for some people?
DSC
Too few committed. I ended up with two people who were serious and after re-doing the numbers I really needed six to make it worth doing for all vested parties. It might garner more interest now that Moog has put more muscle behind it 8_)
sonicmayhem
Surely understand that you'd need to make it worth your time. Shame.

Now that Dave Smith entered the Euro world, I wonder how long Moog will wait to release something? Their Filter or delay would be an obvious choice i guess....
rediris
I'm definitely interested. Please count me in should you end up doing a run.
nnamesor
I'd definitely be interested. If you change your mind (get enough additional interest), please count me in. Thanks.
bradfromraleigh
Definitely in if you do a run - first post here. Registered specifically to post this!
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Seems there is more traction here. I will rework the numbers again. Look for an update in the first quarter of next year. Too much on my plate at the moment, but this 'module' is one of my favorites too.

If anyone else is interested, please post and then I will PM you if something ends up going down thumbs up
EDwashere
DSC - I'm not sure if you're still considering a run of these, but I would be interested in whatever gets moving.
DSC
Yes, I have not forgotten about these or the Minitaur conversion. I am working on a couple of issues and hope to release kits. Thank you for your patience. Honestly was really hoping Moog was going to have something available by now.
cereyanlimusiki
I am really interested with this project.

DSC wrote:
Yes, I have not forgotten about these or the Minitaur conversion. I am working on a couple of issues and hope to release kits. Thank you for your patience. Honestly was really hoping Moog was going to have something available by now.
NastyNachos
I looked through but didn't see a response to the question; Is the pitch input V/Oct?

This is super pretty, would like to try out myself.
tunnelsurf
zombie MY ASS IS BLEEDING

i would like a moog single voice in my euro rack.
wonder if those guys at moog will do so.

***if you gunna do a run of these hit me up im down.
mmelnick
I'm interested for sure
cereyanlimusiki
Any update or further news on this ?
DSC
Well, I can tell you kits are off the table for the Werkstatt. I tried with a single one off kit and sent it to someone and they destroyed their main pcb when trying to cut the keyboard off. I can perform the mods, but you will have to send it to me. PM me if you are interested.

The modification to the pcb of the Minitaur is not so extensive, so I am focused on that. My problem now is funding to build kits in the first place. I need about $5000 to start to build stuff in high enough quantity to bring prices down. Anyone interested in helping?
guestt
Hey DSC,

We did have some communication last year about this and somehow we lost contact, I'm definitely still interested in having my Werkstatt modded. I am happy to send you my unit and $500 smile

Still think this is one of the nicest mods I've ever seen - great work!!

Edit, I just went back through the thread and by my reckoning there are 10 of us who have expressed an interest in this now. I'm willing to trust in the good faith and honesty of fellow wigglerrs and will send payment up front if others agree to too. Perhaps send a PM to everyone who has said they want one?

smile
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Thanks Baddcr,

Yes, it has been off and on with this thread. I really was hoping to have kits, but that just requires a lot of skill for the average DIY'er. I know people want to save money, but I don't want people destroying their gear either.

I have to say you have taste, because every time I think I can get away from this module, the more I seem to reach for it! Having a complete Moog voice with audio inputs is indispensable.

In this patch I run the output into the Korg MKP2 mono input and then split the left and right outs. One of the outs is going to a Pole-Zero by WMD-SSF and then it goes back into the input of the Werkstatt. That sound is so incredible that I will sit and just play with that combo for hours. And I have plenty of other options, that is what the second pic will illustrate, so that tells you how much I love this combo. These pics were taken today!

Serious inquires please just email me directly.
chris@blarsky.com


guestt
Absolutely, never been a big fan of the Moog stuff, simply because it never fitted with who I am or what I do, never liked keyboards,,, mumble mumble.... but the Werkstatt is amazing and fits 100%, having it in the EuroRack like this is far too good... take my money will be worth every cent love

I'll email directly, hopefully we can get this going smile

p.s. wicked setup you have there thumbs up
rediris
I'm still interested too.
guestt
Hey Rediris,

Better to contact Chris directly via the email provided if you're making a serious commitment thumbs up
rediris
A friend of mine who recently took a werkstatt workshop said Moog will be dropping the price of the unit in August/September. I'll try to get more details/confirmation.
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Thank you rediris for that info.
This might be prudent to wait a little longer for some of you.
If you already have a Werkstatt though, that won't matter to much to you.
I hope to have my schedule cleared out more in the next few weeks.
I will start contacting people in the next few weeks who I had on my list.
I will advise them that if they were going to buy a Werkstatt that it might be prudent to wait for retail prices to come down or see if they can acquire a used one in the BST forum.
rediris
FYI: https://www.jrrshop.com/moog-werkstatt-01

Looks like the Werkstatt has dropped to $199, at least here. applause
DSC
Yep, looks like Perfect Circuit Audio has done the same.
I bet when these are gone, there will NOT be another batch!

Progress has been slower than I would like on my end.
I am close to having my powdercoating ability ready to go, but I am still
fine tuning it. I want these to have the exact same look and feel as the original Moog panels. I will not leave the silver ends, but having the same powdercoat texture is necessary imho.

I also have been dealing with a few health issues so that is slowing me down a bit. Right now I am aiming for the end of the year for both Minataur and Werkstatt's, thank you for your patience.

suckspit
so its official.

"Mother32 is an all-in-one #eurorack synth voice with 32 audio & cv jacks & built-in step sequencer, priced at $599."
http://www.synthtopia.com/content/2015/09/12/moog-going-eurorack-with- mother32-modular-synthesizer/
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Excellent, that takes the pressure off of me!
I imagine even used that will put it at $475.00 or so, so everybody can go buy one of these if they want Moog in their rack.
I wish Moog the best success and all I can say is:

IT's ABOUT FUCKING TIME!!!!!!!
guestt
Yep fair enough - I'll take that as a release from our gentleman's agreement there DSC!

I'd still stand by it if that was how it went, but this is probably going to be easier for everyone and if the number of patch points is anything to go by Mother32 is going to be quite amazing!

I must admit to feeling slightly sad that I won't ever see your mod in my rack though - it is still one of the best mods ever - hey ho - such is life smile
h4ndcrafted
tunnelsurf wrote:
zombie MY ASS IS BLEEDING

i would like a moog single voice in my euro rack.
wonder if those guys at moog will do so.

***if you gunna do a run of these hit me up im down.


Your wish has come true !
ben_hex
h4ndcrafted wrote:
tunnelsurf wrote:
zombie MY ASS IS BLEEDING

i would like a moog single voice in my euro rack.
wonder if those guys at moog will do so.

***if you gunna do a run of these hit me up im down.


Your wish has come true !


You guys seen the Konbcon news? screaming goo yo screaming goo yo
h4ndcrafted
ben_hex wrote:
h4ndcrafted wrote:
tunnelsurf wrote:
zombie MY ASS IS BLEEDING

i would like a moog single voice in my euro rack.
wonder if those guys at moog will do so.

***if you gunna do a run of these hit me up im down.


Your wish has come true !


You guys seen the Konbcon news? screaming goo yo screaming goo yo


Indeed! That is what I was referring to MY ASS IS BLEEDING
tunnelsurf
h4ndcrafted wrote:
ben_hex wrote:
h4ndcrafted wrote:
tunnelsurf wrote:
zombie MY ASS IS BLEEDING

i would like a moog single voice in my euro rack.
wonder if those guys at moog will do so.

***if you gunna do a run of these hit me up im down.


Your wish has come true !


You guys seen the Konbcon news? screaming goo yo screaming goo yo


Indeed! That is what I was referring to MY ASS IS BLEEDING



MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING MY ASS IS BLEEDING
we are going to need a mop!!!! w00t
rediris
I know news of the Mother32 has everyone on the edge of their seats, but if folks are still looking for a low price Werkstatt, check this:

https://www.massdrop.com/buy/moog-werkstatt-diy-synth
Djumpmonkey
DSC do those knobs fit over the factory pots or did you install your own pots for this build?
DSC
De-soldered the crappy plastic ones and replaced with high quality Alps solid metal shaft ones! First thing I did!
mrboni
Are there any more of these available?


smile
ratch
Ha I have a werkstatt sitting around. How much / how long to do a conversion!?
codewizard58
So the D/A latch is still there? So you could make it midi quite easily.
Djkemmer
I have come to bring this back from the dead. I would love this as a kit for DIY. I know everyone has moved on after the mother drop. But I still love this.
DSC
I love this too and I appreciate your enthusiasm, here is where the DIY part of the kit usually fails. You have to use a bandsaw and cut off the keyboard!

Anyone interested in some small cheap Moog Keyboard's? I have plenty to spare!

Djkemmer
What is lost by cutting that off? Isn't the patch point you need to get a proper cv there?
Djkemmer
I guess what I am asking.. What are the dangers of that cut? How did it go wrong for others?
Djkemmer
Gate cv is what I was talking about.
Supervillain
You spoted my problem!

I've cut my pcb, everything works fine but i'm not sure how to wire my gate IN now...
Thinking about R60?
But can i use the same circuit than the usual gate in mod?

the "use the gate out as a gate in" trick don't seems to work for me
e3p0
A basic walk through for your process would be awesome. I would rather a modded werkstatt than a mother 32 for myself.

I am happy to bandsaw one in pieces.


Did you use the cv expander or not? Thanks.
ArchdukeJFranz
Supervillain wrote:
You spoted my problem!

I've cut my pcb, everything works fine but i'm not sure how to wire my gate IN now...
Thinking about R60?
But can i use the same circuit than the usual gate in mod?

the "use the gate out as a gate in" trick don't seems to work for me


I followed the instructions at this link and it works like a charm. Only difference was that I did not use the screw for ground and instead found some ground pins using a multimeter.
Supervillain
ArchdukeJFranz wrote:
Supervillain wrote:
You spoted my problem!

I've cut my pcb, everything works fine but i'm not sure how to wire my gate IN now...
Thinking about R60?
But can i use the same circuit than the usual gate in mod?

the "use the gate out as a gate in" trick don't seems to work for me


I followed the instructions at this link and it works like a charm. Only difference was that I did not use the screw for ground and instead found some ground pins using a multimeter.


Yes, that works for regular werstatt but mine is "keyboardless"
Eagleclaw
DSC


Hey there, are the right person to talk to about a Moog Werkstatt Eurorack? Please let me know if you are still doing this or if my info is out of date, thanks!
DSC
I am currently running through all of the MoogerFoogers and converting them to euro. Yes, all of them! I will post more details about this in the next few weeks. The Minitaur kits are after that, so for me this year is already spoken for. I'm sure there are others that will gladly step in and help out in the meantime. Thank you for your interest.
midilifestyle
DSC wrote:
I am currently running through all of the MoogerFoogers and converting them to euro. Yes, all of them! I will post more details about this in the next few weeks. The Minitaur kits are after that, so for me this year is already spoken for. I'm sure there are others that will gladly step in and help out in the meantime. Thank you for your interest.


You sir, are a genius. This thread is exactly what I was searching for.
This is exactly the type of thing Moog had in mind when they put this out in the world, too.

I don't need another sequencer in my life, nor do I have the spare HP, so the mother 32 is overkill.

Now the question is whether I have the time and skill to hack a eurostatt...
Firehazrd
Where can I order anything you're doing??? Werkstatt eurorack, moogerfoogers, it's all awesome!
DSC
In a few weeks I will launch a new thread showing progress on MoogerFooger conversions and how you can order them from me.

If that was not enough on my plate, I also just recently purchased an old church out of a small town in Colorado and I am in the process of converting it to a recording studio! The church is a 100 years old and the acoustics are amazing!!! It's been a ton of work, but this is a dream come true thumbs up
DSC
Reworked this mod to fit more inline with the existing Moog Eurorack aesthetic.


NoLegs
That's REALLY cool.
Lsd911
Oh man that's so good.
Andrewjay
I'm interested! I have a werkstatt already, any room for DIY?
DSC
These can be a lot of fun to convert!
There are lots of steps and some of them are very tricky!!! Since Moog has reduced the price of these it makes it easy for DIY’ers to give it a shot to convert without a lot of money tied up in 'modding a Moog"!

I am currently up to my eyeballs in converting over MoogerFoogers and I have the Moog Minitaur conversion kits to jump on too. (Which I plan to have ready in October)

But maybe others can chime to help.
Djkemmer
Supervillain did you ever find the spot for cv input? I don't intend on doing this soon, but I do intend on doing it. I would like as much info as I can get before I do.
CTRL-S
Man this is really amazing work. applause
I'd love to have mine converted like this, if there's still any possibility grin
mmelnick
I'd pay to have mine converted as well.
DSC
Yep, I feel you, that's the only way I could use mine now. And it gets used all the time. Wish Moog would just release it proper as a module. It's too crazy to mod.
janzrimec@gmail.com
Awesome DSC! thumbs up applause
So would it be possible to get such a panel made?
kid_kozmoz
I would be in for a panel!
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