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News Moog Music Werkstatt-Ø1: Moogfest 2014 Kit

Analog Synth Rack/Sound Module from Moog Music

Public price: $329 incl. VAT

The new Werkstatt-Ø1 is a special limited edition of a single oscillator analog synth created during the workshops at Moogfest 2014.

The Moog Werkstatt-Ø1 is a patchable and compact single analog synthesizer available as a DIY no-soldering kit, so you can get at a very affordable price the classic Moog circuits and if desired, you can study the analog circuits.

Features:

  • Single VCO with frequency control (8Hz – 16kHz), saw and square waveforms with square pulse width modulation
  • Envelope or LFO selectable Mod Source that can be assigned to PWM or Pitch with amount control
  • Classic 4-pole Moog Ladder Filter with resonance (20Hz – 20kHz), polarity switch and amount knob to control the filter cutoff modulation and select between Enveloper generator and LFO as a Mod source
  • LFO with square and triangle wave shapes and rate control (2Hz – 600Hz)
  • VCA/Amp : select between Envelope Generator or ON (Drone)
  • Envelopes with controls for attack and decay time with sustain on / off switch
  • Keyboard section with One octave legato and glide control
  • Patchbay : VCA In, VCF In, VCO Linear FM In, VCP Exponential FM In, LFO VC In, VCF Audio In, 2x KG CV Out, 2 Trig Out, 2 Gate out, 2 EG Out, 2 LFO Out, 2 VCF Out and 2 VCO Out
  • Audio output
  • Power: 12V DC center positive with wall transformer

The price of the Moog Werkstatt-Ø1 Moogfest 2014 Kit is $329. Due to the limited quantities, the Moog Werkstatt-Ø1 is available only at selected retailers in the US. Visit www.moogmusic.com for further details.

 

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