The Werkstatt-˜1: Moogfest 2014 Kit is for anyone who loves all things Moog, and for anyone else who's interested in an affordably priced synthesizer with a huge analog sound that Moog is famous for. ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Werkstatt-˜1: Moogfest 2014 Kit is for anyone who loves all things Moog, and for anyone else who's interested in an affordably priced synthesizer with a huge analog sound that Moog is famous for. Werkstatt-˜1 is a patchable and compact, one oscillator analog synthesizer, one of Moog's first synthesizers designed primarily for the education. It was originally created as a kit to be used exclusively in the "Engineering VIP" workshops at the 2014 Moogfest, an annual event that pays homage to the brilliant vision and creative spirit of Robert Moog and his amazing inventions.
Now, thanks to an unexpected amount of requests, Moog is offering the Werkstatt-˜1 in a non-soldering version that is ideal for young electronic musicians as a first analog synthesizer and introduction into modular patching. Assembly is required, but it's extremely simple, and the design of the Werkstatt-˜1 also makes it ideal for those that desire to experiment with and modify analog circuits.
Since assembly is so easy, user can quickly build their very own analog synthesizer, based on some of the most classic analog Moog circuitry. Through assembly and inspired investigation, the Werkstatt-˜1 is an excellent platform for exploring the world of analog synthesizer circuits. It is a great solution for Ableton, Cubase, Logic X, and MPC users - who can use Werkstatt-˜1 to sample and create unique "analog" instruments within their DAW. A lifetime of experimentation, knob twisting, and sound design awaits.
Single VCO w/ frequency control (8Hz to 16KHz)
Saw and square waveshapes w/ control for square pulse width
Envelope or LFO selectable Mod Source that can be assigned to PWM or Pitch w/ Amount control
Ability to PWM the square wave
Classic 4-Pole Moog Ladder Filter w/ Resonance control (20Hz-20KHz)
Select between the Envelope generator and LFO as Mod Source.
Polarity switch (+/-) and amount knob for control of filter cutoff modulation
Selectable Square or Triangle waveshape w/ rate control (2Hz-600Hz)
Select between the Envelope Generator or ON (Drone)
Controls for Attack & Decay time w/ Sustain On/Off switch
One octave low-note priority legato keyboard w/ glide control
VCA Input0V to +5V in VCA EG Mode, +/-2.5V in VCA ON Mode
VCF Input-5V to +5
VCO LINEAR FM Input +/-2.5V - NOTE: this is an inverting control input
VCO EXPONENTIAL FM Input -5V to +5V, 1V/Octave trimmable
LFO CV Input 5V to +5V - NOTE: Negative CV slows LFO more than the panel
VCF AUDIO InputUnbuffered/Unmixed AC coupled input to VCF
2x KB CV Output3V/semitone from 1 keyboard - NOTE: Attenuate for 1V/Octave
2x TRIG Output 5 msec pulse, 0 to +5 V signal generated from low-note priority
2x GATE Output0 to +5V signal generated from low-note priority
2x EG Output0 to +5V signal, Simple ASD or AD type Envelope Generator
2x LFO Output -2.5 to +2.5V Triangle or Square wave, selected via LFO Switch
2x VCF Output-2V to +2 V signal for audio or CV uses
2x VCO Output0V to +5V VCO signal, wave selected by VCO Wave Switch
AUDIO Output Nominal +/-1.5V Signal
POWER+12VDC Center Positive w/ 1.2A Wall transformer
POWER CONSUMPTION 1.8 Watt AVG
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Currently, I experiment with the Werkstatt, sampling anything I like Into FL Studio. In spite of it's size, It's still very fun to play. I can definitely see someone playing with it in a live setting. I definitely lives up to the expectations I had for it. Assembly wasn't too rough. Thankfully there was no soldering to be done, but I believe it's possible to find kits where it's necessary if it is preferred. After all, I believe the Werkstatt is an excellent "first analogue synthesizer" or even if your just looking for a powerful little single oscillator monophonic synth. It does have a small patch bay (that can be upgraded to 3.5mm jacks) and the circuit board is built to be "moddable" or "upgradeable."
And the filter is sick.
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