What a useful module! Bringing this over to the eurorack world was a no brainer, because in the eurorack world an envelope and voltage follower are almost standard fare!
Ok, yes, I have converted these before, but not in the same aesthetic of Moog’s current eurorack line. I was able shave off a few HP’s too making it smaller than the original conversion. These custom conversions are leading to somewhere right? More coming soon 😀
Original Manufacturer’s website page HERE!
I was really hoping that Moog would have been putting out more eurorack modules in this last year. Maybe this will inspire them! Here I am converting over their MoogerFooger guitar pedals to eurorack. Since Moog has picked a eurorack aesthetic, with the Mother 32 module, it was a ‘no brainer’ to make these follow suit. I am working on the rest of them so stay tuned for more!
Demand for Moog euro is growing. Here is a converted MoogerFooger I just finished. These Moog guitar pedals can be converted to fit into the euro format, but there is some real effort in doing so. However this has to be the creamiest filter I have ever heard, so the effort is justified:) I might do a run of these conversions. Up next, possibly the MF-103 Phaser. If it sounds as good as the filter than again the effort is justified:)
Well you knew someone was going to do it. I guess that would be me. Really wanted Moog in my eurorack for a while. When I saw the Werkstatt I knew it was my chance. Made several changes to the Werkstatt. Changed out the single turn VCO pot for a ten turn pot. Added a +/- octave button. Since removing the keyboard the Envelope had no trigger source, so I added two inputs for that. Hand carved rosewood switch caps because when I think of Moog, I think of black and wood. The VCO’s sound great, but the filter is the reason I did this. I am now a happy Moog filter tweaker:)
I’m working on doing a small run of these. Please check this thread and let me know if you are interested.