Major switching going on at Apocalypse Control Room!
I decided to plunge into the modular abbyss, or should I say labyrynth?
Although it has been tempting for many years, I was always relunctant to actually set the step and do it. Mainly because I dont like having 3 zillion cables laying around and I dont like getting tangled up like a VietCong boodytrap in a maze of wires.
After looking around a bit I narrowed the choice down to 3 brands:
2. Buchla 200e series
3. Serge Shoppanels and M-Class panels.
But lucky me, those are also the most obscure and expensive ones lol...But Hell, we dont take 2nd grade stuff into the studio anymore :P
I decided to go Wiard 300, mainly because the patchpoints are all below on the frontplates, so I dont clutter myself up in the wiring and patching and tweaking...The fact, that most of the modules are dual, and many patchpoints on each of em, makes them very versitle and compact. In fact, all things considered, they arent that expensive when you know whats combined in one module alone.
This is a quick demo of it:
zSHARE - Eno-wokkel-Septic MP3.mp3
This demonstrates the Wogglebug into a Moog Voyager with some S&H and Pitch modulation.
Each Wiard 300 series Woggelbug has the following building blocks:
2 x LFO
4 x S&H
4 x Lag Processor
2 x RingMod
Clockrate and Step inputs for each of the Woggles, remember, 2 are in the module
Each Woggle-circuit has: (WOG 1 WOG 2)
Besides that the global module has 2 RM outputs called Childtone 3 and 4, and they can be tweaked further more via the clustering controls or by inputing CV in Disturb CV1 and or CV2 input.....
Now I am looking for more of em, dont hesitate to mail or contact me if you see any up for sale :P