2019 Cwejman S1 MK2

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O1B
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Post 06 May 2019

Finally!

Now shipping, FYI!

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Features

3 oscillators with seven waveforms
ring modulator
FM
sync
portamento
noise generator with three noise shapes
low pass filter with selectable 4 / 6 poles and quasi band pass mode
multi mode filter with selectable 2 to 6 poles and three modes
wide range envelope generators
master amplifier with build-in overdrive stage
LFO with seven basic waveforms and wide rate range
extensive modulation of, virtually, all synthesis parameters
build-in MIDI to CV/gate converter with 16-bit resolution
several parameters can be voltage controlled by external signals and, simultaneously, control external devices by the build-in MIDI converters voltage outputs (see Rear Panel)

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Crumbfort
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Post 07 May 2019

Oof, yeah that thing looks awesome.

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MarkTarlton
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Post 07 May 2019

and it's only 6 thousand dollars ;)

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boingy
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Post 08 May 2019

For 6 thousand dollars I'd want bigger writing.

And someone to plug in the cables for me.

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Crumbfort
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Post 08 May 2019

Heh, yeah it does look cool, but I'll admit for that kind of money I'd probably want to go for a music easel.

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O1B
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Post 09 May 2019

Just arrived today...
The Angels are with us in 2019, my Friends. I take this year one day at a time.
2020 is going to be Killer!

When I tried the VCO-6, it was Game On. Never 'felt' so much butter. The VCO-2RM ... 2 OSCs ... 'Tunable.' Even Better.
But, three VCO-6s aftermarket is the price of the S1 MK2. $3700 with Shipping. Sells for Double. Check yourself.

I do have a few pieces that sells for tons more than I paid. It beats RE fundagement. That's for sure!
How many modules/Rack Extensions do you OWN that sells for double even triple - after your done 'playing' with it?.....

Now to find that initialize patch page....
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Crumbfort
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Post 09 May 2019

Dannnnngggg, congrats!

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O1B
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Post 09 May 2019

Thanks, my man!

Filtering the Red Noise will be a thing of beauty! All noise modules are not created equal.

I'm loving that BattleShip Grey....
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Crumbfort wrote:
09 May 2019
Dannnnngggg, congrats!

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O1B
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Post 02 Jun 2019

S1 MK2 shrunk down to 56 HP... sorta....

Sweet!
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O1B
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Post 05 Jun 2019

FYI the CWEJMAN BLD-2 is in stock at Schneiderladen. Get them while they're hot!
https://www.schneidersladen.de/en/cwejm ... rator.html


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https://www.gearnews.com/cwejman-announ ... tor-bld-2/

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O1B
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Post 05 Jun 2019

Sorry! The BLD-2s are Sold out now at Schneiders.

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Post 16 Jun 2019

Cwejman VM-1 MK2

I only know of a SERGE Filter and the Make NOISE MMG that have an awesome morphing filter. No to Doepfer.
I tried the MORPHEUS. Blah... a little too warbly and digital for me.

I LOVE THE MMG!!! - but, I want the filter to be a bit more... clean.

I hope this works for me. It'll also have 2 EGs, 1 OSC, VCA, and all dat CV!

NOTE: ALL MODULATION SOURCES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL.

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The oscillator is based on circuits known from the large S1 synthesizer and the VCO-2RM module.

In total, eight waveforms are available. Besides standards, the VM-1 Mk2 offers triangle, saw and pulse waves that can be deformed via a potentiometer. – Cwejman fans may know this concept from the VCO-6 already.

A switch for choosing pulse waveforms with mostly odd or even harmonics was implemented as well. Alternatively, noise can be used as the module’s audio source. The pitch is alterable via coarse and fine tune knobs. The oscillator’s frequency range goes from 10 Hz to 22 kHz. PWM and two 1 / v per octave FM inputs with attenuators can be used to control the VCO externally. Furthermore, there is a sync connector.


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O1B
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Post 22 Jun 2019

FYI... "Big City Music" has the Cwejman BLD-2 and the VM-1s MK2 in Stock.

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