Make Noise Richter Wogglebug Random Voltage Generator
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Overview

The Make Noise Richter Wogglebug Random Voltage Generator is the ideal addition for unleashing musical chaos and summoning writhing, unpredictable soundscapes from your modular rig. Guided by the principle of synth maven Don Buchla's Model 265 "Source of Uncertainty", the Wogglebug commands seven random signals from Smooth and Stepped to Woggle and Burst with the option to operate all simultaneously with a built-in master clock. A necessity for sound experimentalists.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Richter Wogglebug
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 2010s
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Reviews for the Make Noise Richter Wogglebug Random Voltage Generator
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  • I love the Wogglebug

    Honestly, I don't particularly care for Make Noise -- there is something about them that I just can't get into. I've own a few of their modules a couple of times, and each time I wound up selling them... The Woggle Bug, is a bit different. It was developed by Grant Richter of Waird, and so it's no…

  • Tough to learn but a tamable beast

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    If random is what you seek, then Woggle is for you. I'm still learning this little bug, but first week of modulations reveal a lot of interaction within the module. Changes to a particular input are not always noticeable on the other side. The audio outputs are a bit tough to tame, but with some pr…

  • My Favorite Random CV Source

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    I had the original Wogglebug for a while and regretted selling it tremendously. Finally got this updated module, and it lives up to (and surpasses) the original as the most organic and musical random source I’ve used so far.

  • Tame, submit, excite

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    I see a lot of folks sell their Wogglebugs as used. Maybe there's no looping feature, maybe there's not this or that. Whatever THEIR reasons, I love the stochastic nature of this beast of a module. In the latest design, you can tweak random voltages just a little bit via attenuators, excite the cir…