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Grant Richter founded the Wiard Synthesizer Company in 1999. The recently reintroduced 6U 300 Series modules are highly sought after, now manufactured by the new owner of the brand (as of 5 May 2010), Wessex Analogue, in England. Wiard 300 Series modules are available with Bantam (TT) or 3.5mm jacks. Currently produced modules are as follows: 321 Sequantizer, 331 Dual Envelator, 341 Classic VCO, 342 Waveform City, 352 Borg Filters, 361 Dual Mixolator, 371 Woggle Bug. Model 351, The Filter/Omni Filter was officially discontinued in 2010.
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'''Wiard'' was founded in 1999 by [[Grant Richter]] as ''Wiard Synthesizer Company''. The recently reintroduced [[6U]] 300 Series modules are highly sought after, now manufactured by the new owner of the brand (as of 5 May 2010), [[Wessex Analogue]], in England. Wiard 300 Series modules are available with [[Bantam]] (TT) or 3.5mm [[jacks]].
   
The now discontinued 1200 Series modules are based on the "Frac-rack" (3U) system. They require +/- 15v power and are calibrated 1v/octave. Connections are 1/8" mini-jacks. Some of the 1200 modules include a joystick, the Joystick Axis Generator, Noise Ring, and the Borg and Boogie Filters. <ref>(''excerpted from Doug Wellington's excellent [http://www.analognotes.com Analog Notes] site'').</ref>
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The now discontinued 1200 Series modules are based on the [[3U]] [[Frac]] system. They require +/- 15v power and are calibrated 1v/octave. Connections are 1/8" mini-jacks. Some of the 1200 modules include a joystick.<ref>[http://www.analognotes.com/ Analog Notes]</ref>
   
 
Currently, older Wiard designs are being reissued and new ones are being introduced in Eurorack format by [[Malekko]].
 
Currently, older Wiard designs are being reissued and new ones are being introduced in Eurorack format by [[Malekko]].
   
Several Wiard designs have been licensed for production by other manufacturers:
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Several Wiard designs have been licensed for production by other manufacturers.
   
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Additionally, the [[Wiard Wogglebug #3|Wogglebug #3]] design has been left available to the public by Wiard, and heavily embraced by the Synth DIY community.
[[Makenoise Wogglebug]]
 
   
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== External links ==
Additionally, the [[Wogglebug #3]] design has been left available to the public by Wiard, and heavily embraced by the Synth DIY community.
 
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* [http://www.wiard.com/ Wiard]
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* [https://www.modwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=66006 Wiard 1200 Series Info], Mod Wiggler forum
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* [http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/wiardgroup Wiard Users], Yahoo group
   
==External links==
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== References ==
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{{From Mod Wiggler Wiki|Wiard}}
[http://www.wiard.com Wiard]
 
 
==References==
 
 
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[[Category:Frac companies]]
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[[Category:Frac brands]]
[[Category:Eurorack companies]]
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[[Category:Eurorack brands]]
[[Category:6U companies]]
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[[Category:6U brands]]
[[Category:American companies]]
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[[Category:American brands]]

Latest revision as of 18:09, 24 April 2021

'Wiard was founded in 1999 by Grant Richter as Wiard Synthesizer Company. The recently reintroduced 6U 300 Series modules are highly sought after, now manufactured by the new owner of the brand (as of 5 May 2010), Wessex Analogue, in England. Wiard 300 Series modules are available with Bantam (TT) or 3.5mm jacks.

The now discontinued 1200 Series modules are based on the 3U Frac system. They require +/- 15v power and are calibrated 1v/octave. Connections are 1/8" mini-jacks. Some of the 1200 modules include a joystick.[1]

Currently, older Wiard designs are being reissued and new ones are being introduced in Eurorack format by Malekko.

Several Wiard designs have been licensed for production by other manufacturers.

Additionally, the Wogglebug #3 design has been left available to the public by Wiard, and heavily embraced by the Synth DIY community.

External links

References

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