The case is great, actually cheap compared to what the competition offers in the same price range. It comes with moving nuts for mounting the modules and screws, more than enough of each, probably more than needed. Mounting new modules after a period of time is easy because you can always remove a wood panel and slide new nuts in, even if the case is mounted on it's rack (I've already done this). The nuts are also square, not hexagonal as standard which means they slide easier and get stuck less often. The construction also permits you to attach some power modules on the inside because it has a sort of rails - probably used to mount the power and output module of the Mother 32. That is awesome.
My only beef with it is that the wood panels have a lighter color than my Mother 32 unit's panels and even slightly differ in color from each other whereas Mother's panels are pristine.
This stand surely isn't much and doesn't do a lot either, but it's design has been thoroughly thought out. Construction is sturdy and it seems really well built, also using heavy duty paint. It's easy to mount and it comes with instructions but what is really great about it is that the mounting holes are large enough that you can adjust how far apart your mother units or 60HP cases stand from each other. It's simple things like this that really make you appreciate the hard work that the people behind the product put into it.
An East Coast style voice with a 32 patch points with a fairly well featured sequencer in the Eurorack format from Moog; that is the M32. At this price point and coming from Moog i think its fair, considering that a standalone sequencer can almost reach its value in price. It can easily be the stating point to entry the Eurorack format or it could be the center of a small system if this is sort of thing you look for.
The patch points: It has all the patch points in/outs that you would expect which were already included on its predecessor the the Werkstatt 01, but it adds some that can otherwise be found in individual modules offered by several brands, for example CV MIX act as a VCA/mixer, attenuator (for audio and CV signals), fixed voltage source/offset. A MULT section is also included for sending signal to different destinations. Tempo/clock/run/reset for controlling the sequencer and the most exciting one is Assignable out, which can deliver clocks, accent, variable CV, triggers and more via midi values.
As a personal opinion, the highlight of the M32 is the sequencer which is very hands on and having the patch points away from the knobs and buttons, it makes it very comfortable to play, you always know which octave you are in and the feedback of the sequence is also very good once you get to know it. Having the Moog filter in the Eurorack format is definitely a plus for many, but i have the feeling that something changed this time when designing this filter, my ears tell me that my Werkstatt's filter delivers a better creamy bass response than the M32, even with a good amount of resonance. But at the end this just a matter of preferences.
The way i use it is next to West coast style modules so that i can get the best of each philosophy and also get all types of synthesis not only subtractive synthesis.
Moog Eurorack Case 104 HP 17"; with wood sides; up to 4.82 cm (1.9") module depth; requires separate Eurorack power module for use; compatible with Moog Mother Tier Rack Stand; incl. 16 pin to 10...
Moog Eurorack Case 60 HP 12", with wood sides, up to 4.82 cm (1.9") module depth, requires separate Eurorack power module for use, compatible with Moog Mother Tier Rack Stand
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