£10.00 to £95.00 ex VAT
£12.00 to £114.00 inc VAT
PLEASE NOTE: Fitting a socket kit is a skilled job which should be undertaken only by a competent synth service engineer or fitted by us at our premises in South West London.
Moog Prodigy – filter skt only (late models)
Kit to add a filter socket to the Moog Prodigy (late models which already have Osc / S-trig inputs)
This synth already has suitable CV (osc) and Gate (s-trig) input sockets, so it is not necessary to add them.
This additional socket will enable the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter of the synth to be voltage controlled. This can be acheived using an aux output of one of our MIDI to CV converters, such as the Pro-Solo mkII, USB-Solo or Pro-2000 mkII. You can then control the filter cutoff using any continuous controller (cc) or other MIDI messages such as Aftertouch or Velocity.
The kit contains all necessary components and diagrams for connecting the wires / components, and mounting the 3.5mm mono jack socket.
Note that Kenton can also supply the 2 pin Cinch-Jones connector used for the S-trig input, either as just the plug, or as a made up lead.
Moog Prodigy – 3 skt (cv / gate / filter)(early models)
Kit to add CV, Gate & filter sockets to the Moog Prodigy. This kit is for early models which lack the Osc / S-trig inputs which are found on later models. (later models need only the 1 socket filter kit).
When used in conjunction with one of our MIDI to CV converters, such as the Pro-Solo mkII or Pro-2000 mkII, these three additional sockets will enable the synth to be played from a MIDI keyboard or MIDI sequencer.
The inputs are on 3.5mm mono jack sockets which provide the following control:
CV – provides Volt per Octave control over the oscillator frequency
Gate – controls when notes play (0 volts = note off / >3 volts = note on)
Filter – controls the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter (from aux out of converter)
The kit contains all necessary components and diagrams for connecting the wires / components, and mounting the three 3.5mm mono jack sockets.
Notes – at least 5 octaves range – (this is not limited by the kit or converter, but by the synth itself)
Pitchbend – range can be set in the converter
Modulation – from converter’s inbuilt LFO. Speed and waveshape can be changed in real time.
Portamento (slide) – rate can be changed in real time.
Filter cutoff frequency – can be controlled using any continuous MIDI controller (cc) or other MIDI message such as Aftertouch or Velocity
Low / High / Recent note priority – can be set in the converter
Single / Multiple note trigger modes – can be set in the converter
Note that Kenton can also supply the 2 pin Cinch-Jones connector used for the S-trig input, either as just a plug, or as a made up lead.