ESSENTIAL MIXER BUNDLE
Four essential signal mixer modules.
CP3 MIXER 1.0:
The CP3 MIXER block has two varied functions:
The primary circuit is a 4 x 1 mixer with positive and negative outputs and a maximum gain of two. This mixer can combine both AC and/or DC signals.
The second series of functions are four signal routing switches wich connect the incoming control signals from keyboard, sequencer or other controller units to the frequency control input of associated oscillator drivers. The fourth input switch has an attenuator control.
CV MIXER 1.0:
Four signal routing switches connecting the incoming control signals from keyboard, sequencer or other controller units to the frequency control input of associated oscillator drivers. The fourth input switch has an attenuator control.
T-D&ENV MIXER 1.0:
The T-D&ENV MIXER is simply a patch panel for the three Envelope Generators, three VCAs, and the Trigger Delay modules.
The T-D&ENV MIXER Block is a signal routing module for Trigger/Gate signals coming from one or two controllers. Switches labelled "FROM 1" or "FROM 2" at the top of the panel connect the controller trigger/gate outputs (when on) to the Trigger Delay. The lower three left hand column switches route the trigger/gate signal as follows: 'IN' switch - to left Envelope with no delay, 'TOP' switch - to center Envelope with delay set by top Trigger Delay delay unit (if any), 'BOT.' (bottom) switch - to the right the Envelope with delay set by the bottom Trigger Delay (if any). The right hand green switches connect the modulate signals from the Envelopes to their respective Amplifiers: Left to left, center to center, right to right. Any of these routes may be connected at the same time.
Attenuators reduce the gain or amplitude of any applied input signal, control or audio. Moving clockwise from zero gain to unity with input, these attenuators can be used for reducing the effect of a control upon a 'voltage' controlled module, providing up to three variable outputs from a single source input or reducing the gain of an entire signal complex.
The 'Sum' output is an addition to the original designe. It is the summing of the three attenuated signals.