JoranalogueMix 3 3+1 Channel Voltage Controlled Audio Mixer
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Joranalogue Mix 3
The Mix 3 is a combination of four VCAs housed inside a compact 6HP configuration. It boasts high-end signal paths that afford low noise and wide headroom. Each of its three primary channels is configured for exponential response, though they are also DC-coupled, meaning they can also process CV signals.
A singular feature of the Mix 3 are its three CV inputs, which provide voltage control over the input signal levels. Even better, users can jettison their sound beyond unity gain and up to +20dB! Whenever something is patched into a CV in, the corresponding knob acts as a CV attenuator. It can also be pushed to clipping, which yields a gloriously overdriven sound and enables the module to function as a triple voltage controlled distortion processor.
Mix 3 Features
- Analogue audio signal mixer with three high-end DC-coupled voltage controlled channels
- Control knobs become attenuators when CV inputs are used
- Symmetrical clipping yields pure distortion tone
- White indicator LEDs with audio response for quick signal identification
- Additional 'D' direct unity gain inverting input
- Jumper allows selection between standard or lowered (−20 dB) output level, for direct connection to line inputs
- Precision-milled 2 mm anodised aluminium front panel with high-resolution, non-erasable graphics
- Bullet-proof design: polarised power header and MOSFET protection circuit
- Includes 16-to-10-pin Eurorack power ribbon cable
- Premium mounting hardware: black screws, black nylon washers and matching hex key
- High-quality components and assembly; designed and made in Belgium
Maximum Current Draw:
- +12 V: 30 mA
- −12 V: 25 mA
- Reverse polarity (MOSFET)
- All inputs: 100 kΩ Output: 0 Ω (compensated)
- Unity Gain Error: 0.5 dB maximum
- 36 kHz (−1 dB)
- 128.5 x 30 x 43 mm (H x W x D)
Joranalogue's unique approach to synthesizer design leaves a lot open to the performer's imagination. Rather than building straightforward, conventional sound sources, controllers, or processors, they instead make highly multi-functional modules that can cover a lot of different ground in any given patch. While that can be inspiring for some, it might be intimidating for others...but luckily, Boris is here to show us the way.
In this demo, Boris shows how a number of their modules can interact to create everything from evolving sound design to high-controlled rhythms and beyond. If you're into super powerful, performable modular synths—and hey, who isn't?—then you're gonna want to take a long hard look at what Joranalogue is doing.