6-channel performance mixer with EQs mutes and Pan
Hexmix System is a six channel performance mixer specially designed for Eurorack.
The system has two separate modules, the core of the mixer: Hexmix that has six channels with three band EQ, mute, pan and EQ section on the master, and Hexpander that add three auxiliar sends per channel, PFL, individual outs and balanced output.
The mixer has a strong inspiration in classical DJ mixers, providing sharp EQ’s for enhanced performance, auxilliar send for effects and individual outputs to record your performance per channel.
The unique Mute Section is a powerful tool for performances, providing a momentary mute function controlled by vactrols and adding a smooth release to the signal decay.
The system is designed to be placed in 6U, instead of the traditional 3U paradigm in Eurorack. So we will have every feature for each channel vertically as a convetional tabletop mixing deck.
This is a six channels mixer with three band EQ, vactrol mutes, pan and volume control per channel.
Inputs for every channel are located at left side of Hexmix. Each jack is normalized to a VCA Expander connection in the back, so if you have a Hexmix VCA , you will have the output of each VCA to every input. connecting a jack in any input will disconnect whatever is coming from VCA.
The signal passes through various process before being sent to the master section. All of this process are located and controlled at each Channel Strip.
The Channel Strip is divided in four basic sections, that will go in the following order: Gain, Mute, EQ and Pan.
Master section has it’s own EQ and volume control for the mix of all channels. Master EQ is software than individual channel’s and it’s meant to provide control over the final mix.
It’s possible to change output level from line to synth wit ha switch located in the back.
Available as an assembled Module and as a DIY project.
This Module is currently available.$448 submitted May 3rd 2017, 15:18 by reppiks | last Change Sep 25th, 02:31 by grey
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