Attenuated Nearness

Nearness with attenuators for each input

The idea is to have some number of input jacks (seven, here) mixed down to two output jacks, with each input representing a fixed pan position somewhere between the two extremes represented by the outputs. Plug a signal into the topmost input to send it entirely to the top output, the middle one to send it equally to both, etc.

Attenuated nearness builds on this original idea by adding a per input attenuator. This should give more flexibility in using this as a final or only mixing stage in small systems.

From this discussion on lines:
https://llllllll.co/t/prototyping-nearness-a-minimal-panning-mixer-module/8330

original:
https://github.com/sarnesjo/nearness

Attenuated Nearness source files
https://github.com/bmoren/attenuated-nearness

  • 25 mA +12V
  • 25 mA -12V
  • 0 mA 5V
  • 38 mm deep

Module is available as a DIY project only.

This Module is currently available.

6 HP Mixer
submitted Apr 20th 2018, 16:28 by bmoren | last Change Aug 2nd 2018, 17:47 by bmoren

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