CONTROL AND SIGNAL ROUTER
The Model 210e Control and Signal Router directs the routing of up to eight control voltages and eight audio signals. The two sections function independently.
Originally conceived of as an aid to store and retrieve patch routings, the 210e evolved into a module with some additional capabilities.
In the control voltage section, each of five outputs can be connected to any one of eight inputs. (This is the functional replacement for a bunch of patchcords.) If more than one input is routed to a single output, the result is averaged.
Similarly, the signal routing section allows connection of each of five outputs to any one of eight inputs (patchcord emulation). Additionally, this section provides the possibility for matrix mixing, in which an output can respond to multiple inputs, with each connection independently scalable.
All 210e settings can be stored and retrieved under the direction of the model 225e or 206e preset manager, thus enabling the re-routing of signals for each preset.
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