Jacks & Knobs
A knob for manually opening the VCA. If you turn it all the way to the left when there is no CV input, the signal from VCA will be 0.
This LED shows the sign and clipping of the output signal of the 6th channel, which is the master when used as a mixer.The output signal is distorted when the clip LED is lit.
Attenuator (Amount) for VCA CV
LED for incoming CV
An LED that indicates the signal status of the CV input for each channel.
CV input for each VCA channel.
The signal input for each VCA channel.
The signal output for each VCA channel.
The outputs of the first five VCA channels are internally connected to the subsequent mix stage, and the VCA of the mix stage is the sixth VCA (SUM OUTPUT).
However, if you patch the output of each VCA channel, that channel will be detached from the mix stage.It will not be mixed with SUM OUT.When patched to the output of all 5 channels, the SUM OUT VCA can also be used as a stand-alone VCA.
When you move the cursor to the screen, the role of each part is displayed in a pop-up.
Linix is a well-routed mixer and VCA module equipped with 2164 high quality 6 linear VCA.Of course, both CV and audio can be processed.
The outputs of the first five VCA channels are internally connected to the subsequent mix stage, with the mix stage being the sixth VCA (SUM OUT).The mixed signal can also be controlled by the 5th channel VCA.However, if you patch the output of each VCA channel, that channel will be detached from the mix stage.It will not be mixed with SUM OUT.
According to this specification, each channel is one channel of the mixer or a single VCA.Two ways of use
Will be possible. The SUM OUT VCA can also be used as a stand-alone sixth VCA when patched to the outputs of all five channels.
It is very easy to understand because it also has an LED that shows the CV level of each channel, an LED that shows +/- of the master output, and an LED that shows the clipping of the master.
There is a 12-pin header on the back, Mutamix
It can be internally connected as an input signal of.