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WMD Sequential Switch Matrix

End of production
A powerful sequential switch that controls the voltage for switching between 4 in and 4 out, patching.

Format: Eurorack
Width: 16HP
Depth: 25mm
Current: 80mA @ + 12V, 32mA @ -12V
Manual pdf (English)


The Sequential Switch Matrix is ​​a unique and powerful sequential switch module that stores the routing settings (matrix) from four inputs to four outputs, and switches between different matrices with CV and gate signals.

You can switch from each input to the output with individual ON / OFF buttons, and from each output, all routing enabled input signals are added and output. Since the voltage drop and fluctuations associated with routing are suppressed as much as possible by high precision parts, 1V / Oct pitch signals can be routed without impairing the pitch. This 4X4 routing setting is called a matrix and can store 16 pieces in one bank, and are numbered 0,1,2, ... 9, A, B, .. F. The matrix in the same bank can be specified by CV or can be sequenced in sequence by the gate, allowing you to freely control the destination of the four signals and the combination method of summing. Flexible sequence settings such as various functions such as Top Matrix and CV limit are also available (for details, refer to the explanation of each button).

Examples of usage include mixing and distributing CVs that include pitch signals and triggers, and inputting audio signals to switch processing methods. All signal paths are analog. Since there are 4 inputs and outputs, it is possible to change the deployment all at once. It gives the system another level of flexibility that a normal sequencer alone cannot do.

There are four banks in total, and you can save the settings including the buttons. Saved settings are retained even when the power is turned off.
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