List of Modules coming with the Modular Mixer v2
Channels v2: advanced effect channels (6 different modules)
- M4.dev - 4 Mono Channels
- M8.dev – 8 Mono Channels
- M12.dev – 12 Mono Channels
- S4.dev – 4 Stereo Channels
- S8.dev – 8 Stereo Channels
- S12.dev – 12 Stereo Channels
Routers: 12, 16 and 20 channels, 5 busses (14 different modules - or more exactly, 3 different modules with several variations each). The numbers in the device refer to the channels modules: for example a '4-4-8' means that the user will use 2 modules of 4 channels at the top, and one module of 8 at the bottom. 8-8 means that it is made for 2 modules of 8 channels. 'Standard' means that there is no spacer on the input pads.
Please also note that Routers with 5 bus are the best to use for large mixers (20/24 channel mixers), however, additional routers with 6 and 7 busses are available in case they fit your projects.
- R205VII-4-8-8.dev (20 channels 5 busses)
- R165VII-4-4-8.dev (16 channels 5 busses)
- R125VII-4-4-4.dev (12 channels 5 busses)
Routers with 6 and 7 busses
6 Buss System
(There is no R126 12 chan. 6 bus since there are R125 and R127)
7 Buss System
20 channels + 7 bus appears oversized for Scope Xite in most cases. They can be nice with 12 or 16 channels but 20 is a lot. Anyways, 4 'R207' variations are available as a 'gift bonus':
Master Bus: (5 modules) The master bus v2 now include 2 'x-wave' channels + 2 rec channels.
- MB 302 Fx (3 advanced fx channels, 2 aux)
- MB 502 Fx (5 advanced fx channels, 2 aux)
- Mix 502 (5 simple channels, 2 aux)
- MB 503 Fx (5 advanced Fx channels + 3 Aux)
- MB 303 Fx (3 advanced Fx channels + 3 Aux)
- Aux Merger (setereo to stereo/L/R/Merge Mono - dB).
Modulators: Connect them to input A, B, C, and D of the Channels or Master Bus devices.
A/B Switches: allow to save mixer channels by switching between audio sources (see page 14 of the manual about the use of Switches)
Modular Mixer v2 concentrates on getting the cleanest routing window possible. The following modules are made for this purpose only.
Corners and Routers: they are surface-less modules for the project window. they allow achieving better looking routing by avoiding cables overlapping devices or by setting cables angles where you need them to be (out of your sight in general)
legend: L=Left, R=Right, T=Top, B=Bottom, '=' = going to.
example: 'Doubler 2 Inputs-L=T B.dev' means 2 inputs on the left , going to outputs on the top and at the bottom of the module.
If your project routing begins to look ugly, check if there is something here that can help:
- 1 Ext Aux.dev
- 2 Aux-Aux1 Int-Aux2Ext.dev
- 2 Aux-Aux1 Int-Aux2Ext-B.dev
- 2 Ext Aux-2 Aux Return Left.dev
- 3 Ext Aux.dev
- 3 Aux - Aux1 Int- Aux 2-3 EXT.dev
Mono Routers gives 1 + 2 output to one input. Allows to get pads for easy routing of mono signals to both mono and/or stereo channel modules.
- Mono to Stereo-x1LRB.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x1LRT.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x2LRB.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x2LRT.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x3LRB.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x3LRT.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x4LRB.dev
- Mono to Stereo-x4LRT.dev
Doublers - allows to route signals in two directions
- Doubler 2 Inputs-2 L=R B.dev
- Doubler 2 Inputs-2 L=T L.dev
- Doubler 2 Inputs-L=R R.dev
- Doubler 2 Inputs-L=R T.dev
- Doubler 2 Inputs-L=T B.dev
- Doubler 4 Inputs-L-B R.dev
- Doubler 4 Inputs-L-B T.dev
- Doubler 4 Inputs-L-T R.dev
Quad Corners re-route 4 inputs.
- Quad Corner-Bottom-R.dev
- Quad-Corner-Left-T B.dev
- Quad-Corner-Top to Bottom.dev
- Quad-Corner-Top to L R.dev
- Quad-Corner-Top to left.dev
- Quad-Corner-Top to Right.dev
- Quad-Corner-Top to Top.dev