Vintage Synth Lab AWM-3

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Analog Wavefold Mixer

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Analog Wavefold Mixer

The AWM-3 is an all analog, real-time, complex wave-shaping (triple wave-folder) 3-channel mixer module with added features of compression and multiple mix modes including matrix mixes. The combination of multiple access points (outputs of various mixes), wave-folding, and compression allow for an extremely wide array of signal processing, including complex chorus-like sounds.

All three channels are identical and can operate independently. They can also be cascaded (connected in series) to obtain double and triple wave-folding. The compressor at the front-end of each channel allows for not only unique wave-shaping, but the ability to send asymmetrical wave-shaped signals through multiple wave-fold stages while preserving a better managed signal process.

Each channel has independent positive and negative control over wave-shaping, including CV inputs, CV attenuation, bias (wave-fold threshold), and level (wave-fold volume). Each channel also has a dry level control. Between the dry level, positive wave-fold level, and negative wave-fold level controls, many variations of wave-shaping are possible.

All CV inputs will accept LFO or audio-rate frequencies. The main signal path is DC-coupled. Each dry signal throughput can be amplified up to +6dB (2 times the input signal) and has a buffered output.

Physical Specifications
• Format: Eurorack
• Width: 16hp
• Depth: 31mm

Electrical Specifications
• Power: +12V @ 77mA, -12V @ 77mA , +5V @ 0mA

In the Box
• The module itself
• Eurorack Power Cable

+12v: 77mA
-12v: 77mA
+5v: 0mA
Width: 16HP
Depth: 31mm
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