| Module A-138c is a four channel mixer, that allows to add or to
subtract four incoming voltages to the output signal. In the middle
position of the corresponding control the amplification is zero.
Turning the knob counterclockwise the signal is subtracted from the
output sum with increasing amount. Turning the knob clockwise the
signal is added to the output sum with increasing amount. The output
control works in the same way, i.e. the resulting output signal can be
additionally attenuated and/or inverted.
The module is used in the first place to mix control voltages (e.g.
ADSR, LFO). It can be used to mix audio signals too but there is no
difference between adding and subtracting audio signals unless they
have a fixed phase relationship (e.g. the outputs of a VCO, or the
input and output signal of a VCF). For audio signals without phase
correlation there is no difference between addition and subtraction.
Control In1 works as a DC offset generator (about -5V...+5V) provided
that no patch cord is plugged into socket In1. If this feature is not
required it can be deactivated by removing a jumper on the pc board.
The voltage controlled version of a polarizer is the module A-133.
> tech specs
- Width : 8HP
- Depth : 35mm
- Current consumption : 20mA