NAMM 2016: WMD Aperture and Performance Mixer

A variable width bandpass filter and a voltage controlled mixer      23/01/16

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Tyler was on hand to show us exactly what the performance mixer could do and also show us what sort of tones the Aperture was capable of.

The Performance Mixer, is an 8 channel mixer with a cue system, panning, aux sends, CV control of panning for 5+6, 7+8 are stereo, 1-6 are mono channels with a A/B selector. So you can basically turn this into a 14 channel mixer.

The Aperture is a variable width bandpass filter, with frequency control, width, resonance for high pass and low pass, variable feedback, cv ins for freq and width and two feedback types. To my ears this thing sounded great.

More info coming soon at WMD

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TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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