Two new utility modules from Noise Engineering that offer mixing and creative offsetting. Xer Dualis is a 4-channel stereo mixer, while Sinc Pravus has 4 lots of offset. So they are not the most exciting modules to emerge from the quirky realms of Noise Engineering, but you put these in your row of sensible and useful things that will improve your patch.
Xer Dualis is an extremely compact stereo mixer for mixing up to 4-channels of mono or stereo audio signals. If you have a stereo signal, then plug it in Left and Right at the top. If you only have a mono, then plug it into the Left side, and it will be normalled to the Right giving you a centrally panned location.
The knobs provide level control, and there’s a handy mute switch for each channel. LEDs on the outputs give you a little bit of monitoring.
Xer Dualis is simple, compact (6HP), and useful as a sub-mixer or for mixing a smaller case. Available from the 3rd of November for $170.
Sinc Pravus gives you 4 channels of offset. What that means is that it can add voltage to an incoming voltage. It’s like you have some modulation that isn’t in the right range; plug it in and dial on some additional volts to push it where it needs to go.
With nothing plugged in Sinc Pravus acts a voltage generator of either +- 5 or 10v. It’s also normalled from top to bottom so you can offset the same signal by different amounts or simply use it as a mult. It’s a great way to vary modulations through your rack.
Sinc Pravus is available from the 3rd of November for $140.