This is one of those rather useless projects but it amused me to make it based on a conversation in a forum where someone was wanting something similar. Maybe it will make a bit more sense properly oriented.
Simply, it is a 16 Channel SubMixer built using the Selig Gain Rack Extension 18 times. 16 channel inputs, one for an overall Trim and the last one for a VCA Fader. Most of the functionality of the Master Gain unit is carried to the front panel of the Combinator. Usage is where it will become a bit of a PITA.
- You will need to own the Selig Gain Rack Extension
- Flip the Rack and find the audio you want to feed to a Channel input.
- Choose the channel input and press the tiny triangle (left) to open the RE to expose the inputs.
- Run the audio wires from the source to the Gain channel.
- Flip the Rack back to the front.
- You can close the Gain or leave it open.
- Mix to taste.
- Mix Stereo width can be adjusted from normal (127) through collapsed (64) to swapped (0).
- If the overall level of the whole SubMixer is getting too hot, adjust the Trim knob in the Combi panel.
- Have fun and think kind thoughts about me. Leading to saying nice things about me, leading to hiring me to Mix, Sound Design or anything else I can do for you…
You can Download the file here