Based on Dr. Robert Moog’s classic CP3 mixer circuit, the Manhattan Analog ‘CP3’ mixer module is a 3-input mixer using 100% discrete transistor topology, with no op-amps used in the design. Easily driven into saturation to produce both hard clipping distortion and more subtle waveshaping effects, this mixer is a key component of the classic Moog modular sound. Great for aggressive tones post-filter, or providing some gnarly harmonics on filters when patched pre-filter.
The gain stage has bipolar outputs, each exhibiting different distortion characteristics. An attenuverting output knob is provided, so the output level may be adjusted from 0 to max, in phase, or 180 degrees out of phase. Not only is this useful for phase-sensitive applications like control voltages, but it allows access to a wider range of clipping or waveshaping effects for processing audio.
- 3 Inputs 1 Output
- 100% Discrete Transistor Topology
- Attenuverting Output Knob
- Original circuit by Dr. R.A. Moog, updated by Jason Coates
- PCB and panel designed by Manhattan Analog – Built by San Pedro Labs
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- Eurorack Format
- 4 HP Width
- 39mm Depth
- +12V/-12V: 12mA Current Draw