Unity is a dual unity mixer with two sets of three inputs. Its versatile normalling behavior allows it to function as a six-to-one mixer, or two three-to-one mixers. Three modes of operation provide ideal behavior for audio, control voltage, or both.
Averaging Mode allows the user to mix audio signals without losing their relative loudness. Unity Mode is great for mixing control signals in situations where you want to add vibrato to a sequence, or create a chaotic modulation source out of LFOs and envelopes. Split Mode sets each channel to a different mode, allowing for mixing CV on one channel and audio on the other. Unite your system with Unity.
Dual unity mixer
Six-to-one, or two sets of three-to-one functionality
Averaging mode for audio signals to retain relative loudness
Split mode allows for CV on one channel, and audio on the other