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Designing and commissioning a custom insert router with attenuators
Old 13th June 2019
Designing and commissioning a custom insert router with attenuators

Hi. I already posted this over at GroupDIY, but I’m not familiar with the forum and i feel totally clueless. Anyway, I have designed a router, which I think would be really useful for my workflow. its all passive, so originally I thought I could take a crack at it, but it’s probably a bit too complicated for someone as inexperienced as me. Basically I would like to employ someone to build this for me, but I don’t even know where to find the right person. Maybe someone here can offer some input.

The unit will contain 6 identical channels. Each channel will have a dual mono input coming mic pres, a stereo Input from the DAW, a stereo insert send and receive, and two stereo outputs. There will be a switch to select whether the mic pre or DAW signals go to the insert and stereo attenuator for the DAW signals and dual mono attenuators for the mic pres. Two further switches determine what is fed to the two stereo outputs.

Each channel will be the same size as a two slot 500 series module. I’d like it to look a bit like Tree Audio’s 3 In the Tree. Hopefully you get the idea of what I’m trying to achieve from the diagrams.

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