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Manifold Research Centre The Map Is Not The Territoire Magnetic Desktop Matrix Mixer

Manifold Research Centre

£439.00
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Expected release date is 2nd May 2024

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TMINTT is an active routing and summing matrix that works with voltages up to the Eurorack modular format.

Its principle is quite simple: inspired by Meng Qi’s magnetic matrix design, it has a patching system that lets you use magnetic pins on a 7x11 game board-like grid to route and sum (at unity gain) your signals.

It comes in a USB-powered standalone format, allowing you to comfortably interface multiple systems.

This interface will change your approach towards patching, opening a window on feedback territories, focusing on discovery and experimentation, but also lets you just quickly change your CV signals' routing (TMINTT is DC coupled) or your signal FX chain - all this within the map ecosystem.

Embrace a new way of patching, discover places you never seen.

// The borders question:

TMINTT borders can be unstable - the pawns' positioning might require a slight adjustment sometimes, provided that flatness tolerances of the pawns can vary. That’s the nature of the grid.

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Product Overview

TMINTT is an active routing and summing matrix that works with voltages up to the Eurorack modular format.

Its principle is quite simple: inspired by Meng Qi’s magnetic matrix design, it has a patching system that lets you use magnetic pins on a 7x11 game board-like grid to route and sum (at unity gain) your signals.

It comes in a USB-powered standalone format, allowing you to comfortably interface multiple systems.

This interface will change your approach towards patching, opening a window on feedback territories, focusing on discovery and experimentation, but also lets you just quickly change your CV signals' routing (TMINTT is DC coupled) or your signal FX chain - all this within the map ecosystem.

Embrace a new way of patching, discover places you never seen.

// The borders question:

TMINTT borders can be unstable - the pawns' positioning might require a slight adjustment sometimes, provided that flatness tolerances of the pawns can vary. That’s the nature of the grid.