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Noise Engineering Xer Mixa and Expando Expandi


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Noise Engineering has returned with a new digitally controlled analog mixer with 10 stereo-paired inputs, 3 stereo-paired output busses, and MIDI control in 32HP.


Xer Mixa is a hybrid analog/digital design: it features a fully analog signal path, with low noise and crosstalk, pristine sound quality, and ultra-high headroom. Noise Engineering has leaned into their skills with digital, too, adding a microprocessor for the interface, and harnessing the power of hybrid design. Xer Mixa’s digital side allows for state save and recall, per-channel pan law and pre/post send settings, multichannel editing, and MIDI I/O.

The mixer features 10 stereo-paired input channels: 8 interactive fader-controlled channels and two aux channels, each with clickless mutes. Per-channel options include pan-law settings, pre- or post-fader send routing, and more. Settings can be saved for easy recall during future sessions or live sets.

For users who want CV control, Noise Engineering is also offering a 4HP, 8-input expander called Expando Expandi. Up to 2 expanders can be connected to the mixer via the rear panel and the inputs routed to a maximum of 32 modulation destinations on the mixer.

Available to pre-order in black and silver, Xer Mixa and Expando Expandi are priced $999 USD and $169 USD, respectively, and a discounted bundle of Xer Mixa and Expando Expandi is also available at 10% off. The modules will ship September 6th, 2023.

Noise Engineering will be on hand in Los Angeles at a release party at the synth library LADSR from 12-3 Pacific on September 2nd and at Knobcon 2023 (September 9th-10th) for anyone interested in trying the new modules out.

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