CGM

Creative Mixer Series

 

 

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175,00 450,00  + VAT

450,00  + VAT

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175,00  + VAT

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Description

The CGM Creative Mixer is a modular mixing solution for Eurorack systems. It breaks down the main parts of a classic mixer console into three module families (channels, groups, and masters) and adds plenty of CV modulations to them.

It is an ever-growing mixing ecosystem designed to suit every mixing situation.

The CGM works by connecting its modules through IDC sockets on their PCBs, but some modules work both as stand-alone components and as parts of larger setups.

The various modules share audio, power, and controls through the IDC cables on the back.

You can connect up to eight members of the channel family to a group and up to four groups to a master, for a total of 128 channels in the current largest configuration.

All the CGM modules ship with the cables ready for a two-channel configuration. The group ships with a one-group-to-two-channels cable that suits both the SCs and the QSCs, while the Masterone ships with a master-to-group cable.

If you plan to build a small system, you’re good to go. Otherwise, you can purchase other cables from our Link System page.

Key Features

We designed the CGM to bring a professional audio console to the Eurorack world.

It guarantees excellent signal treatment, plenty of headroom, and a warm, musical saturation on every module (yes, even on the master!).

Thanks to its modular architecture, you can combine the CGM modules in many configurations, from smaller, compact cases to behemoth-like studio systems.

The body and soul of modular synthesizers is control voltage, so we equipped the CGM with a wide array of CV inputs.

In this way, you can animate your compositions and treat your mixer as an actual musical instrument.

Channel Family

With the channel modules, your Eurorack sound enters the CGM circuit and begins its road to the outside world.

From here, you can define the input gain, the volume in the mix, the effect sends, and the pan level.

According to the module, you can voltage-control some or all of these parameters.

High-standard VCAs with plenty of headroom guarantee crystalline sound treatment, but you can push the input gain to the limit and obtain a smooth and warm saturation.

As of today, there are two members in the channel family.

It is not possible to connect channel modules to a master without a group between them. It will damage your CGM setup and void your warranty.

Group Family

The group is the first section of the CGM that mixes the signals and makes some of the channels’ functionalities effective. It then routes the channels’ sum to the Master module (if present).

With a group, you can mix up to eight channels (of either kind), take advantage of the Safe Solo function, and handle their effect routing through two mono sends and two stereo returns.

You can easily use the group as your latest stage in the audio chain in smaller setups thanks to its Group Outputs.

Master Family

The master section is the gateway to the outside world.

With a master module, you can mix up to four groups. Since every group can mix up to eight channel modules, a master can handle 32 channels. If such channels are QSCs, the largest possible configuration is a mixer of 128 total channels.

Thanks to its headphones output, the master allows you to take advantage of the pre-fader listening function and use the channels and groups to their full potential.

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Yes! We opened our online store in October 2022. Check out the full catalog!

Our resellers receive our modules exclusively through our distributor, so we do not have access to the individual shops’ orders or stocks.

We restock every module at least once over a year: we focus on a module’s batch at a time, then we move on to the next one, and so on.

If you want an estimated delivery time for a specific module, drop us a line! We’ll be happy to answer you.