gMix, a 4-channel passive mixer
Australian company Grav Corp has launched on KickStarter a compact 4-channel stereo mixer that does not require any power supply nor battery.
The Grav Corp gMIX allows for connecting and mixing together any electronic devices (drum machines, samplers, synthesizers) and even iOS or Android apps. The mixer was designed with DJs and mobile musicians in mind, you can even plug the Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators and Korg Volca and Kaoss instruments.
The gMIX features four 1/8“ stereo inputs, each with its volume knob, and you’ll send all the signals to a single 1/8“ output.
The mixer has already been funded on KickStarter but you can still pre-order yours on the project page. You can choose between a bareboard starting from AU $45, or the board in an aluminum enclosure starting from AU $80. Shipping will start in May and if the company reaches $5,000, they will add mute buttons…
Grav Corp also sells on its website the Grav-A versatile distortion pedal for guitar and bass. It is equipped with three combinable clipping stages so you can go from clean boost to vintage overdrive and crunchy distortion. The stompbox is currently available for AU $149 instead of AU $179.
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