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path / dual sequential switch / 10 HP

PATH proves to be an invaluable asset for distributing signals across various destinations while maintaining rhythmic coherence. It's equally adept at directing multiple CV signals to a single destination, resulting in dynamic and evolving envelopes. Remarkably, PATH also facilitates sequential audio signal routing and switching, adding to its versatile capabilities.

key features

  • Dual Sequential Switch

  • 2x4 bidirectional Outputs

  • 2x1 bidirectional Inputs

  • Reset Input

  • Sequence Loop to 2, 3 or 4 Steps

  • Mix Output

  • Attenuverter for Each Side

  • LED Indicators

  • Wrong Polarity Protection

specs & downloads

  • width: 10 HP

  • depth: 28 mm

  • power: 45 mA @ +12V / 50 mA @ -12V


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description / manual

PATH is a dual four position switch that can be controlled with a trigger signal. Any signal that is fed to I/O A or I/O B is being supplied on one of the 4 fours I/O jacks depending on the switch position. This is an easy way to sequentially route one or two sources to four different destinations on each side. As the inputs are bidirectional you may also route 4 or 8 different signals to one or two destinations depending on the switch state if you insert signals into the eight I/O 1-4 jacks and forward the signal using the two I/O A and B jacks. 


When a trigger is inserted into the Trig Input the first jack I/O 1 is activated and a signal is passed through. With the next trigger jack I/O 2 is activated and so on. After the fourth jack the fist jack will be on again. If you want to shorten the sequence, you may use the switches to loop the sequence to 2, 3 or 4 steps on each side individually. A trigger on the Reset Inputs will reset the sequence to the first step independently for each side.


Additionally the Inputs I/O A and B or the currently active I/O 1-4 jacks will be supplied on the Mix Jack depending on the direction you have patched. Each side may be attenuverted using the the potentiometers on top. An LED is indicating the currently mixed signal.