As my rack becomes more focused on physical modeling, I want to add a polarizing mixer dedicated to my delay feedback lines. Specifically, one that lets me do some creative things with those feedback lines to shape the tones in more interesting ways. Wondering if anybody here has experimented with similar stuff and has any recommendations.
I have 3 main options at the moment: Triatt, Klavis Mixwitch, and SSF Blender.
Triatt is super simple, not much to do with it on its own but paired with some switches and mults throughout my system it should give me something interesting. What appeals most about it is the ability to switch channels from negative, bipolar, and positive behavior so I can have very specific manual control over it.
Mixwitch, I think, would be most fun. Paired with a mult, I could sequence through different amounts and polarities of feedback which could be really cool.
Blender won’t flip polarity so I’d need to pair it with a 2hp inverter or something, but I know there could be some really cool sounds in there, crossfading between various signals with smoother behavior than the Mixwitch.
I can’t really try all three though, so if anyone has thoughts or experiences on what each of these modules bring to the table please share!