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Stereo mixers with mono inputs and a pan control for each input.

P*Mixers (* indicates the number of inputs) are mixers with mono inputs and a stereo output. There is a master gain control and individual pan and gain controls for each input channel (1, 2, etc.). You can also solo or mute each of the channels.

See the Adjusting Contraption Properties section for information about using sliders, knobs, presets etc.

Related Contraptions

M*Mixer, S*Mixer, Crossfader, Frosscader


P*Mixer parameter editor window


(MasterGain, Gain_1 - Gain_12)

Master Gain adjusts the output gain. Individual knobs control the gain of each input (1 – 12).


(Mute, MasterMute, Mute_1 - Mute_12)

Mutes an input. Mute an input by pressing the m button of the input you want to mute. Mute the output by pressing the m button of the MasterGain (M) knob.


(Solo, Solo_1 – Solo_12)

Solos an input. Press the s button of the input you want to solo. You can solo more than one input at a time. Holding down the Control key (Command on Mac) while clicking a solo button solos the clicked input and causes all other channels to be un-soloed. Solo will always override mute.


(Pan_1 - Pan_12)

Specifies the stereo panning location of each input channel (112).

Relevant Example Files

The following file provides an example of how P*Mixer can be used:


To open the Example Files directory, go to the File menu, select Open, and double-click on the Examples folder. Read descriptions of the example files here.

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