WMD Eurorack Performance Mixer Now Shipping

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WMD let us know that their new Performance Mixer is now shipping.

The WMD Performance Mixer is an 8-channel Eurorack audio mixer, designed specifically for live performance and jam sessions within the Eurorack modular ecosystem.

The Performance Mixer offers six mono channels, with two selectable and summable inputs each, two true stereo channels, two selectable auxiliary sends, cue mixing, and lots of CV control.

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Features:

  • CUE Mixing allows you to monitor signals before they hit front of house
  • 6 Mono channels with 2 selectable and summable inputs gives you a total of 12
    inputs.
  • 2 True stereo channels
  • Voltage control over Level and Panning for all channels
  • 2 Auxiliary sends available Pre and Post fader
  • 4 unity gain inputs for adding submixes or external audio sources
  • 2 Headphone outs, 1-3.5 mm and 1- 1?4 inch for collaboration and convenience
  • Expandable with PM MUTES and PM CHANNELS modules also available
    Designed and hand assembled in Denver, CO USA.

Above, Alex Anderson (Nasty Nachos) building a track with the WMD Performance Mixer, Juno 106, MPC5000, WMD/SSF Monolith w/ Rossum Evolution Filter, and 12U of WMD modular.

Pricing and Availability

The Performance Mixer is shipping now, with these MAP prices:

  • Performance Mixer: $749
  • PM Mutes Expand: $99
  • PM Channels Expand: $249

See the WMD site for details.

8 thoughts on “WMD Eurorack Performance Mixer Now Shipping

  1. Total beauty. Out of my league but still want it. Wonder if you can replace the slider caps with something a little more fingertip friendly?

  2. great feature set. would be great to see a standalone version with stripped CV control to push it below half that price and we’d be pretty close to that Volca mixer Korg isn’t making

  3. been waiting for this but the price is a tad high maybe would of been better if the cv control was an expansion as well to improve that or at least spead the cost over time 🙁

  4. I’m impressed. The prototype pics floating around the net looked very nice but this new version adds much more. I want this to replace my current mixer 🙂

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