In addition to this, the circuitry is transistor-based, rather than op-amp based and each channel can be overdriven for a fuzz effect or mild distortion. This creates a very musical distortion and is pleasant to listen to. It is especially nice to send sine waves into this mixer, then let the distortion add harmonics to the peaks of the beating waveform where the troughs are distortion free. Since the clip happens at a specific DC level, the DC offsets have another dimension to their usefulness: they can essentially control the amount of clipping or distortion.
This module is highly recommended as a mixer, signal processor, phased attenuator, fuzz circuit, or DC offset module.
I met Eric (aka Suit and Tie Guy or STG) recently through my friend Andrew Horton. I had known about STG for quite a while and moreso, I had preordered the Archangel sequencer from Detachment 3 (STG's sister company). I find Eric to be a very approachable person and quite knowledgeable on various modular systems and individual modules. More information on this module and other STG modules can be found at www.stgsoundlabs.com