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Does this exist: Inline attenuator
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Author Does this exist: Inline attenuator
gmcerveny
I'd love a small box to plug 1/4" cables in to and attenuate cvs...
russma
acorkos
bob moog's solution...

mults on the left, attenuators on the right:

Just me
There were always these gems.
gmcerveny
Yes! Is that strictly a DIY solution?
krisp14u
don't no if this is the sort of thing your looking for

http://www.oakleysound.com/control.htm

the control 3 is one of my favorite boring modules I build Mr. Green
Henfield
Hi,

I don't know if this works both for audio or CV (STG will have to weigh in on this one), but STG offers an attenuator panel with three attenuators:

http://stgsoundlabs.com/products/attenuators_mu.htm
acorkos
From the Doepfer A-100 DIY page
http://www.doepfer.de/DIY/a100_diy.htm
If you want to build yourself a box with 3-4 of these in it...

Simple attenuator

This is a simple passive attenuator (i.e. no power supply required). J1 is the input socket, J2 the output socket. A typical value for P2 is 10k...100k. A linear or logarithmic type can be used for P2 (logarithmic especially for audio applications as the loudness characteristics of the human ear is approx. logarithmic).

JohnLRice
If you have MU/DotCom rack space I think the Moon Modular M525 is really excellent! hyper

pugix
Here is my take on it. I made up some controllers with a pot and a switch in a box that uses an insert cable for input and output. You could leave out the switch, or wire it so the pot is in the circuit by default and removed by pressing the switch. My idea was to make the person press the switch to do something.

http://pugix.com/synth/remote-manual-controllers/
sduck
Just because it applies to this thread....
srsly never
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