Tap and hold an empty space on The Grid in order to create a Splitter/Mixer path that splits the Row in two.

If you move any block vertically in the grid a Splitter/Mixer path will be created automatically. Dragging a block between rows 1-2 to 3-4 will copy the block instance.

The Splitter [S] sets the grid location where the signal splits. The Mixer [M] sets the location where the signal joins a row again.

We have detailed parameters for mixers and splitters that allow for switching between types, shortcut buttons for quick splits, and a quick on/off toggle.


Putting them in place

Drag-and-drop the [S] and [M] icons to split and mix the signal at your desired points. This action will modify the chain shape.



Once you tap either on the Splitter [S] or Mixer [M] icons, you gain access to their parameters.

Quick splits:

We have designed four shortcuts for the most common path types. Simply tap one to add it to The Grid.

Splitter types:

Balance: Uses a single knob to distribute the signal to the rows. 

  • BALANCE KNOB: Sets the signal mix between both row and Splitter/Mixer path (0.50 by default).

A/B: Uses independent knobs for each row.

  • LEVEL TO A KNOB: Sets the amount of signal to the row.
  • LEVEL TO B KNOB: Sets the amount of signal to the Splitter/Mixer path.

Crossover: Splits the signal into independent frequency bands that are sent separately.

  • FREQUENCY KNOB: Sets the frequency cut value.
  • MODE SWITCH: Swap the band assignment.

Stereo Switch: Determines the Splitter behavior while using stereo sources like Inputs 1/2, Returns 1/2, USB Inputs 5/6, or USB Input 7/8.

  • Split Mode: Sends the right input (Input 2, Return 2, USB Input 6 or 8) to the Splitter/Mixer path.
  • Normal Mode: Sends both left and right inputs to the Splitter/Mixer path.

Mixer Settings:

Depending on the Mixer location and Splitter settings, the Mixer could receive input signal from two sources at the same time. Check the following example:

In this particular case, both row 1 and Splitter/Mixer path are feeding the mixer input. Use the following parameters in order to control the signal levels.

  • LEVEL A KNOB: Sets the row signal level.
  • PAN A KNOB: Controls the panning of the row.
  • LEVEL B KNOB: Sets the Splitter/Mixer level.
  • PAN B KNOB: Controls the panning of the Splitter/Mixer path.
  • PHASE SWITCH: Inverts the phase of the signal workflow.
  • MIXER LEVEL KNOB: Controls the overall level of the Mixer.