Manhattan Analog - DTM
The Manhattan Analog - DTM is a new-old design, that used to be available in Moog modular systems. If you are after a small utility/processor tool that will truly add some extra retro-beef to your signals, do not go further.
The Manhattan Analog - DTM is a discrete transistor circuit core mixer with 3 inputs and 1 output, based on the vintage Moog CP3. Very similar in features to Manhattan Analog's other mixer, the DTM instead is known for its interesting clipping behavior.
The module is equipped with threee inputs and each of them has a level control. The fourth potentiometer O is an offset potentiometer, which generates an offset voltage at the output.
Approximately at 13h-position of the input level potentiometer the channel will start to clip and adds a very transistor-specific sound coloration by saturation.
The module is not limited to mixing and saturating audio signals as you might as well shape control voltgages e.g. altering the shape of an envelope or a LFO and the offest control is very handy for CVs as well.