Three new modules are now available for the ARTHUR mixer: Multiple In, Subgroup and Spring (reverb). Used alongside the current range of input and output modules, these offer even greater flexibility and more efficient workflow.
The new MULTIPLE IN is a Class A input module that can receive 4 line signals (or two stereo lines). Mainly intended for use with audio devices that generate a 0 dbV line signal, it is designed to enable simple routing of line signals to Arthur’s L/R Master. Although the unit has more limited features (i.e. no Gain, filters or Aux routing), it is very useful for subgroup routing: Its inputs can accommodate effect units, CD players, tape or digital recorders, preamps of any kind and electronic instruments such as keyboards and Midi devices.
The ARTHUR SUBGROUP is a high-end, CLASS-A summing amp. It functions as an additional unit for configuring a group of input modules that are to be controlled via a single pair of faders. Two Subgroup units can be directly mounted in the ARTHUR Format 48 mixer - along with a theoretically infinite number of other Subgroup units that must be cabled to either a Stereo In or Multiple In unit.
ARTHUR’s new SPRING reverb can be used both as a mixer module and as a stand-alone unit. Equipped with six springs, the unit is designed to deliver a rich reverb effect that also has a time-adjustable analogue decay. A digital delay provides a simple and efficient solution for delay lines that retard or echo the signal before being sent to the spring. When used as a stand-alone unit, the Spring can provide reverb for a signal from another mixer, or a guitar pedal, for example.
The new modules can be ordered online as part of a new mixer configuration. Current ARTHUR users can also purchase the modules separately to add to existing configurations.