The concept's simple - there are 3 columns (A,B,C) of 4 jacks each (1,2,3,4) - that's a total of 12 patch points. Insert an audio signal or control voltage into any single jack and the other 3 jacks in that column will output the same signal**.
But wait, there's more! The 3 columns are magically interconnected - the MoJax 3x4 TM was designed so that when no signal is patched into columns B or C, the bottom 3 jacks in that column will output whatever the column to its left is set to output. (For this reason we always use row 1 as inputs and the others as outputs).
For example, if your ARP 2600 oscillator output is patched into A1, jacks A2, A3 and A4 will output that same oscillator signal. If no other source is patched into the B column, jacks B2, B3 and B4 will output the ARP 2600 oscillator output as well. And, if no source is patched into either the B or C columns, C2, C3 and C4 will also output the ARP2600 oscillator out. Now suppose we patched the ARP 2600 noise source into B1 and there were no other sources patched into the Mojax. In this case, none of the A column jacks would output any signal. All of the other 3 B column jacks would output noise and so would jacks C2, C3 and C4.
Specifications (subject to change):
So, with the MoJax 3x4 TM, you can take 1 signal and split it into a maximum of 9 outputs, take 3 signals and split them each into 3 separate outputs or take 2 signals and split 1 into 6 outs and the other into 3 outs. We'd be lying if we said the possibilities are endless!!, but this is certainly one handy module! What are you waiting for? Order a MoJax 3x4 TM
now, while supplies last!
**Splitting signals can sometimes result in a reduction in volume or depth of voltage.
*Individual results may vary.