The passive mult is probably the easiest module to possibly build, all you need is some jacks, some wire, and a soldering iron. This module allows you to split a signal to be sent to multiple destinations. Passive mults are not suitable for V/octave CV control, because the voltage may drop when split, due to varying impedance in the destinations.
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Simply wire all jack tips together, and all barrels together. More complex designs can use switched jacks to split multiples into smaller sub-groups.
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- AI syntheis have a schematic for a splittable passive multiple, as well as full PCB-based kits available.
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