Befaco / Molten Modular - Motion MTR 1U

Product information "Befaco / Molten Modular - Motion MTR 1U"
This is the 1U version of the module, for the 3U standard version please check the other product!

Motion MTR allow you to mix, attenuate and invert signals while having clear visual feedback of their levels.
Each channel can function as:

• Audio level control with VU meter
• CV attenuator with voltage meter
• CV inverter with voltage meter

Each input is normalled to 10v, so you can use each of them to generate fixed voltages. Also, the outputs of channels 1, 2 and 3 are summed into Out 4 to be used as a mixPatch it wildly to make it work as an attenuverter with offset, as a mixer, a VU meter or a combination of them all!

This module is designed in collaboration with Robin Vincent from Molten Modular.

SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 110
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 30
DIY Level: Medium
Depth [mm]: 30
Width [HP]: 34
Format: 1U
Panel / Color: Black Alu
Manufacturer "Befaco / Molten Modular"
Molten Music Technology is the professional and creative expression of Robin Vincent. It pulls together a fascination with synthesizers, modular, modular DIY, music technology and electronic making music on the Microsoft Surface Pro. Molten Music Technology includes a successful YouTube channel, and the Molten Modular and Surface Pro Audio websites.
Robin has been working in the music technology industry since he joined London’s Turnkey music shop in 1996. For 20 years, he’s been building computers for musicians and studios, first through Carillon Audio Systems, the Rain Computers and finally with Molten Music Technology. And then, around 2017 things began to change. Building audio PCs was becoming unsustainable, and so Molten Music Technology pivoted into producing music technology content. The YouTube channel grew, producing a series on making music with the Microsoft Surface Pro, and then came a huge dive into modular synthesis and electronic music production.
Robin now spends his time writing news, reviews and articles for numerous websites like and the real-life printed magazine Sound On Sound. He produces a constant stream of music tech videos, including gear reviews, advice, how-tos, live streams and interviews. Every month there’s a Molten Music Monthly round-up of product news from around the industry. He makes plenty of his own music and is always looking for interesting ways to express it.

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