The Analog Switch Matrix is a complex router, allowing one input to be switched between four outputs, or vice versa, or even to route one signal through one of four external effects (e.g. wave multipliers, filters etc.). It can also be used as four independent analog switches.
All analog switches are independently addressed, so combinations of these arrangements are also possible. Further enhancing this is that the common input and output external are to the main switching matrix.
The analog switch is DC coupled so can be used for both control voltages and audio signals.
Suitable drivers for one-at-a-time switch control include the Gate Sequencer and the Weighted Random Switch. Any module, or combination of modules, that generates gate signals can be used to drive the matrix if having more than one switch closed at time is acceptable or desirable.
The Weighted Random Switch is a companion module, as it can be directly connected while leaving the standard gate inputs functional.