Personal mixer station for myMix systems. Select up to 16 unique channels to mix from all available network channels. Adjust channel volume, tone, effect send (from a choice of reverbs or an adjustable delay), and pan without affecting any other station on the network. Two mic/line inputs with input gain adjustment, input LEDs with signal and overload indicators (overload indicator also flashes red on channel name), switchable phantom power. Two line-level balanced 1/4" TRS outputs and one 1/8" (3.5mm) headphone output. Store up to 20 named profiles on each station. 4-band fully parametric stereo output EQ with selectable high and low shelving filters. Record up to 18 tracks (16 individual channels + your stereo mix) of multi-track audio to SD card, 24 bit, 48kHz time-stamped uncompressed .wav files.
A big advantage of the decentralized myMix concept is the wide variety of potential applications. Using conventional Ethernet hardware as the backbone, the same myMix that is used in a large orchestra set up can create the mix for a small club gig, a jam session, or a solo rehearsal at home. In addition, there are a range of applications outside of the personal monitoring environment such as sound distribution.
Self-contained myMix Systems
Self-contained myMix applications that dont require a main console with an operator:
Integrated Live Sound myMix Systems
With or without the IEX16L input expander, there are many possibilities to integrate myMix as a monitoring system into a main sound system. Applications range from small concert systems and worship bands, to big bands, theatrical applications, large orchestras, broadcast, TV and musicals.
myMix Sound Distribution Systems
Decentralized mixing and an intuitive user interface offer advantages to using myMix outside of the music monitoring and recording environment: