[NAMM] Alesis iMultiMix 16
Alesis announced that its iMultiMix 16 USB mixer with professional mixing and direct-to-iPod recording is now available.
iMultiMix 16 USB is the second entry in a new class of iPod mixers that started with the iMultiMix 8 USB. iMultiMix 16 USB features a Universal Dock for iPod that enables recording directly to any iPod Classic, 5th generation (video) and 2nd or 3rd generation iPod nano.
The mobile recording mixer has iPod transport controls and a control wheel built into the surface for complete control of the iPod while it is docked in the mixer.
The USB connection delivers transfer of tracks into iTunes upon connection to a computer. Files recorded into the iPod are CD quality, 16-bit, 44.1kHz WAV files.
Mac and PC recording engineers can connect iMultiMix 16 USB using USB for direct-to-computer recording. In addition to its computer connectivity, iMultiMix 16 USB offers eight analog inputs, 100 digital, 28-bit effects, phantom power and two switchable mic/line/guitar inputs.
Steinberg Cubase LE 4 and Ableton Live Lite 7 recording and performance software are included, completing the total-studio package.
Pricing & Availability
iMultiMix 16 USB is available from pro audio and musical instrument retailers. It has an MSRP of $799.99 and a street price of $599.99.
For more info: www.alesis.com.
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