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Analog Mixer de la marque Alesis appartenant à la série MultiMix

Alesis announces the MultiMix 16 USB FX, an 16-channel audio mixer with digital effects and USB recording interface.

The MultiMix 16 USB FX is a 16-channel desktop mixer designed for integration into musicians’ computer-based recording environments.

 

The MultiMix 16 USB FX is designde to give users a selection of eight XLR inputs with switchable phantom power supply for condenser microphones. MultiMix 16 USB FX also provides 1/4-inch and RCA connectors for working with instruments and line-level audio sources, and guitarists will enjoy a guitar input, enabling them to plug their instruments directly into the mixer for amp-free recording.

 

Alesis has given MultiMix 16 USB FX a range of effects. Studio owners who already have their own effects processing gear will appreciate the MultiMix 16 USB FX’s auxiliary input, which is assignable to pre and post-fader points in the audio signal path. MultiMix 16 USB FX offers them flexible EQ controls including a sweepable parametric on channels one through six.

 

Like the other mixers in Alesis’ MultiMix USB series, including the MultiMix 4 USB and MultiMix 6 USB, the MultiMix 16 USB FX contains a  USB recording interface. Musicians and engineers can plug the MultiMix 16 USB FX’s USB connection into their Mac or PC without installing any software drivers and enjoy a digital-direct stereo connection with audio software application. The MultiMix 16 USB FX enables bidirectional stereo signal, so musicians can record the stereo Main output into their computer and listen back using the mixer as an interface from software to headphones and monitoring loudspeakers.

 

The MultiMix 16 USB FX comes with a copy of Steinberg Cubase LE digtal audio workstation (DAW) software.

 

Check out Alesis for more details.

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