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[Musikmesse] Alesis iO Mix

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Alesis introduces the iO Mix four-channel mixer.

The Alesis iO Mix is designed to turn your iPad into a portable studio, allowing you to record multiple mics or instruments into GarageBand or any other compatible Core Audio app.

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The connections available include four combo XLR-1/4" input channels and balanced, stereo 1/4" outputs. The iO Mix also has a video output.

 

With the iO Mix’s four-channel capability you have what you need for mixing and recording on your iPad in one device. There’s no dongle connections or USB cables needed. Your iPad is integrated into a compact mixing console. When you close iO Mix’s hinged door, your iPad is completely enclosed.

 http://www.alesis.com/stuff/contentmgr/files/24/efe98793cec5e358296bfbfdc3a30d6b/medium/iomix_rear_web_med.jpgiO Mix allows you to connect recording gear to your iPad: microphones, instruments, speakers, headphones and more. Four combo XLR-1/4" input channels are on the rear of the unit. Each has trim, channel gain, pan, and low & high EQ controls. Push-button High Pass Filters are also available on each channel. 

 

Switchable 48V phantom power allows you to use studio condenser microphones. Connect your guitar or bass, flip the switch and use your iPad to add effects like reverb and delay. Balanced, stereo 1/4" outputs and 1/4" headphone output are also onboard along with a switchable limiter.

 

For more details, head to the Alesis website.

  • HermanB 2 posts
    HermanB
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    Posted on 03/23/2012 at 00:28:49
    Nice little tool..........but when you ad the price of the i-Pad you can buy a nice 24 track standalone......

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