Alesis MultiMix 16 USB 2.0
Alesis MultiMix 16 USB 2.0

MultiMix 16 USB 2.0, FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Alesis in the MultiMix series.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 6 reviews )
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Audience: Beginners Value For Money : Excellent
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Alex081's review

Alesis MultiMix 16 USB 2.0
Characteristics already detailed in previous opinions.

What is missing to be the top:
Semi-parametric EQ Mediums
Independent headphone volume adjustment
A series of 4 LEDs per level (not essential but comfortable Live)
A compressor / limiter and gate per
Phantom power-enabled XLR for each individual
a separate microphone talk-over on the console
An insert effect for every
Of LEDs to display the position of each key press!

No 64-bit drivers ... CORRECTION:
A big bravo for the technical support I want to emphasize quality and responsiveness! I got by mail attachment, just hours after my request, 64-bit Windows drivers for Multimix USB 2 BETA VERSION (this is why they are not mentioned officially). Congratulations!

The links in here, all offering the same files posted for downloading by BuBuOne (thank you!)

Megaupload (single site in French):


English manual! French not even available for download ... but it is possible to find a user manual in French, scanned courtesy of the MultiMix 16 USB 1 ... Pseh thank you! 20d%% 27emploi 20Multimix.pdf ( )
Very easy to use.


Not enough experience or competence to judge its sound quality ... But the result is perfect for me!


I have had that for several days. This is my first console after 1 week of testing the MultiMix 8 USB2 (traded as unsuitable to Live).

I find great value for money. FYI I paid € 499, 2 year warranty, at Action Music in Toulouse.

foudezick's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very powerful !!"

Alesis MultiMix 16 USB 2.0
Table very complete with a Comfortable and attractive
rack and light
detailed description on the internet
easy to use
no worries about the quality of components
Can be used live or in the studio
use of the 16 tracks without problem with Magix studio recording


Setup of the table with the latest drivers recovered from the site ALESIS
config Machine in W7 64bit
decent latency with Athlon X2
French downloadable docs


Very good rendering breathless
Model has the key


Use for 2 years with this model USB2
replaced a 16 multimix firewire which was also very well
model more suited to current configs on laptops as there are more than Firewire port
still a little flat on the lack of entries insert
Blue Jester05/13/2008

Blue Jester's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Alesis MultiMix 16 USB 2.0
- 8 mic / line inputs (with gain, phantom power supply and filter 75 Hz) + 4 stereo inputs doublejack
- 1 RCA auxiliary input
- On each slice: Hi (12 kHz), Mid (2.5 kHz), Low (80 Hz) + return + A + B return balance + solo + mute + fader.
- Exit facades, returns, control room, headphones (equivalent to ctrlRM), RCA line-out, exit 3 / 4 out (this sends out all the tracks mutated).
- USB 2.0 interface: Stereo output multi-input.
- CPU to hundreds of built-in effects

By no parametric equalizer against the mix.


- Very easy to take in hand, routing patterns on the console are very intuitive.
- The knobs have a lock to zero (useful when working in the dark) and the resistance of the fader is just right amount.
- The manual is very detailed (but beware, in English), friendly, and oriented beginners.


The preamps are very good quality, the sound comes out of the table is very good, very well balanced, it is a treat to have a balanced. A few blows with the approach of 0 db on the main mix, but it is not meant to sound with the Wacken either ... The effects are very good too, super interesting voices and guitars.


It's been a year since I squinted over, I had already read the PDF manual and knew by heart before you even touch it!
There, I finally decided to pay me and I do not regret ... At the moment I do not have used that again, but I can not wait to add sound to a concert with, it's really super easy to access.
The feature most useful for my group is to route a track "mutated" to a dedicated output, and it is possible with a simple button to send the output to the control room. As a result, the headphones, my drummer hears the click the + mix (a track mutated) it avoids to hear the metronome as much in return in the facades.
Comes with Cubase LE multitrack recording, you will still need a good bike to nab the 16 tracks simultaneously.

The nice little trick as well: the transformer is supplied with a super long (well, the transformer itself is in the middle of the cable because it is a fairly large block), and connects to the console with a screw system : can not therefore to remove accidentally shoot someone in the cable However, if the transformer loose, it's not the hyper next door that you can find to replace it ...

The price / quality ratio is really excellent, and if you do not need to multitrack recording, use the USB version (not USB2) is the same half as expensive, but endangered because gradually replaced by the Multimix USB 2.0.

For that price, with its functionality, ease of use, and sounds, is a well deserved 10/10.