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A networked personal monitor mixer - myMix eliminates the volume wars and allows you to sculpt your sound, in your own unique way.
A multi-track recorder - myMix is the ultimate device for capturing ideas at rehearsal, archiving the gig at the local club, or even tracking your next album.
myMix not only integrates with the gear you already have, it unlocks the potential of whatever is plugged into the system.
myMix is an intuitive, easy to use personal monitor mixing and multi-track recording system that puts each user in control of their own mix. With myMix, it's simple to create an unlimited number of independent stereo mixes with up to sixteen channels of audio controlled through an intuitive musician friendly interface.
Instead of trying to remember who is on what channel on a confusing mixing board, myMix allows you to name your unit as well as each input. Mixing is simply a matter finding the name and instrument you would like adjust, selecting the channel, and making changes to volume, tone, pan and effect send level. In addition, each channel can be muted or solo'd independently and a master Mute button is available to silence all channels at once. So if you want that guitar loud, make it loud. If you want to hear your singer in a huge Hall reverb, dial one up. If you want to mute the backing vocals, go for it. Every change you make is strictly for you and doesn't affect anyone else on the network.
With a choice of reverbs, or an adjustable delay, myMix allows you to decide on the effect that gives your mix more depth with a wider soundstage.
Every change you make to your mix is constantly updated in the currently selected profile. If you play in multiple bands, set up a different profile for each gig. If the power goes out you can rest assured that your myMix will boot up with the last configuration.
myMix has an additional four band parametric master EQ for tailoring the output to headphones, in-ear monitors or stage monitors. Add another myMix to your system and use it to mix the show through your main PA system.
Have you ever had a great idea at rehearsal only to forget it two weeks later? Wouldn't it be cool to record a weekend show and have it remixed, mastered and ready for your fans the following Monday? Once you have realized all the benefits of being able to mix your own mix, you'll want to be able to hear how much better the band sounds. Have you ever had a great idea at rehearsal only to forget it two weeks later? Wouldn't it be cool to record a weekend show and have it ready for your fans the following Monday?
myMix is the ultimate device for capturing ideas at rehearsal, archiving the gig at the local club, or even tracking your next album. Up to 18 tracks of 24bit, 48kHz time-stamped .wav audio files can be recorded to optional micro SD, standard SD or SDHC cards. The moment you hit the REC button a new session folder is created and each signal is recorded directly from the preamp to an individual track without processing. An additional stereo track of your processed mix is also recorded to provide a quick reference.By pressing the REC button again the session is ended and you are able to either rename the session or simply keep the default name and continue on.
Simply transfer the files from the SD card into your favorite recording software for overdubs, mixing and mastering. Upload the finished product to your web page or social networking sites and keep your fans up to date with your latest stuff.
Play Along Mode allows you to use the two local inputs on a single myMix to play along with up to 14 tracks on an SD card. This is great for solo performers who want a "band in a box", or for students who want to learn while playing along. It's also great if you have musicians who rotate in and out of a group who need to learn parts created by others. Just give the new musician a myMix with a multi-track recording of the band on an SD card and they can learn the part without the need for the entire band to be present.
myMix Wave is a free application that allows you to take audio files from any DAW and convert them into a session folder that can be played back on a myMix unit. myMix Wave adds headers to standard .wav files which enables a myMix to recognize a unit name and track names. myMix Wave requires that all audio files be 24bit, 48kHz .wav files and will convert stereo linked files into dual mono files. Drag and drop the entire session folder onto an SD card and play along!
myMix unlocks the potential of whatever is plugged into the system. Throw a mic in front of an amplifier cab, DI the latest modeler, run a two mic drum setup, use electronic drums, combine dynamic and condenser mics, take direct or aux outputs from your mixing console or external microphone preamps - whatever suites your application. myMix can be used as a stand alone system, integrated into an existing sound system, or both!
Do you absolutely require a stage monitor? Then by all means, crank it up. It will sound better when you are controlling what is coming out of it. Have you fallen in love with your wireless in-ears? Mix them in crazy stereo, add lots of effects, and put yourself into a different musical world. Are headphones good for rehearsals? Absolutely. Use the ones from your mp3 player, or splurge on a pricey studio set. When you've settled on an output device you can tweak the master EQ to boost bass in small headphones, cut mids in a powered wedge, or even ring out a main PA. And if you're the type of musician whose gear is constantly evolving, myMix evolves right along with you, storing multiple user profiles to quickly change between setups.
myMix is a networked audio system which utilizes off-the-shelf 100Mbs networking hardware and standard Cat5 cables to distiribute signals across the network. Signals can be injected onto the network via the two local myMix inputs, an IEX-16L, or a combination of both. A name is assigned to each signal which all myMix units on the network can see. Non-linear functionality with channel names keep musicians in the creative mindset, versus the engineering-driven linear nature of traditional mixing consoles.
Channels on the network travel in pairs. A pair consists of inputs that are physically next to each other. For instance, the two inputs on each myMix always travel in pairs. Odd-even inputs from the IEX-16L also travel in pairs (1&2, 3&4, 5&6, etc.) Each network pair can be configured as dual mono, stereo, or disabled from the network. When a pair is configured in stereo the audio comes in discreetly left and right and shows up as one named fader on the screen. A stereo pair still counts as two channels on your main mix screen. Dual mono signals are two uniquely named, pan-able and mixable channels. While these signals always travel together, you have the choice of only selecting one member of the pair. It is important to keep in mind that although you have only selected one member of a pair on your mix screen, the pair counts as two channels against the 16 you can mix.
While each myMix can mix up to 16 channels, it can have access to many more. The number of pairs that can exist on a network is limited by the number of multi-cast groups that your Ethernet switch can handle. Each user can decide which 8 network pairs (or 16 channels) they want to mix. For instance, if you have 32 channels coming from the stage to the mixing console, you could have all 32 direct outputs routed to a pair of IEX-16L input expanders, and have those available on the network. A third IEX-16L could be accepting 8 stereo sub-mixes like drums, vocals, guitars, keyboards, etc, also being added to the network for a total of 48 available network channels. The singer may have no interest in mixing the entire drum kit, but would rather have a stereo drum sub-mix and each additional vocalist independently. The drummer on the other hand, wants full mixing control of the drum kit, but only wants a stereo sub-mix of guitars, vocals and keyboards. This allows tremendous flexibility to tailor the system to every performer's needs.
myMix uses a modified AVB network to operate on standard hardware. AVB is an open source protocol that is currently pending standards ratification by the IEEE. As soon as the protocol is standardized, and AVB switches are available, a simple firmware update will take myMix to full AVB readiness.
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