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Build and expand your audio network with myMix

Following its launch at Musikmesse 2010 in Frankfurt, Germany, Movek took myMix also too InfoComm 2010, Las Vegas. myMix allows to simply create up to eight independent stereo mixes with up to sixteen channels of audio controlled through an intuitive interface. A myMix unit can be used as a stand-alone mixer, with additional myMix units expanded to a larger audio setup, but also be integrated into almost any existing audio network.
Instead of trying to remember who is on what channel on a mixing board, myMix offers to name the unit as well as each input. Mixing is simply a matter finding the name and instrument you would like to adjust, selecting the channel, and making changes to volume, tone, pan and effect send level. In addition, each channel can be muted or individually selected (solo). A master Mute button is available. Every change you make is strictly for the myMix unit you and doesn’t affect anyone else on the network.
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.
Every change made is constantly updated in the currently selected profile. If used with changing line-ups or applications, you can set up different profiles.
myMix is a suitable 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. Later you can transfer the files from the SD card into recording software for overdubs, mixing and mastering.
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