MESSE07: USB Mixer Integrates iPOD

Alesis launch iMultiMix 8 USB 8-channel mixer with iPOD recording      28/03/07
MESSE07: USB Mixer Integrates iPOD


Alesis have launched the iMultiMix 8 USB, a sturdy, compact all-in-one tabletop mixer and recorder that features 100 studio grade 28–bit digital effects, a built–in limiter to avoid distorted recordings and an integrated iPod dock with control wheel transport controls for fast, easy direct–to–iPod recording. You can Record to computer, to iPod, or to both, simultaneously.
Alesis say the iMultiMix 8 USB is an important addition to their line of mixers being the first to feature integrated iPod control and recording capability. They tell us that the iMultiMix 8 USB represents the first mixer to fuse together professional quality mixing, 3 band per channel EQ, guitar/line inputs, built-in FX and iPod recording in a single, intuitive package.
Once recordings are completed you can simply transfer using iTunes to move your recordings to a computer with Mac OSX or WindowsXP without need for a special driver or complicated set–up. All channels are recorded down to CD Quality stereo 44.1 or 48kHz either via USB or to iPod.
Features
  • Integrated iPod recording
  • 48V phantom power
  • Four high-gain mic/line preamps (XLR and 1â�„4â€� balanced)
  • Built-in limiter to avoid distorted recordings
  • 16-Bit / 44.1kHz and 48kHz recording to computer via USB
  • Two guitar mic/line inputs
  • Aux sends and returns
  • 100 on-board, 28-bit digital effects – Reverb, Chorus, Flange, Delay
  • Three band per channel EQ with high/low shelving and mid band pass/reject
  • Steinberg Cubase LE recording software included
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