MESSE07: Yet More Yamaha Mixers

Yamaha introduce four new MW Series USB Mixing Studios      30/03/07

MESSE07: Yet More Yamaha Mixers

Yamaha say that high-quality multitrack mixing/recording systems don’t get any simpler than with their new MW Series USB Mixing Studios and they have unveiled four new models in Frankfurt – the MW8CX, MW10C, MW12C and the MW12CX They tell us that, along with versatile mixing functions, the MW’s feature a true plug-and-play USB interface giving you a fast, no nonsense way to get audio tracks into your computer. The new models feature the special one-knob channel compressor to tighten up any audio and new construction to make them lightweight but yet, robust. With the bundled Cubase AI software and the HALion One from Steinberg with special Motif synthesizer wave data, Yamaha believe that the MW’s are complete solutions to transform a computer into a top-flight recording system.
  • Digital Effect (MW8CX, MW12CX) 16 types
  • ON/OFF via footswitch (option)
  • USB Connection to Mac/PC
  • No driver installation
  • ASIO DirectKS Driver available on website
  • Independent Volume control
  • Monitor/Phones (MW12C, MW12CX)
  • Rec Out Volume (MW12C, MW12CX) to control recording level
  • Monitor Mix to control level balance between direct monitor and DAW monitor
  • Neutrik Connectors
  • 1knob Analog Compressors Easy to make punchy sounds
  • Rec Out Assign Button easy to select record track (MW12C, MW12CX)
  • 3-Band EQ
Pricing and Availability:
    Available June 2007
    MW8CX RRP: £189
    MW10C RRP: £150
    MW12C RRP: £229
    MW12CX RRP: £279
More information:

Yamaha HH65 Electronic Hi-Hat Contoller Pedal

Yamaha TRBX305 5-String Electric Bass Black

More Videos

Sonic Lab: Makenoise 0-Coast Review 

Desktop semi-modular with a bit of East/West action

BPM 2016: Korg Volca Kick Shakes The Room 

New in the Volca line, moves some air

John Biddulph Modular And Sax - Live at Cymru Beats 16 

Live sax processing, sequencing and modular all together

Cymru Beats 2016: Nick Batt Live Rig 

We get a look at what Nick uses live