WNAMM12: Mackie DL1608 Digital Mixer iPad Control

On Board DSP controlled by docked or remote iPads      25/01/12

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This was Mackie's BIG ANNOUNCMENT from NAMM - The Mackie DL1608 takes 16 Onyx mic pres with 6 aux sends and master LR out.

Each channel has 5 band EQ, gate/compressor and effects.

All the interfacing is taken care of by the iPad which can either be docked OR operated wirelessy - up to 10 at a time so the band can all control their monitor mixes, while the FOH guy can be ahem,  "working" at the bar. Great concept, cant wait to see what its like on the test bench.

 

Key Features

  • 16 Onyx mic preamps
  • High-end Cirrus Logic converters
  • Ultra low-noise, high-headroom design
  • 6 aux sends for monitor mixes
  • Master L/R output for mains
  • Powerful, touch-sensitive plug-ins
  • 4-band EQ, gate and compression on inputs
  • 31-band GEQ and comp/limiter on outputs
  • Global reverb and delay
  • Seamless wired to wireless mixing
  • Tune the room from anywhere
  • Get on stage to ring out monitors
  • Personal monitor mixing
  • Use up to 10 iPad devices simultaneously
  • Intuitive Master Fader app
  • "Grow and Glow" visual feedback
  • Preset and snapshot recall
  • Record the mix to the iPad for instant sharing
  • Integrate music from any app into the mix
  • PadLock™ feature locks down iPad for permanent installs
  • Industry standard Kensington lock secures mixer
  • Compact footprint saves precious workspace
Pricing TBC, 2nd QTR this year

 


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