MIDAS Unveils New Mixtender 2 App For iPad

Version 2 provides major upgrade to PRO Series & XL8 remote control      02/10/13

MIDAS Unveils New Mixtender 2 App For iPad


MIDAS has announced the immediate availability of their new Mixtender 2 iPad App for the PRO Series and XL8 digital consoles. They say that, loaded with new features, and delivering an unprecedented range of control and mobility, Mixtender 2 was designed and developed by MIDAS engineers for absolute best in class performance.

Providing remote access to virtually all key console functions with smooth and responsive system metering, Mixtender 2 offers support for multiple iPads, allowing FOH and monitor engineers to work collaboratively from any location in the venue.

Mixtender 2's upgraded feature set includes full-screen EQ editing, for highly accurate individual channel adjustments; VCA and POP group unfolding and member editing function; plus a quick navigation page with comprehensive level metering that allows engineers to monitor all signals while away from the console.

Also new in Mixtender 2:

  • Pan and delay controls
  • Bus mix mode display and editing
  • Parametric EQ with safety locks
  • In-place output GEQ editing
  • Channel naming & colour selection

 

The MIDAS Mixtender 2 App is compatible with PRO1, PRO2, PRO2C, PRO3, PRO6, PRO9 and XL8 consoles.

Pricing and Availability:

The MIDAS Mixtender 2 App is available for free download at the Apple App Store.


More information:



 

 

 

More From: MIDAS
Even more news...

 



More Videos

Featured Video
NAMM 2017: Bitwig 2.0 Preview 

Modulations, IO latency


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: Modal Electronics 5 Crafts Together 

We talk to their creator


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: New Presonus Digital Mixers 

PreSonus unveils third-generation StudioLive Series III consoles


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: New Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Range - First Look 

Richard Nichol was on hand to show of the new pieces in the Lifeforms range


Erica Synths Pico System Review 

It may be small but its got a lot to offer


Sonic LAB: Akai MPC Live First Look 

We check out the new standalone MPC


Want To Hear Eventide Pedals On A New MiniMoog Model D? 

Thought so, Space, ModFactor, Time Factor and Pitch Factor


NAMM 2017: Qu-bit Electronix New Modules 

Andrew Ikenberry takes us through their offerings for 2017