Today we purchased and installed our new mixer – an Alesis Multimix8 USB2.0 FX. Purchased from the Rockshop, it comes with the warranty that our previous mixer didn’t come with due to it’s second hand nature.
The main feature that we went for the Alesis Multimix USB 2.0 is because of it’s ability to send each channel separately to the recording software.
Previously if we recorded more than one track at a time, it had to be recorded into one single track. This doesn’t work terribly well for the way we play or record, and so hopefully the Alesis provides much needed freedom in our recording.
- Eight-channel mixer with mic, line, and guitar-level inputs
- 24-bit, 96 kHz 10×2 USB interface for single-cable recording and playback with your Mac or PC
- XLR inputs with gain trim, switchable high-pass filters, and 48V phantom power
- 1/4-inch line-level inputs for instruments and high-impedance guitar input for direct-connecting guitars
- Powerful EQ: three-band with sweepable parametric mids on channels 1 and 2, three-band on 3 and 4, two-band on 5 – 8
- Built-in DSP effects with footswitch bypass control and Aux buss for external processing
- Multicolor LED metering for visual level feedback
- Main and headphone outputs with independent level controls
- Optional 16-bit depth and 44.1 or 48 kHz resolutions via USB
- Includes Cubase LE software for tracking and editing on your Mac or PC