Record, Mix... Do It All from Here!
Have each band member plug a microphone or instrument into a myMix, then network myMixes together via Ethernet. After that, you're in the driver's seat, with 100% control over how much you hear of each signal coming through your myMix. Hearing the entire band clearly has never been so really simple! The musician-friendly myMix lets you name each channel, so if you want to adjust the level of your guitar or the vocalist, you don't have to memorize a channel number... just look for the name. To get the sound just right, you can solo and mute channels, adjust the tone, pan the signal from left to right, and naturally control the volume. You can even go with how much reverb or delay you give each signal!
And if you dig what you hear, make sure you have an SD card useful, as each myMix has an SD card slot available (it works with standard SD, microSD, and SDHC cards). Just push the record button and you can capture multitrack audio of the whole band at full volume for mixing later. At the same time, you'll also be recording a copy of your customized myMix stereo mix. Connect the SD card to your computer after the show and mix down all the tracks using your favorite production software — or find the stereo feed you already dialed in and quickly share it with fans on your website. In fact, every myMix can record at the same time, so you have multiple stereo feeds to go with from. Plus, you can name your recordings, right on each myMix, so it'll be simple to find the one you want. Why not use a myMix as your regular mixer, and have the person running sound at the gig use the myMix to feed the main PA, while recording exactly what the audience heard coming through it? You have a lot of possibilities with myMix.
And remember, if you love the mix you have going on, you can absolutely save it and recall it. The myMix lets you store plenty of user profiles, so if you play with multiple bands throughout the week, you don't have to waste time resetting your mix every time!
Let's take a look at the ins and outs on the myMix, so you know just what you have available. On each unit, there are two combination microphone/line ins. For example, you can run two microphones over the drum kit, plug in a stereo feed of your keyboard, put a microphone or two on your guitar cabinet, or use the newest amp modeler to get your tone into myMix. Thanks to the available phantom power, you can use dynamic and condenser microphones with myMix. By the way, you can tell your myMix whether you're using the inputs as dual mono or stereo, so your bandmates can control how they hear you more easily. As for outputs, the myMix has two 1/4" outs — left and right. Use these to feed your wireless in-ear system, a wedge monitor, or the main PA. When you're feeding headphones, you'll love using your myMix to keep the noise down at rehearsals.
The last two connectors on the myMix are Ethernet and power. And believe it or not, you can even power your myMix over Ethernet using the right switcher and cable. That way, you can avoid using the included power supply and use just one cable to power and network your myMix. For total convenience, Movek included a microphone stand adapter with every myMix. Just connect it to your myMix and you can put your personal monitor control system within simple reach onstage and at practices.
Every musician who practices and performs deserves to hear clearly — and with myMix, you get to steer that personal sound toward perfection. Get started practicing more effectively and get used to hitting the stage with the kind of confidence only a clean, clear monitor mix can give you — transform your hitting the stage experience with the Movek myMix!
Movek myMix Networked Personal Mixer and Multitrack Recorder Features at a Glance:
- Personal Mixer with Network Support for Multiple myMixes
- Multitrack recorder can capture up to 8 independent stereo mixes
- Slot for recording to SD media — microSD, SD, and SDHC cards
- Musician-friendly design lets you name each channel
- Save user profiles for instant, easy recall
- Can control level, pan, and effects for each channel
- Records up to 18 tracks of 24-bit, 48kHz time-stamped WAV files
- Features two mic/line inputs (dual mono or stereo operation)
- Features two 1/4" outputs for feeding an in-ear system, stage wedge, or PA
- Built-in headphone jack
- 4-band Master EQ for fine-tuning overall sound
- Network multiple myMix units via Ethernet
- Can be powered over Ethernet or via included power supply
- Includes a microphone stand adapter for easy mounting