Alesis MultiMix 4 USBItem ID: MultiMix4USB
4-channel Desktop Mixer and Stereo 16-bit/44.1kHz USB Audio Interface with 2 XLR Microphone Preamplifiers with Selectable 48V Phantom Power, 4 x 1/4" Inputs, 2 x 1/4" Outputs, and 1 x 1/4" Headphone Output - Mac/PC
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Mixer and Interface in One!Alesis's MultiMix 4 USB is an excellent tool for recording podcasts, sketching song ideas, tracking movie voiceovers, and more - not only is it a 4-channel desktop mixer, but it's also a stereo USB audio interface. Via its array of inputs, you can record 16-bit/44.1kHz audio into your computer. The Alesis MultiMix 4 USB has two phantom-power-switchable microphone/line channels with gain, equalization, pan, and level controls. Its third and fourth channels are a stereo line pair. For monitoring, you can use the MultiMix 4 USB's stereo outputs or headphone output.
Alesis MultiMix 4 USB at a Glance:
Record with it at home, gig with it at the show
The Alesis MultiMix 4 USB has a small footprint, but a lot of functionality. Not only is it a gig-ready 4-channel mixer, but it's also a USB audio interface, providing an easy path to stereo computer recording at 16-bit/44.1kHz resolution. With flexible inputs and outputs and an affordable price, podcasters, video editors, a home recording enthusiasts will find a great creative partner with the portable MultiMix 4 USB.
2 XLR microphone inputs with equalization controls
Alesis packed the MultiMix 4 USB with the right complement of inputs and outputs to handle most small-format recording tasks. On channels one and two, there are two XLR microphone inputs - with switchable phantom power - plus controls, including gain, pan, and level, and a 2-band EQ. Both the first and second channels feature a 1/4" line input as well, and the first channel's 1/4" input can be switched to instrument level, so you can record your guitar or bass directly. The MultiMix 4 USB's Channel 3/4 features stereo line inputs, with a joint pan and level control. And, monitoring on the mixer comes either via its 1/4" Left/Right outputs or its stereo 1/4" headphone output. The headphone output has its own level control.
Alesis MultiMix 4 USB Features:
The Alesis MultiMix 4 USB combines handy USB recording with a portable, gig-ready mixer!
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Reviewsbased on 8 reviews
grate deal better customer service
by fromThis product is perfect for.what Iuse it for. I originally ordered a different item and it was out of. Stock but there grate customer service rep call me to let me know it was out of stop and help... read more [+]ed me pick this item.out that was better than the original item close [-]
March 29, 2013
Music Background: online radio
Alesis Multimix 4 USB
by Eric from Jackson, MichiganIt's a great product. It allows me to record guitar riffs for songwriting. I would recommend it to any songwriter at any level. You will be suprise with the quality.
October 31, 2012
Music Background: Songwriter/Guitarist/Hobbyist
I love this mixer!
by Don Dally from Carmel, CAWith this mixer, I don't have to constantly plug and unplug the 1/8th" jack on the back of my iMac which had become intermittent at best. I can also plug my keyboard into it. It's easy to use and th... read more [+]e sound is clean. close [-]
March 27, 2012
Music Background: Professional musician, music teacher, musical director for theater.
Small Package, Big Bang
by Jay Egeler from Jackson, Mi.I have been looking for a tool like this. I needed something small that I can use with my home recording system and double in a live situation. I'm doing a small acoustic setup using my Peavey acous... read more [+]tic amp and patching the MultiMix into the Mic/Line input which gives me up to 4 channels thru the amp along with the guitar input. So in all, I have 5 channels in my amp. I'm doing a small acoustic gig and I wanted to use 2 mics and guitar and still have room for someone to plug in and jam. The amp has all the effects I need and I can literally walk in with everything in one trip. I'm also using a Digitech Vocalist for my main mic which really gives me a lot of sound in a small setup. All of this, because of the Alesis MultiMix4 made it possible....for $79. close [-]
October 15, 2012
Music Background: Long time Bar Band Warrior and Overall Gear Idiot
Versatility on a budget
by Ricky R. from NYCCheap enough to be used for monitoring in non-critical areas such as conference rooms. Useful as an interface for instrumentals to computer recordings, although I would like to have had a better meter... read more [+]ing solution (but you do get what you pay for), it's a trade-off I accepted. I already have 2 in place and now, I'm considering getting a 3rd as a floater. So if I can figure out how to attach batteries to this... close [-]
May 2, 2011
Music Background: Tech Support
Johlene, Richmond, KY