Alesis MultiMix 8 USB FX Mixer with Effects

8-channel Mixer with USB Connection and Onboard Effects
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Mix and Record with Built-in Effects!

The Alesis MultiMix 8 USB FX compact tabletop mixer gives you low-noise analog electronics and high-quality digital effects, all in one affordable package. Thanks to its USB port, the MultiMix 8 USB FX delivers better-than-CD-quality direct computer-based recording. The MultiMix 8 USB FX features four high-gain mic/line preamps, each equipped with switchable highpass filters and capable of outputting 48-volt phantom power. A 3-band EQ with sweepable parametric mids allows you to fine-tune inputs 1 and 2, and input 2 has a 1/4" direct input for streamlined guitar and bass recording. And hooking the MultiMix 8 USB FX up to your computer is easy! It's 100% class compliant, so there are no drives to fuss with. Just plug it in and get ready to record. Alesis even includes a copy of Steinberg's Cubase LE, so you can start recording right away!

Alesis MultiMix 8 USB FX Mixer Features at a Glance:
  • 8-channel mixer with mic-, line-, and guitar-level inputs
  • 4 XLR inputs, each with with gain trim, switchable highpass filter, and 48V phantom power
  • 3-band EQ with sweepable parametric mids on channels 1 and 2, 3-band on 3 and 4, and 2-band on 5-8
  • 16-bit/44kHz and 16-bit/48kHz stereo USB output for easy recording and playback from your computer
  • 1/4" line-level inputs for instruments and a high-impedance guitar input for direct-connecting guitars
  • 16 built-in DSP effects with footswitch bypass control and an aux bus for external processing
  • Multicolor LED metering for visual-level feedback
  • Main and headphone outputs with independent level controls
  • Class-compliant, plug-and-play USB for Mac and PC interface
  • Includes Cubase LE software
For a streamlined mixing and recording solution, check out the Alesis MultiMix 8 USB FX!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 8
Inputs - Mic Preamps 4 x XLR
Inputs - Line 4 x TRS (CH 1-4), 4 x TS (CH 5-6), 2 x RCA (Tape), 1 x Hi-Z (CH 2)
Inputs - Other 2 x Inserts (CH 1-2)
Outputs - Main 2 x TRS (Main), 2 x TRS (Monitor)
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA (Tape)
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Send/Return I/O 1 x Send, 2 x Return
Phantom Power 4
EQ Bands 3-band/Sweepable Mids (CH 1-2), 3-band (CH 3-4), 2-band (CH-5-8)
Aux Sends 1 x Pre/1 x FX Post (Per Channel)
Channel Inserts Yes (CH 1-2)
Effects Yes
Computer Connectivity 1 x USB 1.1 (16-bit/48kHz)
Height 3.25"
Width 10.25"
Depth 10.75"
Weight 4.9 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MM8 USB FX

Customer Reviews

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Very clean with no noise

I have been using the earlier version of this mixer with the stainless metal top platform for 5+years. Never have I had any problem with noise from the preamps and crystal clear outputs. This has been one of the best investments in the Alesis mixer that I have enjoyed. I have used this mixer in recording applications, and again never having any noise.
Music background: Audio engineer, BSEET, AAS in electronics, musician, recording, BSBM

Does what I need

I use this for a couple of purposes, but mainly as an interface to control the sound output from my DAW and computer. Sometimes when I'm practicing vocals I'll run a mic through it also, and the tone quality and reverb sound great. It does what I need and was the right item for me, again per recommendation by my Sweetwater sales associate.
Music background: pro guitarist, vocalist, entertainer

Ok for starters

This was my first "audio interface" that i ever purchased once i hopped onto the audio scene. When i first bought it, i knew it wasnt top of the line but i knew it wasnt all that bad, atleast i though, anyway i recently upgraded interfaces and preamps and what a difference. This Multimix gives alot of noise, no matter what, ive tried noise isolators, different ground hum power conditioners and nothing seemed to help with the preamp and monitor buzz. Dont get my wrong, its a good starter interface, but only if you're not concerned with sound quality
Music background: Recording Engineer, Producer
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