Soundcraft Ui12 Remote-controlled Digital Mixer

12-channel Software-controlled Digital Mixer for iOS/Android/Mac/PC/Linux Devices with 4 Combi Preamps, 4 XLR Preamps, Integrated Wi-Fi, 2 Aux Sends, and Onboard Digital Effects
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Digital Mixer That's Perfect for Live Gigs

The musician-friendly 12-channel Soundcraft Ui12 digital mixer has tons of features and powerful wireless control options, all at an affordable price. Each channel sports a 4-band EQ, compressor, de-esser, and access to award-winning Lexicon and dbx signal processing. The Ui12's built-in Wi-Fi lets you use any device with an HTML5-capable browser to control every aspect of this mixer. No app is needed, and you don't have to worry about OS limitations — use any phone, tablet, or computer! It's never been easier to take control of your mix than with Soundcraft's Ui12 digital mixer.

Connect and Control with Any Device

Take control of this digital mixer with any device

Soundcraft built Wi-Fi into the portable and compact Ui12 digital mixer. You don't need a router or other fancy device — this mixer has it all. Any device that can connect via Wi-Fi and has a browser can take control of the Ui12. That's right, no apps, no worrying about OS issues, just connect to the mixer and take control. Use your phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. Soundcraft's Ui12 can connect up to 10 devices at the same time, so the band can take control of their own mixes and volumes. The Ui12's software gives you full input and output processing on each channel. You also get control of the effects parameters, buses, Shows/Snapshots, and much more. A handy Ethernet port lets you take wired control of this digital mixer via your computer or laptop. The Soundcraft Ui12 makes connecting to and taking control of your mix easier than ever!

  • Integrated Wi-Fi connects up to 10 devices simultaneously
  • Complete control via your HTML5-compatible browser — no app needed
  • Ethernet for wired connections

Lexicon, dbx, and DigiTech Processing

Onboard signal processing gives you a professional sound

Soundcraft Ui12 digital mixers incorporate Lexicon effects, dbx signal processing, and DigiTech amp/stompbox modeling. Fully adjustable parameters mean you can tweak each effect to your heart's content. You get three dedicated effects buses that feature award-winning Lexicon effects including reverbs, delay, and chorus. Each channel has dbx compression, de-essing, and noise gating built in and ready to use, plus a powerful real-time frequency analyzer (RTA). The two hi-Z inputs feature DigiTech's amp and stompbox modeling with tons of amp, cabinet, and effects choices. Soundcraft's Ui12 digital mixer has all of the signal processing and effects you need to give your performance a professional sound.

  • Award-winning delays and reverbs from Lexicon
  • DigiTech amp/stompbox modeling for perfect guitar sounds
  • Every channel has dbx signal processing

Fights Feedback Automatically

The dbx AFS2 feedback system kills feedback dead

The Soundcraft Ui12's dbx AFS2 feedback suppressor boasts dbx's updated Advanced Feedback Suppression algorithm. The AFS2 listens to the incoming signal and can anticipate problem frequencies before feedback even begins. You won't hear it working, and you won't notice any sonic difference with it in your signal chain. Live sound engineers at Sweetwater know that even if you're an expert at tuning your sound system, cramped stage conditions or careless performers always have the potential of introducing feedback. The built-in dbx AFS2 feedback suppressor system in the Soundcraft Ui12 is like getting sonic insurance for your live sound.

  • 2-channel feedback suppressor
  • Updated AFS algorithms respond fast and transparently

It's a Soundcraft

The options and flexibility you need for any gig

As befitting any Soundcraft digital mixer, the Ui12 units give you innovative connection options, killer audio quality, and industry-standard Lexicon and dbx signal processing. With prodigious processing power, bulletproof reliability, impressive flexibility, amazing ease of use, and a surprisingly friendly price tag, Ui12 digital mixers are an outstanding value. And once you dial in the perfect sound, you can save it for instant recall at a later date. Exactly what you'd expect from Soundcraft.

  • Compact package that will fit on any stage
  • Solid construction and design to handle heavy gigging
  • All the effects and functionality you need for any performance

Additional Media

Live Mixer Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Digital
Channels 12
Inputs - Mic Preamps 4 x XLR/TRS, 4 x XLR
Inputs - Other 1 x Stereo (RCA)
Outputs - Main 2 x XLR, 2 x TRS
Outputs - Other 2 x XLR
Data I/O Ethernet
Headphones 2 x 1/4"
EQ Bands 4-band Parametric
Effects Yes
Rackmountable No
Height 7"
Depth 3.3"
Width 12.6"
Weight 5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 5056217

Customer Reviews

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Great for My Use

I use this mixer primarily for relatively small gatherings. It's quick and easy to setup. I can attend a dinner where there is a speaker(s) and/or 1- 5 entertainers. I can set it up without having to run cables across the floor where they'd be in the way. Then I can sit anywhere in the room and control the audio without being obvious. It works great.

Great little piece of gear

The Soundcraft Ui12 is a terrific little piece of gear. At $300 you simply can’t beat it.This is the first digital mixer I’ve used, though I have extensive experience using the digital mixer in Sonar and other recording applications, and I found the software mixer to be very easy to use, very intuitive. I spent about half an hour going over the manual, and from then on in I hardly had to look anything up. Effects sound good, controls worked smoothly on my iPad and there was plenty of room to work. Controls were a bit small on my 7" tablet and my phone. Playback from an attached flash drive never stuttered. On my wish list is a way to manipulate the songs (rearrange them) on the flash drive while it’s attached to the unit.The preamps are about what you would expect for a piece of gear in this price range. I’m used to my True Precision 8, and these preamps are certainly noisier. If very quiet preamps are necessary for your job, I’d plan on using an external ones.All in all, hauling this little five-pound piece of gear and an iPad means that I don’t have to haul my reverb, eq, and compressor rack, my mixer, my snake, my playback device, my recorder, and quite a few cables. I’m not tied to the mix position. I can discreetly mix from anywhere in the hall. Bottom line: great performance at a couple hundred less pounds, more room in the car, shorter set-up time, and a lot less hassle. $300 sufficiently replaces a couple thousand bucks worth of gear.Note that the latest firmware upgrade (as of 7/5/2016) allows the unit to record onto a flash drive (even when a flash drive is in place for playback).The unit acts as its own hotspot, and reviewers have listed trouble with the unit’s signal not being very strong. Anticipating this might be a problem, I replaced the small antenna that comes with the unit with a 7dbi amplified antenna I had on hand. I didn’t have a problem with signal strength at all, though I have only worked in smaller venues.

Soundcraft ui12

Nice for small gig, very powerful piece of technology.
Music background: Sound tech

perfect intro to digital mixing

First digital mixer I own and I'm loving the features a digital mixing. I use it at church hardwired + hotspot to a MacBook pro and I've not yet lost signal in about 1.5 months of use. I also have three other devices connected to it via hotspot. Hotspot range is limited to about 45-65 foot radius depending on its proximity to walls and such.Any device that uses an HTML browser can connect to the mixer via its hotspot or with an external router. I use in tandem OS, Windows, Android, and iOS with no issues.Plus its super portable compared to my 32 channel Mackie+case. If you don't need more than 4 trs inputs or more than 8 MIC ins, get this mixer.The only downside I can think of is not having any buttons to move on command like an analog board but that should be obvious and not much of a problem since we live with our button-less devices anyways.
Music background: drummer, 11 years exp.

Soundcraft Ui12 is the bomb!

I bought the digital mixer to condense some equipment use in small area venues. After going from analog to digital, I've come to learn the ease in setup and all the great features involved in the small but mighty Soundcraft Ui12. I do weekend gigs by myself using keyboards, guitars, vocals and background tracks, and the Ui12 fits my bill to the "T". My time is limited for setup due to having a normal daytime job and running from there to the venue. The Ui12 is easy and fast to get up and running and all my settings are preset for each venue I play. Great product!
Music background: Playing professional from 1970 to 2000 then doing weekends since!
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