You can mix your live performance right from your chair with a small, unobtrusive mixer on a stand right next to you. This is super useful if you are making use of your digital mixer's recording interface to capture your live performance.
Our friendly Sales Engineers have all the specs and a ton of hands-on experience with our live sound gear. The Pro Heavy Duty XS-YMTF5DHW Pro quality ATA-style flight road gig case is designed to fit the Yamaha TF5 Studio Mixer Console.
The XS-YMTF5DHW Yamaha TF5 Studio Mixer Console case is constructed with our rigid and durable Signature 3/8" Certified Gig-Ready Series Plywood, It's also equipped with four durable rubber 4" wheels, of which two can lock. This hard case is reinforced steel ball corners to provide extra protection making it a great choice, whether you're on the road gig to gig, or flying show to show. It also has a Doghouse providing convenient space to keep cables and small accessories out of sight and safe, as well as a low front panel so you can easily access your inputs.
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Portable Karaoke Microphone Mixer System Set, with Dual UHF Wireless Mic, HDMI & AUX In/Out for Karaoke, Home Theater, Amplifier, Speaker It is ideal for DJ music & house party that you can easily enjoy the fun of instant karaoke.
Arrow_forward simple Parameter SettingSimple interface features 5 rotary dials for swiftly adjust the volume of your music, mic, echo, and tone to your desired level. Arrow_forward great CompatibilityDevice compatible with TV, Blu-ray player, desktop computer, laptop, iPad, tablets, smartphone, DVD player, home theater system, receiver, speaker etc.
Arrow_forward Pad switch on mono inputs for managing loud sources The mid EQ center frequency can be continuously swept from 250 Hz through 5 kHz so you can precisely pinpoint frequencies in the critical midrange that require compensation, providing significantly enhanced equalization potential.
All you need to create a powerful, high-performance live sound system is the EMX5016CF, a pair of speakers or two, and your sources. But it does feature a range of inputs and outputs that allow it to be expanded with external gear or integrated into larger systems.
And although you have all the monitor power and effects you're likely to need built in, external AUX and EFFECT sends allow you to route the mixer's signals to external signal processing and/or monitor systems as required. The EMX5016CF features compressors on all monaural microphone/line channels that can help to make vocals ride the mix better, give you that smooth compressed guitar sound, deliver more punchy bass, and generally refine your mixes in a multitude of ways.
This advanced digital 9-band stereo graphic equalizer goes way beyond conventional analog types with a refined control interface, instant-recall presets, and user memory locations. It also works with the console's innovative Frequency Response Correction system (see below) for unprecedented response-shaping control.
Setting a live sound system's output equalizer to optimally match room response is normally a complicated process requiring noise generators, calibrated microphones, real-time analyzers, and a great deal of time and experience. The EMX5016CF handles the entire process automatically, using either pink noise or a recorded music source you supply.
To precisely match the system's response to the room you're in all you need to do is set up a microphone in an appropriate location, connect it to channel 1, press MEASURE/CORRECT once to make the measurement, and then again to automatically set the graphic equalizer for optimized response. The EMX5016CF “Maximizer” is an advanced 3-band compressor that can be applied to the stereo bus for a more punchy “up-front” overall sound.
Simply press the MAXIMIZE switch to instantly give the mix more presence and impact without sacrificing musical subtlety. The availability of two AUX sends provides considerable flexibility for effect and monitor routing.
Gain controls and 26-dB pad switches allow optimum level matching with just about any source. 80-Hz high pass filters for elimination of unwanted low frequency noise and rumble.
Kalgoorlie, WA, Australia Whether you are a professional musician, an enthusiast or even a complete beginner who doesn’t know where on earth to start, we are here to help you on your musical journey and to share our own experiences and expertise.
The problem with having an ever-growing selection of instruments, tools and sound sources in your studio is that it can be hard to keep everything active and ready to use. Particularly if you employ a standard USB audio interface, where you may only have a couple of inputs to record your tracks.
Here we will run through a selection of analogue and digital mixers and mixing desks to ensure you can record multiple sources at once. Some favor traditional simplicity, while others incorporate ingenious tricks to unlock the full potential of your gear.
Choosing the best home studio mixer or mixing desk is a challenge, not least because they come in all different shapes and sizes. What works for a solo artist looking to record a microphone and electric guitar will likely not fit the bill for more expansive setups.
That being said, quality rises to the top and in the Allen & Heath Jedi 10FX there is a mixer which hits a nice balance between classic mixing capabilities and modern ways of working. The mic preamps sound great for the price, and the USB connectivity means it will have a good few years in it yet.
An avalanche of faders, knobs and dials, all ready and waiting to take your audio and do magical things with it. Unfortunately, as we know, when you add the words ‘vintage’ and ‘audio gear’ together you can sometimes end up with ‘expensive and sometimes unreliable’.
When you’re looking for a mixer or mixing desk for a home studio, it’s likely because you face a fairly common musical predicament; too many audio sources, not enough places to send them. This could be because you’re a solo producer, with loads in the way of instruments, samplers, microphones and otherwise, or because you’re a band looking to record multiple things at the same time.
Our list of the best home studio mixers and mixing desks will highlight the options available to you today, whatever your budget or requirements. The latest update to Ash’s long-running analogue ZED series bundles 4×4 USB interface alongside GSPR boutique preamps and onboard effects for a powerful studio ready solution.
The GSPR preamps are super quiet and have bags of headroom, and all mic inputs include a 100Hz low cut filter alongside 3 band fixed frequency EQs. Go Mixer Pro is also a 2 in 2 out USB interface (iOS, Android, Windows and OS X compatible) and can be bus or battery powered.
(Image credit: Art Pro Audio) Valve flavor enhances this compact stylish design Art’s 5 channel mini mixer includes 2 mic, 2 line and 1 Hi-Z instrument input with optional amp simulator effect.
There are 4 mixer strips (3 mono and 1 stereo) and all include 3 band EQs, 2 auxiliary sends and pan. All told it’s a stylish desk and an ideal all-in-one solution for small studio set-ups.
Regardless, it’s likely bands will require something more substantial for recording full performances, demos or jam sessions. We’ve all done the classic ‘one mic in the middle of the room’ recordings at some point, and dreamt of being able to exercise more control.
Further, options include selectable PRE and after fade solo, two headphone outputs and a stereo in/out tape loop on photo connectors. The 1642 VLZ4 is a traditional analogue desk with no Day interfacing, but delivers a clean signal path, solid Mackie build quality and is ideal for recording small groups.
With 16 Midas designed mic pres, 17 100 mm motorized faders, 32 channel USB Day I/O and onboard effects, you’re getting lots for your money and in a pretty compact footprint. What’s more, despite its potential complexity, the X32 Producer’s simple layout incorporating global physical controls for channel strip gain, dynamics and EQ make it easy to use.
Quality analogue design, Sound craft heritage EQ and familiar layout form the basis of this surprisingly affordable recording desk. Add in multi track USB interfacing on the MTV version (24 in 22 out) and things step up quite considerably.
These incorporate 16 Ghost preamps, Sound craft’s 4-band Sapphire EQ and dB limiters on the first 8 channel strips. Long throw 100 mm faders help if feel like a professional desk, and overall the Signature 22 MTV is ideal for tracking multiple mic set-ups such as bands.
Yamaha ’s long-established 01V96i digital mixer offers familiarity and flexibility alongside versatile onboard processing and 16 channels of USB I/O. Clean, great-sounding audio capability, flexible routing and high-quality internal effects mean the 01V96i remains a great performer.
Each of the 16 inline channel strips includes a Class-A Ancient mic PRE and dedicated monitor/Day return. There are also subgroup faders for the first 8 routing groups, and a traditional Via mix bus compressor.
(Image credit: Rode) Step up your podcasting game with this ace little mixer To show that not every home studio recording setup involves music, we present to you the Rode Forecaster Pro.
In a real sign of the times, we have in the Forecaster Pro a dedicated podcast mixing desk with plenty of tricks of its own. We particularly loved the eight programmable pads, which can be used to instantly fire off sound effects or jingles, while the visual interface on top shows clearly how the audio input levels are performing.
It’s perhaps not going to find its place in many music studios, but the Rode Forecaster Pro is a quality choice for pod casters.