MultiMix 4 USB FX is a four-channel desktop mixer with a USB digital audio interface that lets you mix live, in the home studio, and record audio directly to a computer. This article walks through a number of frequently asked questions about the MultiMix 4 USB FX.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I use the Alesis MultiMix 4 USB FX to record directly to my computer?
- Can I record each input channel to different tracks in my DAW?
- How do I install and authorize the included software?
- Where can I find additional setup tips?
- Where can I find further technical support?
Yes! The Alesis MultiMix 4 USB FX mixer has a USB connection that carries 2 channels of audio from the MAIN output channel of the mixer to your computer.
The Alesis MultiMix 4 USB FX send a stereo signal - a left and right channel signal - via USB to the computer. A single stereo signal or two mono channels (left and right) can be sent from the main output of the mixer to your computer via the USB connection.
The Alesis MultiMix 4 USB FX comes with Steinberg's Cubase 7 LE. To install and authorize the Cubase 7 LE software prgram that comes with your MultiMix mixer, follow the steps suggested at the article located here.
Most inquiries are resolved by a better understanding of gain staging as well as a better understanding of the various types of equipment found most commonly in a studio or live setup. The following links are to some very helpful articles to assist in creating a more full understanding of the type of equipment you have and how to best prepare for live sound or recording purposes.
- Gain Staging 101
- Gain Staging in your DAW software
- Gain Staging
- MIDI Basics - Common Terms Explained
- 32-bit vs 64-bit - Your Questions Answered
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