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Quick Links. Download this manual. Reference Manual. Table of Contents. Interface device for the alesis adat 8-track digital audio tape recorder 92 pages. Usb midi controller and stereo audio interface pages. Page 4 Connections and settings for USB2. Page 5 Audio playback or recording stutters or drops out Page 6 Table Of Contents Page 7: Introduction Introduction Welcome!
Since , we've been designing and building creative tools for the audio community. We believe in our products, because we've heard the results that creative people like you have achieved with them. Page 8: About The Multimix Usb2. While it's a good idea to read through the entire manual once carefully, those having general knowledge about mixing should use the table of contents to look up specific functions. We designed the MultiMix to be both powerful and easy enough to use that even a beginner can quickly pick up the basics.
Page 12 Introduction This page intentionally left blank. Here are some simple but important guidelines: For the mic inputs, use XLR cables. This output can carry several different signals, depending on which source you have selected in the master section of the mixer. In its lowest position the signal is cut off completely, and in the uppermost position you get an additional 10dB of gain.
In the 0 position the fader is at unity gain. The level of this signal is represented by the LED meters. They are very versatile, allowing you to view the signal level of the main mix, individual channels both pre- and post-fader and aux returns depending on which signal you have routed to the control room mix. You should always connect your power supply to the mixer before you plug the power supply into an electrical outlet. We recommend that you experiment with these effects to get a good feel for how they can improve your mixes Effects Section Components Program Selection Knob If you do not do so, your computer may not recognize the device.
Page Usb2. We strongly suggest that you disable these sounds. Page 36 USB2. For now, begin with an empty file. Page 38 USB2.
Choose a directory here. Now, you have a blank project. If your view is similar to that shown below, the Inspector is active. If you do not see all of the information on the left- hand side, the Inspector is not active. Page 40 USB2. Note that using direct monitoring causes a small delay as the digital audio is being processed. Page Using The Multimix Usb2. Choosing the MultiMix as your audio device Page 44 USB2. Click on each input pair and also on the output pair to make them available to Sonar.
For each audio track that you want to record, click on the input section of the track and select the MultiMix channel that you want. Record-enable the tracks to be recorded first arrow. Symptoms No sound from the mixer. Audio signal is distorted. Cause Mixer is not plugged in or turned on. Faders are too low. Control room level is too low. Page 48 Troubleshooting: non-USB2. Microphone level is too low. No or low sound from a channel. Too much low-level noise in the mix.
Interference from appliances such as air conditioners. Not using TRS cables. Phantom power is not turned on. Replace with correct power supply only use Alesis- recommended AC output power supply. Page 50 Troubleshooting: non-USB2. Page 52 Troubleshooting: USB2. Page 56 Block Diagrams An audio protocol developed by Steinberg and used by multiple audio software manufacturers.
These allow the addition of external effects and other audio sources. The part of your mixer or other device that manipulates an audio signal by lowering the level of some frequencies and increasing the levels of others. Page 59 effects.
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