Reviews and Problems with Alesis MultiMix 8 USB 2.0
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A good value table top mixer for it's price.
17 April 2012
Excerpt: I'll be honest here, it's actually my husband rather than I who owns this piece of equipment, but that hasn't stopped me having experience of using it both when testing things out at home, and when I've been along to gigs with him and helped with the set up. This was bought second hand for a little under £80, primarily to be used with a karaoke set up. The idea being that it was small enough to be easily portable, but had enough features to make it worthwhile having.
Good mixer, but might as well get the Firewire one
30 July 2009
Excerpt: I used to have the USB version, but for the money, it didnt provide enough for me!!! I soon after upgraded to the firewire version which was much better. The USB version is a basic mixer layout, with gain, EQ, 2 aux sends (although one has to be used for FX if you use them) and pan. The 100 built in effects are a good feature and do help.
If you need to add some pro-level audio into your computer, this could be it
22 September 2008
Excerpt: I am not going to claim to having used this product to its full capability, but I have now had this unit for around four months and wanted to share my experience. This was purchased for £179 from Absolute Music, which I thought was a very good price. I run my own website at www.geekanoids.co.uk and produce a lot of video reviews. For a long time I had wanted to improve the sound quality, so looking at USB interfaces for my Apple Mac was quite a task.