KMI - K Mix USB Audio Interface / Digital Mixing Desk
Keith McMillen K-Mix - Definitely Not Your Grandmas Mixer!
K-Mix is our newest innovation: an unbreakable, 8-in/10-out audio interface and programmable mixer. K-Mix features 2 ultra-accurate, high-efficiency low noise µPre preamps, and a precision opto-tactile control surface that was designed from the ground up for an unprecedented level of control. We’ve made super clean audio more accessible, so you can focus on the music.
K-Mix is a go-anywhere, fully-programmable, audio multi-tool that can meet all your needs as an artist, whether you’re in the studio or on the road. With no moving parts, K-Mix can be transported in a backpack without the fear of snapping off a fader or knob, while still giving you unrivaled audio quality, mixer functionality, and control.
K-Mix is a pro-quality USB audio interface with transparent µPre preamps for quality recording in the studio or on the stage.
K-Mix is a fully programmable mixer that features flexible routing, per-channel DSP, and can function without a computer.
K-Mix features an unbreakable precision opto-tactile control surface designed from the ground up to command any DAW.
"I needed a very special mixer that did not exist - a fully programmable MIDI controlled ultra high quality portable mixer. To play live in a group without a sound-man, not having a mixer that could do all of this was heart breaking. K-Mix had to be capable of tying all of my needs together, from live inputs to USB interfaces, and operate as a fully programmable stage mixer." - Keith McMillen
More information can be found in the User Manual below:
• USB Bus Powered
• Ultra-Low Noise µPre™ Preamps
• High-End AKM Converters
• 32-bit Floating Point Signal Path
• 8-in/10-out Audio
• Per Channel DSP
• Flexible Routing
• Standalone Quad 5.1, 7.1 and Octo Surround Mixer
• Onboard Preset Storage
• No Computer Required
• Ultra-Sensitive Precision Rotaries and Faders
• User Assignable MIDI Controls
• Light Weight and Portable
• Rugged Construction, No Moving Parts
|Computer Interface Type|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||8|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||8|
|Mic Preamps (Max)|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)|
|Sample Rate (Max)||
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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