Roland Go:Mixer Audio Mixer for Smartphones
Roland Go:Mixer Audio Mixer for Smartphones - Ideal For Desktop And Mobile Use, Multiple Inputs
By DPD On 17th Dec 2018
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Compact, portable, and easy to use, GO:MIXER makes it simple to record high-quality audio in music videos and other video content created with your smartphone. Just plug in GO:MIXER to capture a pristine stereo soundtrack* directly to your video as you perform. With multiple inputs available, you can connect a mic, musical instruments, and media players and mix them all together live while you shoot. Instead of relying on your phone's noisy mono mic or recording external audio tracks that you have to sync later in a video editor, you can now record top-quality audio in one quick and easy step. GO:MIXER is the ideal solution for adding a pro sound touch to your social media videos, helping you get more views and attract more followers!
*GO:MIXER sends a stereo audio signal its USB output. However, some Android smartphones may automatically convert the signal to mono.
Super-Easy Audio Capture
With the great video quality of today's smartphones, capturing music performances and other types of video content has never been easier. However, recording a high-quality audio soundtrack along with a video has typically required complicated external gear and time-consuming editing in post-production. GO:MIXER's plug-and-play convenience enables you to capture outstanding audio in your videos in real time, letting you focus on performing instead of fussy technical details.
Connect and Mix Multiple Sound Sources
GO:MIXER allows you to combine five sources at once via inputs for a vocal mic, guitar, stereo keyboard, and two stereo line-level devices (such as music players, drum machines, etc.). Just set up your best live mix while monitoring the sound. With GO:MIXER, all your audio mixing needs are covered in one tiny box.
Ultra-Mobile Audio Companion
Measuring just 95 mm/3.75 inches square and 28 mm/1.1 inches deep, GO:MIXER is perfect for mobile use, and won't clutter your desktop space at home. It's powered by the connection to your smartphone, so no batteries are required. And no special drivers need to be installed on your phone either-just open the box, plug in, and go.
Better Sound Makes Your Music Shine
Music is all about sound, and having great audio quality in your music videos shows off your talents and helps you get noticed. GO:MIXER delivers ultra-clean stereo digital audio with no background noise to disturb your performances. If you've only been using your phone's built-in audio for your music videos, you'll notice a difference immediately when using GO:MIXER!
Sing Along With Your Favorite Tunes
If you're a vocalist who wants to sing along with your music collection, GO:MIXER has you covered. Simply connect a music player to GO:MIXER, and then enable the convenient Center Cancel function to reduce the volume of the main vocal in any song you play.
Take Vlogs and Other Web Videos to the Next Level
Even if your videos aren't focused on music, GO:MIXER will help you create better productions. Vlogs, reviews, tutorials, and other content also benefit from quality sound, bringing professional credibility to your presentations. With the ability to mix narration, bumper music, and other sources live with pristine audio, GO:MIXER lets you produce great-sounding videos quickly and efficiently. Features • Palm-sized audio mixer for smartphones.
• Ideal for both desktop and mobile use.
• Multiple inputs-connect a mic, musical instruments, and media players.
• Plug and play-ready for immediate use right out of the box.
• Connection cables for iOS and Android devices included.
• Powered from the smartphone connection; no batteries or AC adapter required.
• Center Cancel function for karaoke-style singing.
|Computer Interface Type||USB 2|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||8|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||2|
|Mic Preamps (Max)|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)|
|Sample Rate (Max)|
|Dynamic Range||N/A dB|
|Connections (Output)||1 x 3.5mm (1/8") Stereo Mini Jack|
|Dimensions (mm)||95 x 28 x 95mm WxHxD|
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