ART USBMIX4 Project Series 4-Channel Mixer and Computer Interface3Shure PGA48 Dynamic Vocal Microphone (XLR Cable)4Musicians Value MCrane1 Microphone Suspension Crane Arm5Samson SR350 Over-Ear Stereo Headphones (Special Edition Blue)Learn How to Record Audio for Video and FilmRead MoreBundled together by UNCUCO for your convenience, the ART USBMIX4 2-Person Podcasting Kit supplies essential items for podcasting with a friend. Two microphones, two desk-attachable boom arms, and two pairs of headphones are included, but the centerpiece of the kit is the mixer¡ªthe ART USBMIX4. This mixer gives you all the inputs and outputs you need for two people to podcast. It’s also an interface, so you can use it to record the resulting audio in your computer’s DAW. It will work in live applications too, so if your two-person podcast picks up a following, you can take your act on the road with this mixer.ART USBMIX4 Project Series 4-Channel Mixer and Computer InterfaceThe ART Project Series USBMIX4 is a mixer for microphones, instruments, and line-sources; it also doubles as a USB interface with assignable recording/playback sources. It can operate as a standalone mixer in the analog domain, as well as a one-stop shop for recording podcasts with up to two microphones. The USBMIX4 features two combination inputs that take both XLR and 1/4″ connections, allowing you to plug in a microphone, a high-impedance instrument, or a line level source. Two more input channels are provided for 1/4″ sources, and a 3.5mm auxiliary input for devices such as MP3 players, tablets, and more.On the output side, you¡¯re given two balanced, TRS 1/4″ jacks for your main mix, as well as TRS terminations for stereo and headphone outputs. If you prefer headphones with a 3.5mm connection point, a compatible jack is on hand for that particular purpose. Channel one sports switchable 48V phantom power, while channel two gives you an impedance switch for HI-Z instrument sources. Both channels give you a pad, gain pots, level pots, pan pots, and a two-band EQ.The mixer can be bus-powered when used with your computer, though in standalone applications, you can operate the USBMIX4 with the included adapter. The unit works with Mac and PC computers, providing class-compliant, plug-and-play compatibility and obviating the need to download any drivers. A USB cable is provided, as is Audacity¡ªsoftware to handle the recording, editing, and basic mixing of audio material.?Key Features at a GlanceLow-noise design2 x Combination XLR-1/4″ balanced XLR / unbalanced instrument inputs with switchable impedancesBalanced 1/4″ TRS inputs for stereo or mono line-level sources on CH31/4″ TRS output jacks work with balanced or unbalanced lines3.5mm TRS stereo Aux/MP3 inputStereo output, independent from the PC interface switchStereo 1/4¡± TRS headphone jack with independent level control for output monitoringIndependent controls for both sets of inputs, main output, and headphone monitorRed LED signal/clip indicator for channels 1 and 2Switchable assignment of USB playback to channels 1 and 2 or monitorAssignable USB record sourceUSB 2.0 compliant: no special drivers are needed with most modern versions of Windows or Mac OSUSB cable and Audacity recording software includedOperates on USB power or 5 VDC external power supply (included) effect plug-ins for which my pc not geared up.
All considered, I am quite pleased with my decision to purchase and have no regrets.Only Channel 1 has phantom power!!By AshleyRated 1 out of 5Date: 2020-09-01So you can NOT run both microphones at the same time. Kind of pointless to send two of everything in the package, and then you can only use ONE at a time! Pretty disappointed with this- if the mixer had phantom power on both channels, it would be a decent package.So far, so goodBy JamesRated 5 out of 5Date: 2019-07-03I bought this device in order to mix my acoustic guitar preamp, which requires phantom power, and my electric guitar. I can match the respective output levels and process a single signal or pan them stereo and process separately. Works perfectly for my application. Haven¡¯t used the USB interface. Not sure if I ever will. I was also surprised at how heavy it is. Time will tell how robust the components are, but the chassis is very solid and has the feel of piece of pro gear.See any errors on this page? Let us knowYOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS
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