Alesis iO Mix 4-Channel Mixer/Recorder for iPad £84.99 Delivered at Gear4Music [Includes 2 year warranty & 30 day money back guarantee]
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Alesis iO Mix 4-Channel Mixer/Recorder for iPad £84.99 Delivered at Gear4Music [Includes 2 year warranty & 30 day money back guarantee]

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Found 26th Apr 2017
Pretty cool! Something different this time Looks like for older iPads as can only see connector support for upto 4th gen iPads. BUT looking around, others have had them working with the later models as well. So well worth having a look around for your model. There is a 30 day money back guarantee too & a 2 year warranty, which is always a plus.

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Alesis iO Mix 4-Channel Mixer/Recorder for iPad Details
The Alesis iO Mix 4-Channel Mixer/Recorder is a highly versatile mixer and recording device that gives you the ability turn your iPad into a portable studio. The Alesis iO Mix allows you to record up to four channels at once, individually or as a stereo mix. The 4 mixer channels include pan and level controls, as well as High and Low EQ. The multi-touch colour iPad display provides extensive control, with a range of 4 XLR and 1/4'' combo inputs with individual low-cut filters and gain controls. The Alesis iO Mix also includes built-in Phantom Power for recording with condenser microphones, ideal for capturing vocals. The compact and highly portable design makes it ideal for musicians on the move.

Specifications

INPUTS:

XLR-1/4'' Combo jacks (x4)
Gain knobs (x4)
75 Hz Low-Cut Filter (x4)
Phantom Power switch (x2 - Channels 1-2; Channels 3-4)
Guitar Direct level switch (x1 - Channel 1)
Power Supply Input
OUTPUTS:

Main (Left, Right): 1/4'' TRS balanced
Headphone: 1/4" TRS stereo
Video: RCA composite
Includes:

iO Mix
Power supply
Apple 30-pin dock connector
Apple Lightning dock connector
Quickstart Guide
Safety & Warranty Manual

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Very diff Neo.. Heat added
I've voted this hot as I used to be a sound engineer in the early 90's, worked with a few famous faces but no point name dropping it's boring

I can't actually think of a credible use for this but I guess some one can make use of it. 4 channel hardware EQ? The 1960's was 50 years ago or so, good luck with it if you buy it, maybe the knobs can be reprogrammed although they're not rotary encoders so again that's a limited idea.
Oooh reminds me of the TASCAM 4 track from back in the 90's (well, for me) which took regular audio cassettes
plap

Oooh reminds me of the TASCAM 4 track from back in the 90's (well, for … Oooh reminds me of the TASCAM 4 track from back in the 90's (well, for me) which took regular audio cassettes



I had one of those too
fishmaster

I've voted this hot as I used to be a sound engineer in the early 90's, … I've voted this hot as I used to be a sound engineer in the early 90's, worked with a few famous faces but no point name dropping it's boring :)I can't actually think of a credible use for this but I guess some one can make use of it. 4 channel hardware EQ? The 1960's was 50 years ago or so, good luck with it if you buy it, maybe the knobs can be reprogrammed although they're not rotary encoders so again that's a limited idea.



Go on, tell us who. It's not boring.
SuffolkLad222

Go on, tell us who. It's not boring.



Nah he's right I worked for Robbie Williams management, worked and hung out with Bafta winners.. my extended circle of friends include a musician who started a band with a former member of The Jam, members of Massive Attack, Portishead, Cocteau Twins.. I turned down a recording deal offer from the La's manager, and I hung out with a relative of Brian Epstein. Just recently I was involved in a session at the recording studio where Plan B's first album was recorded. Brian Eno's brother just posted me a CD from the studio. I used to drink with Nico... but mentioning stuff like this is crass and boring, and if they are true friends you just don't name drop famous people so I'll probably just delete this post later.
JamesSmith

Nah he's right I worked for Robbie Williams management, worked and hung … Nah he's right I worked for Robbie Williams management, worked and hung out with Bafta winners.. my extended circle of friends include a musician who started a band with a former member of The Jam, members of Massive Attack, Portishead, Cocteau Twins.. I turned down a recording deal offer from the La's manager, and I hung out with a relative of Brian Epstein. Just recently I was involved in a session at the recording studio where Plan B's first album was recorded. Brian Eno's brother just posted me a CD from the studio. I used to drink with Nico... but mentioning stuff like this is crass and boring, and if they are true friends you just don't name drop famous people so I'll probably just delete this post later.



But it will be etched forever now I've commented on it
Thought it looked interesting but I've decided it's a bit gimmicky. Surely there are cheaper apps that do that sort of thing anyway?

Also will need a lightning adaptor and today's iPad are thinner and smaller so chances are it won't sit very snugly either.
gslgregory

Thought it looked interesting but I've decided it's a bit gimmicky. … Thought it looked interesting but I've decided it's a bit gimmicky. Surely there are cheaper apps that do that sort of thing anyway?Also will need a lightning adaptor and today's iPad are thinner and smaller so chances are it won't sit very snugly either.



How can an app give you hardware features like XLR ports?
gslgregory

Thought it looked interesting but I've decided it's a bit gimmicky. … Thought it looked interesting but I've decided it's a bit gimmicky. Surely there are cheaper apps that do that sort of thing anyway?Also will need a lightning adaptor and today's iPad are thinner and smaller so chances are it won't sit very snugly either.



​3M padded strips as per YouTube guide is all you need for a snug fit.
RoryJoe

How can an app give you hardware features like XLR ports?


I wouldn't know, but they've successfully converted many pieces of hardware into apps for the iPad. For example Korg, Korg Gadget, MS-20, M1, Ds-10, Electribe, Wavestation, Polysix, Kaossilator, Moog Model 15, Animoog, Filatron, VCS3, 808, ARP Odyssey have all been successfully ported to iOS apps from actual physical devices.
gslgregory

I wouldn't know, but they've successfully converted many pieces of … I wouldn't know, but they've successfully converted many pieces of hardware into apps for the iPad. For example Korg, Korg Gadget, MS-20, M1, Ds-10, Electribe, Wavestation, Polysix, Kaossilator, Moog Model 15, Animoog, Filatron, VCS3, 808, ARP Odyssey have all been successfully ported to iOS apps from actual physical devices.



I look forward to the day that you can plug a mic lead into an app. That would be well impressive.
gslgregory

I wouldn't know, but they've successfully converted many pieces of … I wouldn't know, but they've successfully converted many pieces of hardware into apps for the iPad. For example Korg, Korg Gadget, MS-20, M1, Ds-10, Electribe, Wavestation, Polysix, Kaossilator, Moog Model 15, Animoog, Filatron, VCS3, 808, ARP Odyssey have all been successfully ported to iOS apps from actual physical devices.



So you still need hardware, in a contrast from your post saying "Surely there are cheaper apps that do that sort of thing anyway?".
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