Alesis iO Mix Turns Your iPad Into A 4-Channel Recording Studio

Mar 21st, 2012 | By | Category: Apple iPad, Audio Podcasting, Podcasting

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Alesis has introduced the iO Mix, a new docking station that turns your iPad into a 4-Channel recording studio.

The Alesis iO Mix lets you mix and record four channels of audio directly into GarageBand or other compatible Core Audio apps, turning the iPad into a multitouch portable studio.

Around the back, iO Mix lets you connect microphones, instruments, speakers, headphones and more to your iPad, which could make it a great audio podcasting workstation.

Features:

  • The world’s first mixer/multi-channel interface for iPad
  • Mix and record up to four channels, or a stereo mix into your iPad
  • Works with mics, instruments, speakers, headphones, video monitors and projectors
  • Four combo XLR-1/4″ input channels, each with trim, channel gain, pan, and low & high EQ
  • Switchable 48V phantom power for use with studio condenser microphones
  • Guitar-direct (DI) switch for guitar recording without an amp
  • Balanced, stereo 1/4″ outputs and 1/4″ headphone output with separate volume controls
  • Direct Monitor switch for latency-free input monitoring while recording
  • Switchable limiter for clip-free recordings
  • Hinged door completely encloses and secures your iPad
  • Core Audio-compliant: works with virtually any app in the App Store
  • Video output for connection to TVs and projectors: perfect for presentations, meetings and VJs
  • Mountable to a mic stand using the Alesis Module Mount (sold separately)
  • Complete routing and signal-management controls
  • Power supply also charges your iPad
Pricing and availability are TBA.

 

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3 Responses to “Alesis iO Mix Turns Your iPad Into A 4-Channel Recording Studio”

  1. JM Campbell says:

    Alesis also has one that is just an interface called the iO Dock Pro.
    and Mackie also has the DL1608 ipad mixer, if you need more inputs.

    Both of those use the iPad for the sliders though. I think I like this set up more. I’ve been looking for a good mobile setup. Using this with a headphone splitter and my headset mics could work very well. (Depending on price point of course.)

  2. Alex says:

    Is this still current? I’m looking either just the interface or an alternative if available.

  3. DMA Portland says:

    Great question. Is this still current? This is great information, but I’m not sure if this is still available?

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