A simple, portable, and complete solution for audio/MIDI/video recording, mixing, and playback with stereo plug-and-play USB audio I/O and Steinberg's cross-platform Cubase LE software. Also comes wit... Click To Read More About This Product
A simple, portable, and complete solution for audio/MIDI/video recording, mixing, and playback with stereo plug-and-play USB audio I/O and Steinberg's cross-platform Cubase LE software. Also comes with Yamaha's Virtual Studio Suite: IK Multimedia Sample Tank SY, Sonic Synth SY, Amplitube LE, and T Racks EQ, plus over $400 worth of rebate coupons for additional software from Steignberg, IK Multimedia, and Arturia.
The MW10's mixer input section features 10 inputs including 4 ultralow-noise mic preamps with phantom power. A variety of input connectors including 4 XLR, 9 - 1/4" line (3 stereo line), and 2 sets stereo RCA give you flexible connectivity. Insert I/O on channels 1 and 2 let you add compressors, gates, and other external effects. Shape your mix the way you want with pan, 3-band EQ, and a high-pass filter.
The master section of the MW10 features aux send and stereo aux return; stereo master, control room, and headphone outputs; and 12-segment meters for accurate visual monitoring.
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Since I'm a drummer, it is a great mixer for me. This mixer gets low sound so it is really only good for drums unless the gain and volume is turned up all the way. Overall, its pretty good recording stuff and its a pretty good deal. And since I just like fooling around with stuff, its pretty fun.
I purchased this mixer to do a podcast with my friend and I'm very satisfied with the results. However, I should mention that before buying this mixer, I bought a similar mixer made by a lessor known company for less money. I was trying to save a few bucks and I figured that a mixer made by Yamaha would be just as good as a cheaper mixer from another brand because buying a Yamaha meant I was paying for the name. I couldn't be more wrong. The other mixer was only $50 cheaper, but it was plagued with problems. The audio was very quiet. I would get horrible noise out of the blue on the Mic inputs and the manual was impossible to understand. I thought maybe the problem was user error, but on a hunch, I brought back the lessor known mixer and traded up for this mixer and walla! ... all my problems disappeared. I usually like to buy the best because as they say, "Always buy the best, you won't be disappointed." but I figured I could save a few bucks. I've learned my lesson. Save yourself the headaches and buy the Yamaha MW10 10-Input USB Mixing Studio if you're looking for a great USB mixer. I was able to plug it into my Mac and start podcasting immediately without installing ANY drivers. Very satisfied.
a digital multi tracker if you already have the computer part taken care of. I picked up the usb mixing studio a month ago. I finally feel like I have a real home studio. The only limitation at this point is myself.