It includes a full-featured talkback section with a built-in microphone that enables you to communicate with artists from the control room of your studio, or through monitors with musicians on stage. All-access artist interviews, in-depth gear reviews, essential production tutorials and much more. One big advantage of using an analogue desk for recording is in making latency-free overdubs – monitoring the input channel directly without any round-trip through DSP – and the i is well set up to do this, balancing the input channels against any computer output coming back through channel Be the first to review this item. You can tap into the power of computer recording in new ways with its deep DAW integration. Sound wise, the Onyx mic amps have a proven track record and the four in the i give quality results with a range of microphones. Aux sends 1 and 2 are automatically sent on FireWire channels 13 and 14 and the main mix on 15 and
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If you’re looking for a recording interface, or looking for a analog mixer, Mackie Onix-i is vvery good in cirewire. So, is this a best of both worlds solution We think so – Mackie has come up with an affordable and extremely well thought out integration of mixer and interface that makes light work of recording audio to your computer.
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Likewise the Perkins EQ is practical and musical, combining plenty of opportunity for sweetening the sound at top and bottom with some useful shaping of the midrange. The Mackie Onyx i combines an analogue mixer and a computer audio interface, which makes complete sense. Sound wise, the Onyx mic amps have a proven track record and the four in the i give quality results with a range of microphones. Our Verdict A practical and versatile recording front-end at a reasonable price. Rated 5 out of 5 by Ito from Very good!
Every other firewiree I’ve used has been just fine. The two aux sends can be used for separate cue mixes when recording or to feed foldback monitors in a live situation.
Rated 1 11220i of 5 by T. It’s no accident that Mackie is one of the most heavily relied upon manufacturers of recording and sound reinforcement equipment, and the Onyx i is among the most versatile pieces of gear they’ve ever produced.
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The Onyx i from Mackie is an channel audio mixer with a built-in FireWire computer audio interface. The elements of a small ensemble, a drum kit with kick, snare and overhead mics or even a full band with a mixture of mic and fireeire inputs can onyyx be sent simultaneously to separate recording tracks via FireWire, as can the main mix.
Strong recommendation for this if you’re looking for a great mixer running Firewire to help elevate your sound control capabilities. What’s more, it can be used with Pro Tools a first for a non-Avid product.
The stereo channels each have the same low and high EQ with a single midrange knob centred on 2. Practical connectivity options for use in a small studio. Aux sends 1 and 2 are automatically sent on FireWire channels 13 and 14 and the main mix on 15 and It features a meticulously firweire audio mixer section with flexible capabilities for both the studio and the stage. To give you some further details, what you get is a channel analogue mixer combined with a 16 x 2 FireWire interface.
See any errors on this page? Firrwire 48V phantom power switches on all mic inputs Talkback section with built 2120i mic and flexible routing “Planet Earth” switching power supply for worldwide use Optional rack kit available.
Be the first to review this item. Currently I’m using all 12 inputs and multiple outputs in my setup.
Powers from Solid as a tank, unusable for recordings Compared with competition products, the Onyx I series is practically unusable for any other capture than REALLY loud sounds like drums and snares. One big advantage of using an analogue desk for recording is in making latency-free inyx – monitoring the input channel directly without any round-trip through DSP – and the i is well set up to do this, balancing the input channels against any computer output coming back through channel The stereo output of the computer can be routed back to the mixer through stereo channel for monitoring or for integration into the mix, it can also be directly assigned to the main mix.
I ended up getting a dedicated mic pre-amp to deal with that particular mic and life is good again.
I have an Audio-Technica mic that simply does not output acceptable levels.