Livemix Personal Monitor System with Dante now shipping

June 12 2014, 15:54
Digital Audio Labs is a privately owned Chanhassen, Minnesota based company, specialized in analog to digital conversion, digital signal processing, and amplification. The company introduced its Livemix personal monitoring system at the NAMM 2014 already with the new LM-Dante-EXP Dante network option card. Designed to be simple enough for volunteer and non-professional users to quickly understand and start using, it also offers professional users all the tools they need to make great mixes.

“One of the things we hear a lot about personal monitor mixes is that they can be complicated to use, especially for the volunteer or non-technical user,” says Ted Klein, President of Digital Audio Labs. “Ease of use is a big thing for us,” he continues “so we built Livemix to be simple to use, and this extends to setting up Livemix to work with your Dante network.”
Each rugged metal personal mixer allows for two completely separate mixes, reducing stage clutter and overall per node cost. Custom channel names and easy navigation is possible via a touch screen display. Livemix also features remote mixing, permitting any user in the system to hear and adjust the mix of another mixer, allowing more experienced musicians or sound techs to assist novice users.
While the professional and experienced user will love the built in digital signal processing and routing options, they will also appreciate the ability to quickly configure the system for either analog or digital input formats. Setting up Livemix with Audinate’s Dante network, for example, is very simple. The entire configuration can be done with the Livemix CS-DUO personal mixer, removing the need for a PC application.

Hands free volume controls via a plug in pedal allows users to make volume adjustments while playing an instrument. These and many other innovative and useful features set the Livemix system apart in the personal monitoring space.
Digital Audio Labs will be showing Livemix in booth C12116 at InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas.
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