Color: LOOP MIXER
Color: LOOP MIXER
this is like Club Blade Runner’s house mixer or something, I love it
3 fx sends… jacks on the back… amazing colors…
i love this thing!
and 3 separate stereo returns. I’m baffled this hasn’t appeared sooner!
@emenel is this yours? wondering if it also has any nice overdrive/distortion character. if so, it’s virtually perfect.
also I love its lil sibling :
gotta mix all that spicy FM
Unfortunately it’s not mine. I’d love to get one, although I don’t actually need it
I just picked up one of these and I am seriously impressed with the sound/look
Sony MX - 8
Not sure where it will fit in and maybe a case of GAS
Just received an rpm-100 for my cassette tape jockey project and I can confirm that it’s really nice.
Super basic mixer but with headphone cue.
Build quality seem sturdy enough for live abuse.
Very weird feature set. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to crossfade between all four sources but it still looks very performance oriented. Super nice for field recording/drone performances.
Not minimal on the price but not out of reach…
Holy shit, I haven’t thought about that one in years. That was my first mixer!
Many years ago I found one of these thrown away - a Monacor mixer - thinking I should find some creative use for it. So far, though, I’ve mostly had other ideas. It seems to accept four incoming stereo signals (counting mic L&R), but there are no sends etc. Just a stereo out.
I’ve got a regular 12-channel Mackie, but I’m still hoping this Monacor could be used in some lofi-application, noise experimentation - creating feedback loops? I suppose I haven’t given it enough thought to come up with some idea. If anyone has any suggestions I’d be very interested!
that Loop 8 looks interesting, but the term “loop” in this context seems to just refer to daisy-chaining multiple mixers together unless I am missing something. also curious about the USB and if it is just a master stereo out or if it is multichannel.
echo on one channel, but no effect sends? odd, sorta cool, but seems like maybe they missed an opportunity. also I don’t find what the Bluetooth is for!
I assume it is like their other loop mixer: You literally connect them in a loop, and it is the same set of post gain, pre fader channels for all. For example, if you plug into channel 2, then everyone downstream of you hears you on 2 (assuming they leave their channel 2 input unplugged) - and each person can make their own local mix.