Features for Additional Ease-of-Use
WiFi accessibility and built-in FX processors were some additional features that convinced Wynne to upgrade Appalachian State University’s studio with myMix, not only because they made it easier for his students to record themselves, but also because they helped save a significant amount of time and effort.
“With WiFi accessibility, we have a myMix unit in the middle of the studio area. And the students can log into it with their laptops and are able to use the WebGUI to change the names for their own unit,” Wynne said. “Or, if somebody is having a problem with the cue system, they can check on it quickly without having to go into the live room.
“There are product lines out there where, once you have a mix set up on the patch bay, you have to go over and tape up the unit and scribble on it to tell the performers what’s on every channel. If you have six or seven of those, you lose about 30 minutes just scribbling down what’s on each channel. The myMix eliminates that problem, and they can get sessions up and running faster.”
The built-in FX processors have also helped Wynne save time in the studio.