myMix Control 1.68 XL and myMix Project Editor
Version 1.68XL of the Web Control Interface is fully compatible with all myMix devices on firmware 1.68. Project files created with the older 1.68 are fully compatible. 1.68XL features the new look of myMix with some UX enhancements. The manual is now also included on the myMix Control plug – so if you need anything, all user instructions are right in the ZIP package.
T he myMixCONTROL is a tool for engineers working with larger myMix systems, or the system integrator to set-up dedicated myMix systems that require special settings and function locking. The myMix CONTROL software is a web browser interface located on the myMix PLUG computer. It can be accessed from any device that runs a web browser through a Wi-Fi or LAN connection. The myMix PLUG hosts web server, transfers the data between the computer/tablet and the myMix devices and has local memory to save complete projects and other data.
If you like to get more information check out the introduction video for myMix Control or the webinar myMix Control.
myMix CONTROL completes the system by giving the engineer the capability to back up a whole system, configure and edit individual units, or lock specific functions through any device that accesses the network wired or wireless.
The myMix personal monitor mixing system has convinced thousands of musicians and sound engineers that they do not need to make compromises anymore with their sound. From small to large stages in concert venues or HoW, in studios, rehearsal rooms, music schools and theaters, myMix helps anywhere music is made. The sound quality and the easy to use, intuitive user interface to control one’s own monitor mix is what our users love most – along with the multi-track recording and playback capability.
The channels in a myMix system can be named as wished. Mixing gets as simple as selecting the instrument or vocal mic, pressing the button and adjusting: volume, tweaking the tone, adding stereo eects and
pan control for a 3-D sound image. Changes get automatically stored in the current prole or a mix can be shared with others, as well as
many other features.
- For mix outputs from myMix System (to feed wireless IEM transmitters) or internal submixes
- Access from any device with a web browser (computer, tablet, smart phone)
Save change over time by saving and loading entire projects with all device data
- Help musicians by remotely editing or copying mixes
- Internal WiFi access point or access through LAN connection
- Built-in memory for hundreds of projects
Everything under control. Under myMix Control.
T he myMix Control can show all myMix devices in the current project. The page is showing the status (online/offline) and name of every unit, it allows to copy profiles from single units and mutes them. It finally can open all units for remote editing. The page refreshes the data automatically from the network when opened.
The myMix Control can show all myMix devices in the current project. The page is showing the status (online/offline) and name of every unit, it allows to copy profiles from single units and mutes them. It finally can open all units for remote editing. The page refreshes the data automatically from the network when opened.
While not visible on the myMix device itself – each profile stores up to 128 channels it sees on the network. In the editor, channels can be selected and deleted.
myMix Project Editor
The myMix project editor is a tool that lets you exchange the MAC address of myMix devices incl. IEX16 input expanders in existing project files.
Why would you need the Project Editor?
The entire myMix system is fully decentralized and dynamic. Every audio channel contains a device label and the channel label you provided – however under the hood, the data used to make unique connections is based on the MAC address of each device.
The settings data for each myMix is saved automatically, and the data you save as a project on myMix Control uses MAC addresses as a unique identifier.
If you changed a piece of hardware that is sending audio channels to the myMix network – for instance, exchanging the IEX-16 input expander – these 16 input channels would show up as “new channels” to all myMix units in the system. Input channel names and assignments were not transferred to the new unit, because the project file keeps this data linked to the original unit’s MAC address.
The myMix Project Editor allows you to open a myMix project that you stored on a USB or hard disk, change the MAC address to match your new hardware and save it. Once you load that edited project to your myMix Control, all myMix devices will now “see” the new channels with the same settings as stored before.
Other myMix Products
The myMix personal monitor mixer basic unit is the main building block for any myMix system. Usable stand alone or connected to an Ethernet switch with up to 250 devices.
A starter package with everything needed to provide individual mixes and multi-track recording for 4 or even 7 musicians. All devices get connected with a network cable to the POE switch.
A starter package with everything needed to provide individual stereo mixes and multi-track recording for 4 vocalists and 7 musicians with 26 audio channels to select from.