myMix Overview
and Examples

myMix is a decentralized networked system, so myMix doesn't need a center unit to operate. Each device has network inputs and outputs and can operate self contained. By creating a network connection these signals got shared for all units and automatically show up with their names on all other myMix devices.

A myMix device can be used on it's own (for 2-ch recording or play along), two myMix can be connected for a 4-channel system. The use of three or more devices requires a Ethernet switch. The audio inputs for the network to mix can come from the local myMix inputs and/or from IEX16 input expanders as analogue or digital signals. A myMix system can be as large as the number of units connected to the switch, up to 250 devices with 500 audio channels.

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Each myMix can create a stereo mix using up to 16 from up to 500 network audio channels and put this signal to headphones or in/ears, drive power speakers or transmitters for wireless IEMs. This stereo mix can be sent back to the network, so other myMix device can select it as a stereo source; either to listen to other mixes, or create submixes within myMix. The inputs are for microphone or line level source, phantom power is available.

Self-contained myMix applications that don't require a main console with an operator. Ideal for rehearsal and small gigs, or for touring bands that want a 100% reproducible sound on stage - independent of the FOH console.
Solo-Tour Rig
Wireless Microphone Receiver-Monitoring
Band rehearsal
myMix as mixing console
System for Half Playback
Music School – One teacher- Multiple Student/Rooms
Silent Band Rehearsal
Band Tour Rig - independent from the PA
With or without the IEX-16L input expander, there are many possibilities to integrate myMix as a monitoring system into a main sound system. Applications range from small concert systems and worship bands, to big bands, theatrical applications, large orchestras, broadcast, TV and musicals as well as recording studios.
Big band and solo artists
Live band console
Live band inputs
Live band split
Orchestra application
Musical theater
Big band - 64 channel input in MADI format
Inegrated with a Digico console
myMix is ideal for houses of worship. It's not only the monitor mixing system on stage, because it can be used stand alone, the youth group can take it out for sessions, the multi-track recording and playback allows for new band members to get up to speed in no time, and many other advantages.
Large system. Using a MADI feed from the console
Large system. Inputs from console and mic splitter
Medium size HOW system, signals from main console
Small system using myMix for monitor and main mix
92-channel myMix system with Jimmy Swaggart's Ministries
Medium Size HOW system with additional myMix Install
Decentralized mixing and an intuitive user interface offer advantages to using myMix outside of the music monitoring and recording environment.
Combine Buildings- Commercial Audio
Classical Room Combining with myMix
Sound Distribution -Commercial Sound
Sound Distribution-Multiple Stages
Large Area Sound Surveillance
Intercom and Listening in cultural venue or theater
System for Simultaneous Translation
One teacher using myMix to work with multiple students
Audio Monitoring of Wireless Microphone Channels
Remote rooms combined with main system
myMix with custom panels as intercom system over long distances
Several AV applications take advantage of the myMix INSTALL version, dedicated for permanent installs, with Euro-block connectors and a stylish glass panel.
Combined listening and simple intercom system
myMix Install with myMix - medium size HOW application
Classical room combining
Sound distribution using a Ethernet network in a theater