Alesis MULTIMIX 12R Rack Mountable 10-Channel, 12-Input Mixer

BH #ALMM12R • MFR #MULTIMIX 12R
Alesis
Alesis MULTIMIX 12R Rack Mountable 10-Channel, 12-Input Mixer
Key Features
  • Mono and Stereo Inputs
  • XLR and 1/4" Connectors
  • 2-Band EQ
  • Rack Mountable Housing
The Alesis MULTIMIX 12R Rack Mountable 10-Channel, 12-Input Mixer is a high quality, rack mountable audio mixer designed for recording and sound reinforcement applications. The mixer features 8 mono inputs and 2 stereo paired (L/R) inputs, for a total of 12 line level inputs via balanced 1/4" TRS Phone connectors. Channels 1 through 8 feature XLR Balanced microphone inputs with phantom power (global switch). Each channel features a 2 band EQ (High / Low), 2 AUX sends and PAN (Balance control on stereo inputs). Additional I/O include L/R AUX returns, L/R Tape In and Tape Out jacks via RCA connectors, and L/R Main and Monitor outputs via balanced 1/4" TRS connectors. Channels 1 through 8 feature Inserts for direct routing of channels through out-board effects or signal processors using insert cables. The Insert points are also suitable for use as monitor sends (using tip-sleeve 1/4" cable only). All this enclosed in a convenient rack mountable enclosure provide sonic quality, durability while remaining portable.
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Alesis MultiMix 12R Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Rack Mountable Enclosure
  • 3Mono & Stereo Channels
  • 4Balanced Mic Inputs
  • 5Insert Points

The Alesis MULTIMIX 12R Rack Mountable 10-Channel, 12-Input Mixer is a high quality, rack mountable audio mixer designed for recording and sound reinforcement applications. The mixer features 8 mono inputs and 2 stereo paired (L/R) inputs, for a total of 12 line level inputs via balanced 1/4" TRS Phone connectors. Channels 1 through 8 feature XLR Balanced microphone inputs with phantom power (global switch). Each channel features a 2 band EQ (High / Low), 2 AUX sends and PAN (Balance control on stereo inputs). Additional I/O include L/R AUX returns, L/R Tape In and Tape Out jacks via RCA connectors, and L/R Main and Monitor outputs via balanced 1/4" TRS connectors. Channels 1 through 8 feature Inserts for direct routing of channels through out-board effects or signal processors using insert cables. The Insert points are also suitable for use as monitor sends (using tip-sleeve 1/4" cable only). All this enclosed in a convenient rack mountable enclosure provide sonic quality, durability while remaining portable.

Rack Mountable Enclosure

The mixer is enclosed in a 3-unit rack mountable enclosure making it a suitable road-worthy mixer for recording or sound reinforcement.

Mono & Stereo Channels

Channels 1 through 8 feature mono balanced 1/4" TRS inputs. The 2 remaining channels feature stereo paired (L/R) 1/4" TRS inputs, suitable for keyboards play-back devices and other stereo signals.

Balanced Mic Inputs

3-pin XLR female microphone inputs are featured on channels 1 through 8. All mic-preamps provide phantom power (global switched) for condenser microphones.

Insert Points

Channels 1 through 8 feature insert points for routing channels to effects or signal processors.
UPC: 694318007372

Alesis MultiMix 12R Specs

Total # Of Inputs12 - Total Line Inputs
Mic/Line Inputs12 - Balanced 1/4" TRS Phone Inputs
8 - Balanced XLR Mic Inputs
Stereo Line Inputs2 - Stereo Paired 1/4" Phone (inputs 9,10 & 11,12)
In-Line Inputs/ReturnsNo
AUX Sends2 - 1/4" TRS Phone (L/R)
AUX Returns2 - 1/4" TRS Phone (L/R)
Inserts8 - 1/4" Phone Inserts on Channels 1 through 8
BUS (Group) OutputsStereo Buss Only
2 Trk Master I/OMain Output: Balanced 1/4" Phone (L/R)
ALT I/OTape In: Unbalanced RCA female (L/R)
Main Out: Unbalanced RCA female (L/R)
Monitor OutputsMonitor Out: Balanced 1/4" Phone (L/R)
EQ SectionHigh: 12kHz +/- 15dB
Low: 80Hz +/- 15dB
Solo/MuteNo
Channel Level ControlFader Control
Trim/Gain ControlSealed Potentiometers
Max Gain: +76 dB, MIC IN to MAIN OUT, balanced +80dB, MIC IN to MONITOR OUT, balanced or unbalanced
Phantom Power+48 Volt (global switch)
Metering10 segment stereo peak indicators
Phantom and Power indicator LEDs
Frequency Response10Hz - 65kHz +0/-1 dB (any input to any output at nominal operating levels)
-3dB Point: 125kHz
Dynamicnot specified by manufacturer
Signal-to-Noise RatioMIC IN to INSERT OUT: -128.5 dBu Equivalent Input Noise at maximum gain
Residual output noise (MASTER fader at nominal, channel faders at minimum): <-88dBu
12 inputs, faders and trims at unity gain, inputs terminated 150 ohms: <-85dBu unbalanced (+22 dB max unbalanced out = 107 dB dynamic range)
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)measured with a 0 dBu signal coming into a MIC IN jack with trim set for a +15 dBu output from the insert jack
At INSERT jack: >0.0010%
At MAIN OUT: >0.0015% (+21 dBu balanced output level)
Power Requirement120 VAC, 60Hz, 40 watts max. power consumption (U.S.A. model)
Dimensions (WxHxD)18.97 x 5.24 x 4.13" (482 x 133 x 105 mm)
Weight8 lbs (3.6 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight11.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23 x 10 x 9.3"
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hi, if your recording 4 plus people for a talk show, how does the mixer get connected to the camcorder or directly to computer?
Asked by: neal c.
The AUX out is probably your best bet. Set your camcorder to line in and run a 1/4 inch unbalanced to XLR cable (that's assuming it's a pro-camcorder if it's a consumer type camera then it's probably going to be 1/4 inch unbalanced to 1/8 inch stereo mini style cable). Utilizing the AUX output gives you full variable control over the amount of signal from each individual microphone that you want to send to your recording device, in your case, the camcorder.
Answered by: TREE D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Whats the best option to port this into a computer for editing?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi! Thanks for asking! The MultiMix 12R does not have a USB port. It cannot be connected directly to a computer for digital audio recording.
Answered by: inMusic Support Alto Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

setting the 12r up to record 4 people does it get connected to the camcorder or computer for the audio?
Asked by: neal c.
That would really depend on what you are doing. Which would also dictate if this is the right mixer for you. As this mixer will only give you a stereo or mono output. So whatever comes out of the stereo or mono bus will be mixed and you cannot change anything later. Also the mixer is line level out and the camera is mic level in. So you will need to get a cable to drop the level of the mixer output from line level to mic level for the camera. This is not the type of mixer normally used for audio for video. As far as you question regarding the computer. I would need a little more information as to what you want to do with the computer. To get audio into the computer you will need and interface. Then you could record each mic on a separate track in your computer using Pro Tools or whatever you have. Then you would mix it later to picture like a normal Post mix.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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