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.
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 also be sent back to the network, for others to listen to a mix, or use it as submix within myMix.The local inputs are for microphone (XLR) or line level (1/4" TRS) sources; phantom power is available. The channels to select for the mix can be from IEX16 input expanders, other local myMix inputs , other stereo mixes, or the tracks from SD card in Playback mode.
With a single press of the RECORD button the selected audio channels get recorded in multi-track as 24-bit, 48kHz broadcast wav files. These files can be used with any DAW software or played back and remixed (virtual sound check). In Play Along Mode the two local inputs can be mix with the recorded tracks- a powerful tool to turn a practice at home into a full band rehearsal.