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Keith McMillen K-Mix 1st Impressions & Unboxing

Keith McMillen K-Mix 1st Impressions & Unboxing

“K-Mix …The next generation audio interface and programmable mixer for studio and stage”

I’ve been following this mixer since it was announced. I am a fan of KMI and Keith McMillen is a super cool dude. A while back I had a chance to interview Keith McMillen and I saw first hand his passion for his work, the world of pro audio and music in general. So, recently KMI sent over the new K-Mix. Yes, it will take a little while to drum up a review because I like to really use things that I review. But I figured this “first impressions” video would be a cool thing to share with all of my BeatPPL in the meantime.

Feel free to drop comments and ask questions about it. I’ll do my best to address your questions and curiosity in the review.

K-Mix Specs

Audio Interface

  • USB Bus Powered
  • Ultra-Low Noise µPre™ Preamps
  • High-End AKM Converters
  • 32-bit Floating Point Signal Path
  • 8-in/10-out Audio

Programmable Mixer

  • Per Channel DSP
  • Flexible Routing
  • Standalone Quad 5.1, 7.1 and Octo Surround Mixer
  • Onboard Preset Storage
  • No Computer Required

Control Surface

  • Ultra-Sensitive Precision Rotaries and Faders
  • User Assignable MIDI Controls
  • Light Weight and Portable
  • Rugged Construction, No Moving Parts

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About The Author

The BBoy Tech (Corry Banks) is a writer, emcee, producer, hip hop artist (google Phashara) and IT Pro. Hip-Hop culture, beat making, gear and technology have always been his passions. In these pages, Banks explores and reviews all things beat making & hip-hop related in a techy sort of geeky but bboy cool way.

2 Comments

  1. devilwidget March 4, 2016 at 10:21 am

    Any update as to how your getting on with the K-mix? It seems near perfect on paper, but you seem to be the only person in the world to lay hands on one!

  2. Blue Monster 65 March 11, 2016 at 4:44 am

    Looking forward to hearing what you thought. I’ve posted my mini-review elsewhere, but have some other comments I’ve yet to release. I’m interested to see how close we are on this one.

    Scott

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