8-Ch Bluetooth Studio Pro Audio DJ Mixer PMXU88BT
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Are the channels independently inputted to the computer? Will channel 1 show up as a dedicated track in the DAW?
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How do I connect my powered speakers to my 8 channel pyle mixer?
From the mixers Main output you can connect the PMXU88BT to the Line IN or AUX-in of the active speaker
How can I get it into my pc to use with studio one?
Connect the USB to the computer then on your PC look for settings then go-to audio settings look for Pyle as an internal sound card and select or activate. Check if Pyle is sync with the DAW
What daws is it comparable with, studio one?
Audacity. not sure if it will run on studio one.
Are the channels independently inputed to the computer. Will channel 1 show up as a dedicated track in the DAW?
All PMXU mixers are two-channel output only. Stereo track only.
I would like to use this as a connection to my mic for voice chatting and recording but it isn't detecting my voice when I have it connected. I set the input device as JieLi Br17 but the mic isn't detecting voice.
You have to make sure what type of microphone you are using if it is a Dynamic Microphone or a Condenser microphone. You will need a Phantom power for condenser microphones
Can I use this for a Podcast correct? i just wanted to double-check. help?
The PMXU88BT is an audio interface so yes, you can use it for podcast.
Hope this will help!
I have this mixer and I can listen the final mix sound in the headphones, if I add songs via Bluetooth, only the mic’s input devices come out on the headphones, the manual does not explain much about anything, any help will be appreciated. have to be a function that allows me to listen the complete mix through headphones including Bluetooth sounds. help, please!
Bluetooth signal does not pass through the Mix it goes directly to the Main out. to have the music to be included on the mix you have to use the Channels 5&6 or 7&8 and use a 3.5 to 1/4" Cable