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MOTU demos new version of CueMix Console Software

updated 11:55 am EST, Wed January 21, 2004

CueMix Console showcased

, which is including with its FireWire and PCI-424 audio interfaces. CueMix allows users to users to operate their studio without a dedicated external mixer, thanks to on-board DSP mixing features. MOTU showed a new version that includes new talk-back and listen-back features: "By setting up the appropriate connections in their studio, a user can click the talk-back button to dim monitor outputs and/or headphone outputs while conversing through a designated talk-back mic with musicians in a separate room or booth."

Similarly, a listen-back button is also provided. Both buttons have been mapped to HUI-compatible control surfaces, which can be used for hands-on control of all functions in CueMix Console. The talk-back and listen-back features will soon be available in CueMix Console updates on MOTU's Website.

by MacNN Staff





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