At the 2014 NAMM Show, Behringer introduced the X18 iPad Mixer – a compact 18-input, 12-bus digital mixer for iPad.
The mixer lets you control your mix wirelessly, so you can dial in a mix from anywhere in a venue.
“The Behringer X18 brings the power of mobility to the art of making music,” said Product Manager, Jan Duwe. “With the X18’s beautifully laid out top panel, all you need to do is plug in your mic and line-level sources, grab your tablet and walk away. You can then mix from anywhere you like with the free and intuitive remote control app, right on your tablet.”
- iPad/tablet controlled 18-input, 12-bus digital mixer for studio and live application
- 16 MIDAS-designed, fully programmable mic preamps
- Integrated Wifi module for direct control – no need for external routers or any specialized connectors
- 18 x 18 channel, bidirectional USB interface for direct recording on iPad etc.
- Virtual FX rack featuring 4 stereo FX slots including high-end simulations such as Lexicon 480L and PCM70, EMT250 and Quantec QRS etc.
- 100-band Real Time Analyzer (RTA).
The X18 is priced at $799.99. See the Behringer site for more info.
3 thoughts on “Behringer Intros X18 iPad Mixer”
“The X18 is a powerhouse 18 input/12 bus portable mixer for iPad, and other tablets” (from the Behringer site)
What “other tablet”? Only iPad Mini or there is support for Android and Windows devices?
There is an Android-APP for the X32. Guess it’ll be pretty much the same for the X18.
I will be really interested in this if the hardware mixer & usb audio interface work in parallel ;ideally with each mixer input/output selectable between hardware or usb audio interface ….. so ( with multi output support in Audiobus 2)
A. You can send seperate outs from different ipad apps into the mixer on some channels, whilst inputting hardware on other channels.
B. You can route hardware inputs into the ipad for processing then back out into the mixer .