iPhone recording interface
MixerFace integrates an iPhone into the audio production workflow. Features include a long-lasting rechargeable battery, two Neutrik combo jacks, headphone monitor and 24-bit/192kHz converters. Many apps let users edit, EQ, compress and upload audio online in minutes. It packs two boutique mic preamps with independent gain controls and LED level monitoring, 48V phantom power, Hi-Z input, limiters, and more into a handheld device that fits underneath the iPhone.
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