Looking everywhere for a DMX controlled audio mixer

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by shermster1, Sep 5, 2019.

  1. shermster1

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    Help Please!

    I am working on a large scale holiday display. I need a small 4 channel line mixer controlled with 4 simple Dmx channels. Nothing fancy. 4 inputs with 4 outputs or 4 inputs with 1 output. XLR,1/4", or RCA it doesn't matter. The closest I've come is Blue point engineering. Google displays photo of the exact mixer I need but I cannot find it on their website. Any help would be appreciated. cheers Mike
     
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    FMEng Well-Known Member Fight Leukemia

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    I've never seen a DMX controlled mixer, but I know how you can achieve what you want indirectly. In lighting equipment, DMX to 0-10V, analog converters are available from Doug Fleenor Design and others. The output of that converter can control an audio VCA. Radio Design Labs makes an ST-VCA3, which accepts 0-10V control. Get four of those, and connect to any common mixer.
     
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    What is generating your DMX? Can it also generate various MIDI commands? MIDI controlled mixers (or mixers with MIDI control features) are much, much more common than DMX ones.

    Assuming the audio is prerecorded material, can you maybe make a multitrack recording with the appropriate fades and cuts already "baked in," so to speak?
     
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    Got it ! Thankyou every one!

    Best
    Mike
     
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    Pie4Weebl Well-Known Member Fight Leukemia

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    What are you trying to achieve?
     
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    Artnet to midi is straightforward if you can program.
     
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