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Anubis embarks on a Music Mission

Anubis embarks on a Music Mission

Anubis embarks on a Music Mission

Following an intensive period of beta testing with leading international musicians, engineers and producers, Merging Technologies has released the Music Mission for Anubis. The Music Mission can be downloaded by existing users free of charge. Music Mission transforms the manufacturer’s desktop Anubis device into a low-latency recording mixer and Ethernet audio interface.

When switching on the Anubis, choosing the Mission is a press of the touchscreen, loading either the typical monitor controller or, if selecting the Music Mission, an up to 48-input/24-output, low-latency mixer with multiple effects. The size of the mixer depends on the number of AoIP devices on a user’s network; however, instead of a complex matrix to manage these I/O sources and destinations, newly developed PEER and UNITE features add the additional channels to the mixer with a simple screen tap. Routing can be managed from the Anubis touchscreen without the need to be a network technician.

Music Mission embeds multiple mixers which allows the creation of 1–5 different mixes for a performer’s cues or programmes. Different input sources or a mix balance can be routed to any outputs thanks to the flexible bus routing. Additionally, there are 18 snapshots to save and fully recall previous settings, with the possibility to customise mixer layouts depending on use in the studio or live onstage. All this can be achieved without having a DAW connected.

The Music Mission is designed to provide an engineer and several musicians with separate, controllable cue mixes. The Anubis delivers a main mix, five cue mixes and three further stereo pre‑fade sends, for a total of nine different balances, each of which can draw on all available inputs. Each mix can feed a single stereo output pair, and the first is also duplicated so that you can have that mix going to two speaker sets, or to one speaker set and one headphone output. Cues can be used when recording, overdubbing, playing live or for independent programme distribution.

New to the platform are the PEER and UNITE features. UNITE is an automatic AoIP Stream patching feature included in the Merging drivers that allows a user to quickly connect I/O streams between the Anubis and a DAW without the need for any AoIP knowledge or additional applications. The Music Mission is expandable to 48 inputs channels and 24 outputs within the Anubis mixer, when adding AoIP interfaces to a setup. With the Anubis PEERING feature, users can expand their Anubis I/Os in operation with interconnected standalone devices, without the need of any computer to set it up.



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