The Americas distributor for digital audio solutions manufacturer RME has reached an agreement to distribute the myMix family of network-based audio mixing and recording products.
With the deal’s finalization, Fort Lauderdale-based Synthax is now offering myMix alongside an array of audio production tools from RME, as well as those from Ferrofish and ALVA cableware.
The myMix personal monitor mixing and recording system includes local network inputs and can operate either self-contained or integrated with any analog or digital mixing console. It boasts a patented user interface, and can scale systems from 2 to 500 audio channels.
“We are excited to join the Synthax family,” says myMix Marketing Administrator Kelli von Heydekampf. “RME has the same core values as myMix. We believe in offering exceptional audio quality, along with well-designed solutions and added-value to our customers. Interestingly, RME and myMix use the same pre-amps and FPGA chips, as if we were always meant to become partners. We have great opportunities to realize with this merger.”
Kim Anna Knoedler, COO and Marketing Director at Synthax, added, “The myMix system presents today’s audio pro with high quality audio and a user interface that is easy to understand and operate. All channels can be labeled with meaningful names at their inputs and are displayed automatically to all myMix users on the network. The additional of myMix to the Synthax product line brings yet another level of opportunity for state-of-the-art audio production to our diverse customer base.”
Synthax Inc. supplies a nationwide network of dealers with products for professional audio, broadcast, music industry, commercial audio, theater, military and government applications.