McDSP Announces Moo X Mixer APB-16 Plug-in
 Mountain View, CA – January 8, 2020

McDSP Announces Moo X Mixer APB-16 Plug-in

McDSP will be heading to NAMM 2020, held January 16-19, 2020 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Visit booth #14905, located in the North Hall to check out the all new Moo X Mixer!

The Moo X Mixer plug-in is the world’s first fully automated hybrid mixing console under total software control. Session recall is instant, and all mixer controls can be automated or saved as a preset. Features include equalization, analog compression and saturation, and a master section with auxiliary input and stereo analog compression and saturation.  

The Moo X Mixer is available only with the purchase of an APB-16 Analog Processing Box.

The McDSP Analog Processing Box (APB) combines the flexibility of software with the fidelity of premium analog processing. Each channel can be controlled by an APB plug-in giving true digital workflow with genuine analog performance. Processing options include not only the Moo-X Mixer, but several other unique plug-ins.

The Moo-X Mixer plug-in showcases the programmability of the APB-16 hardware and how it can be integrated into a hybrid mixing solution providing optimal workflow.

Come by our booth for a hands-on demo of the Moo X Mixer as well as top plug-ins like the 6060 Ultimate Module Collection, the NR800 Noise Reduction Processor, the EC-300 Echo Collection, and the Emmy Award winning SA-2 Dialog Processor. The Moo X Mixer will ship Q1 of 2020.

Live Colin’s Corner shows will be running throughout the show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Guest engineers include Tony Maserati, Bob Horn, Neal Avron, David Bottrill, Ryan McCambridge, David Kim, Tom Marks, Richard Furch, Warren Huart, and ROCASound. Check our NAMM 2020 page for a complete list of Colin’s Corner guests, dates and times. Free product raffles and a coveted McDSP t-shirt will be given away at all live shows.

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Company Statement

McDSP is an innovative and award-winning Silicon Valley audio software company founded in 1998 by Colin McDowell. McDSP technology can be found in pro audio plug-ins for popular digital audio workstations including Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, and Avid live sound systems. McDSP audio algorithms are also used by companies such as Audiokinetic, Bioware, and Microsoft, and in consumer products like the LouderLogic iOS audio player.