- Mic/guitar inputs
- Comprehensive I/O
- Mixing and effects
- CueMix FX software
- Classic reverb
- Modeled analog EQ
- Vintage compression
- Tuner & analysis tools
- Clock, sync and MIDI
- Mobile operation
- Expansion & drivers
- Feature summary
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Mixing and effects
The Traveler-mk3 is an audio interface, but it's also a 16-bus digital mixer, complete with EQ, compression and reverb.
The Traveler-mk3 is really two devices in one: an audio interface plus a 28 x 16 digital mixer. In fact, you could even think of the Traveler-mk3 as a portable digital mixer in a compact, mobile form factor.
A 28 input by 16 bus digital mixer with effects
Operating as either a computer interface or stand-alone, the Traveler-mk3 provides DSP-driven digital mixing with effects processing (reverb, EQ and compression) for all 28 inputs. You can connect all your gear and then mix, process and monitor everything from the Traveler-mk3’s main outs or headphone jacks.
All I/O is routed to the on-board 16-bus (8 stereo) digital mixer driven by hardware-based DSP with 32-bit floating point precision. The mixer allows you to apply no-latency effects processing to inputs, outputs or busses directly in the Traveler-mk3 hardware, independent of the computer. Effects can be applied when the Traveler-mk3 is operating stand-alone (without a computer) as a mobile digital mixer. Input signals to the computer can be recorded wet, dry, or dry with a wet monitor mix (for musicians during recording, for example).
Complete mixing at your fingertips
All of the mixer settings in the Traveler-mk3 are accessible from the programmable front-panel backlit LCD. You can also launch the CueMix FX™ control software for Mac OS X, Windows XP and Windows Vista. CueMix FX provides complete on-screen access to the Traveler-mk3's on-board, hardware-based mixing environment.