MiMiX aux line

I'd like to use MiMiX as personal monitor mixer. Try to explain
I've a 4 in/4 out audio card, a keyboard and of course some ipad instruments.
I'd like to have 2 different mixes one for the main out and another one for my monitor.
Reading the MiMix manual I understood an input can be routed on two (or more) outputs BUT with the same lavel.
How can I get around it? Is it possible to have two istances of MiMiX running to have two distinct mixes or may be with another trick.

Comments

  • I have the same needs.I am working on a demo, to be available shortly.

  • bought mimix yesterday (just to support the author) an waiting for the new version with aux knob.

  • @dwarman said:
    I have the same needs.I am working on a demo, to be available shortly.

    Looking forward to this.

  • An aux send was something I was hoping for from MiMix, not just for a monitor mix, but to do bus reverb (" bus effects" technically, just it is usually reverb or delay), like on a regular mixing board. Be great to send different amounts of each channel to the reverb.

  • Posted both. Coments and improvements welcomed.

  • edited December 2015

    @MatteoCappagli said:
    bought mimix yesterday (just to support the author) an waiting for the new version with aux knob.

    agree, bought ;)

    P.S.
    instead for mixing stuiomux is also a good choice

  • I really like this app. Wish I had found it sooner.

  • @dwarman said:
    Posted both. Coments and improvements welcomed.

    A few signal LEDs below the clip light, on each channel would show the activity on each channel, at a glance, without having to switch the meter bridge, if there is ongoing tweaking to the app?

  • @Processaurus said:
    A few signal LEDs below the clip light, on each channel would show the activity on each channel, at a glance, without having to switch the meter bridge, if there is ongoing tweaking to the app?

    There is always. Already have some new ideas for improvement. Channel activity LEDs sound wise.

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