USER MANUAL - EVI AUDIO FRANCE

USER MANUAL - EVI AUDIO FRANCE
USER MANUAL
Remote Configuration and Editing Software
Welcome to myMix CONTROL!
myMix CONTROL is a
web browser based software
application. It is designed to help engineers supporting larger
myMix systems as well as AV installers to quickly configure
and/or lock individual functions on a myMix. The myMix
PLUG acts as network interface and web server.
myMix CONTROL allows from a client computer to:
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up- and download an entire project with all ist devices
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configure myMix and IEX16 remotely
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edit parameters of individual units on the network
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up- and download individual profiles
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lock individual parameters on myMix
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change profiles globally
This manual describes the functionality as in firmware rev.
1.54 (May 2013).
Table of Contents
Safety Information
Warnings
Set-Up, Connections
Basic Info
Log-On
Home Page
Projects, Save, Load, Create
Administration
myMix Select Page
myMix Details Page
myMix Edit Profile Page
myMix Edit Mix Page
myMix Edit Channel Select Page
myMix Lock Settings Page
myMix Preferences Page
Select IEX16 Page
Edit 16 Page
Some Advice on how to work efficiently
Updating Firmware
myMix Plug Interface
Limited Warranty
Declaration of Conformity (USA)
Information of Disposal of Old Equipment
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WARNINGS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT!
Read the following before operating the myMix PLUG
1.Read all safety and operating instruction before using
MYMIX PLUG.
2. Keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
3. Heed all warnings and follow all instructions.
4. Do not use the MYMIX PLUG unit near water, e.g. a
bathtub, or swimming pool.
5. Clean only with dry cloth, and keep moisture away from the
unit.
6. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install and use only
in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
7. Do not install or use near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
power amplifiers) that produce heat.
8. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched.
Replace the power supply it if the power cord or power supply
shows signs of damage.
9. Only use attachments and accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
10. The MYMIX PLUG unit should only be used with a power
supply as specified from the manufacturer. If the provided
plug of the power supply does not fit in your outlet, consult
your local dealer for the appropriate outlet.
11. Do not handle the power supply and other power cables
with wet hands or on wet floor to avoid the risk of electric
shock.
12. Unplug the MYMIX PLUG unit during lightning storms.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Do not
attempt to open the unit yourself. Servicing is required when
the MYMIX PLUG unit has been damaged in any way, liquid
has been spilled or objects fallen into the unit, the unit has
been exposed to water or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
14. Do not place any objects filled with liquids such as cups
and glasses on the unit.
15. If anything drops into the connector slots, remove it after
unplugging the power supply or consult your technical
representative.
Do not locate MYMIX PLUG in a place subject to excessive
heat or in direct sunlight. This could be a fire hazard.
Do not place MYMIX PLUG in a place subject to excessive
humidity or dust. This could be a fire and electrical shock
hazard.
Connect the supplied AC power cord only to an AC outlet of
the type as marked on the main unit. Failure to do so is a fire
and electrical shock hazard.
Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. A damaged
power cord is a potential fire and electrical shock hazard.
If the power cord is damaged (i.e., cut or a bare wire is
exposed), ask your dealer for a replacement. Using MYMIX
PLUG in this condition is a fire and shock hazard.
Hold the unit when disconnecting from an AC outlet. Never
pull the cord. Damaging the power cord in this way is a
potential fire and electrical shock hazard.
Do not place small metal objects on top of MYMIX PLUG.
Metal objects inside MYMIX PLUG are a fire and electrical
shock hazard.
Do not block the MYMIX PLUG ventilation holes. MYMIX
PLUG has ventilation holes at the front and the rear to
prevent the internal temperature from rising.
Blocked ventilation holes can damage the unit and are a fire
hazard.
Do not try to modify MYMIX PLUG. This could be a fire and
electrical shock hazard.
Do not use MYMIX PLUG in an environment outside of the
temperature range between 5°C and 35°C (41°F and 95°F).
IMPORTANT NOTE:
To function with myMix CONTROL all myMix and IEX16 devices need to operate on firmware rev. 1.51 or higher.
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System Set Up - Connecting WiFi-Log-In
myMix
PLUG
Optional External
USB Storage
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The myMix PLUG has to be connected to the myMix network via
the Ethernet port using a CAT5 cable. The connection from the
client computer to the myMix plug can be either via WiFi, or
LAN. Connect the myMix PLUG to mains power. Booting can
take up to three minutes. When the second LED comes up and
the third LED is flashing, the myMix PLUG is ready to use.
To connect to the myMix PLUG, establish a WiFi connection
from your computer to :
„dream-u xxxx“. Then open a web browser application on your
computer and type 192.168.1.1 The log-in page of the myMIx
PLUG will come up.
Username: admin
or username: user
To establish the connection between your computer and the myMix
PLUG, as well as between the myMix PLUG and the myMix devices
can take up to one minute.
Password: password
You can change passwords after your first log-in on the Admin
page. If you change the passwords we recommend to put a note
on a secure place.
Setting Up a LAN connection to myMix PLUG
To use the myMix PLUG with a wired connection the computer needs to be connected to the myMix network switch with a CAT5
cable.
1.) Make sure you have installed Bonjour print services (available form http://support.apple.com/kb/DL999 ) on your computer.
2.) Allow the PC's wired interface connection to acquire an IP address dynamically.
3.) Allow the PC's wired interface connection to resolve the DNS automatically.
4.) Power the myMix PLUG and connect the wired interface to a switch that is connected to your PC.
5.) Allow the plug-computer to start/initialize (2 green leds lit/one flashing).
6.) It‘s recommended to disable all other network connections.
7.) Under Network Connections - Details check if the IPv4 address is within the 169.254.x.x addresses. (IPv4 link local).
8.) Open a web-browser and type
mymixplug.local
in the browser.
9.) Log on with username and password.
NOTE: before you can connect to myMix PLUG the network connections need to be fully established. On Windows it shows as: Public
Network.
myMix CONTROL is compliant and has been tested with most common web browser applications. However there are
differences in the performance as far as looks and access speed. If you feel that myMix CONTROL acts slow you might want to
try a different web browser app.
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Some basic information about myMix CONTROL
myMix CONTROL is web browser based application. This allows any computer or mobile device - independent of the operating
system- that runs a web browser application to work with myMix CONTROL. That is a big advantage because there is no need to
install dedicated software and drivers to communicate with the myMix PLUG interface. Please take a few minutes and make
yourself familiar with the file structure and exchange procedure in myMix CONTROL.
myMix File structure- Profiles-Preferences-Locking and IEX16 data
myMix stores all data entries or edits in the local memory, which is divided into three main groups: preferences, profiles and
locking. Profiles and all their content as well as preferences can be edited directly on the myMix device or via the myMix
CONTROL software. The locking can only be edited through the myMix CONTROL.
The IEX16 input expander has a much more simpler file structure. It can be edited through myMix CONTROL and also through
myMix devices as long as the input expander is not locked.
Preferences
Profiles
Up to 20
Locking
Profile 1
IEX16 Input Expander
Device Name
Input Configuration
All
Device Name
Activity Time Out
Channel Naming
Menus
Input Mode
Screen Brightness
Effect Type
Sub Menus
Input Configuration
Date
Master EQ
Mute
Channel Naming
Time
Channel Selection
Record
Input Gain
View Mode
Mix
Locking
myMix PLUG - Network Interface - File Transfer
myMix Plug has an independent file system which can receive and send data to devices in the myMix system. The settings are
handled in „Projects“. A project contains the data of all myMix and IEX16 devices, with all of their settings and data.
When the myMix PLUG interface gets connected to a myMix network, it automatically pulls in all data from the network. Data that
was already in the current project will get updated, but not erased. We recommend to save a project before you log-out and
close.
Opening a dedicated page on the web server interface refreshes the data for that particular page. Now changes in the editor can
be made and be applied (= send ) to the edited device. Leaving the editor with out applying (= sending) the data to the device
leaves the device unaltered. If a page is opened in the editor of the web browser and left open, while changes are made locally
on the device, they will not be automatically shown on the editor screen. Thus it is important to use always freshly updated
screens for editing. Below two examples of the data flow in the system.
Web Browser
Interface
myMix
PLUG
Internal
Memory
User
Interface &
Internal
Memory
1. Edit myMix (automatical refresh)
2. Sending data request to myMix
4. Display in web browser
4. Updating new data in project file
3. Sending data to myMix Plug
5. Changing one parameter value [APPLY]
6. Forwarding new value to myMix
7. New value on myMix.
1. Editing a value on myMix
2. Open or refresh editing page
3. Sending data request to myMix
6. Display of web browser
5. Updating new value in project file
4. Sending data to myMix PLUG
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Log-On to myMix CONTROL
When you have made a connection wired or wireless, you will
see the log-in page. The firmware version is displayed right
below. There are two user groups with different user rights:
Administrator - User name: admin
User - User name: user
Both have the generic password: password, which can be
changed under Administration. The „user“ can be kicked out of
the project by another user or administrator. The administrator
can‘t be kicked out by a user. Only the administrator has access
to the Adim page and it‘s functions (like password
management).
myMix CONTROL Home Page
Riders
HOME
- this page, for general administration
myMix
- overview about all myMix in project
IEX16
- overview about all IEX16 in project
Edit Project Info
Change project name, author and
description of current project
Create Project Creates a new project. If you create a new
project while connected to a network, all old
data from the current project will be cleared and only the
current data from the units on the network will be pulled in.
Save/LoadProject
Menu to up- and download project files.
Before you create a new project it‘s
recommended to save the project as back up.
View myMix Units
- overview about all myMix devices of
the current project
View IEX16 Units
- overview about all IEX16 in current
project
Admin
- Opens the administration page of myMix Plug
(only visible when logged in as „admin“).
Note on myMix Projects
You can save:
entire project with all devices and all their settings
myMix entire device settings
individual myMix Profile (config., channel select, mix settings)
individual myMix Lock Settings
Individual myMix Preferences (unit name, display settings, etc.)
IEX16 entire device settings (configuration with channel names)
A myMix projects file captures all data from all devices based on the MAC address. If you plan to use the exact same
hardware (same MAC address) then saving a profile is perfect to capture all data. If you plan to use the same or similar set up
but with other hardware (different MAC addresses) it‘s recommended to also save the myMix and IEX16 devices individually.
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Manage Projects
Edit Project Info
Change project name, author or edit the
project description.
Creates a new project erasing all data for
the current project on the myMix PLUG
(not on the myMix and IEX16) and pulling
in the current data from the units on the network. If you are
uncertain if you may need the data later it is recommend to
save the current project before making a new one.
Create Project
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Save/Load Project Opens the page to load and save a
project.
Loading a project in the myMix PLUG:
Is loading a project file with all data for myMix and IEX16
(including their MAC address) from either
Internal Storage = myMix PLUG memory
USB: USB drive connected to myMix PLUG interface
Upload = upload of project file from hard drive of the client
computer.
IMPORTANT NOTE: the uploaded project data will be
transferred to the connected myMix and IEX16 devices
and overwrite the current data. This should never be done
while people are using myMix.
Saving the entire project data to internal, USB or client
computer. The field “Save as“ allows to name the project file
differently. The data gets refreshed right before it is saved. We
recommend to make a backup of each project before closing
and powering down.
Loading a project
When you load a project file the project data is loaded to the
myMix Plug first and then forwarded to all devices currently in
the network with a matching MAC address (myMix and
IEX16). They will get all data as previously stored. Depending
on the file size this can take one or two minutes. Device
names can change easily, what counts for identification is the
MAC address.
Units that are in the project file but NOT in the network :
you will see them as „offline“ on the select pages
Units that are online in the network but not in the project file:
they will keep their setting without any changes.
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Administration Page
This menu is only available when logging in as „Admin“. The
remaining memory capacity is shown on top, e.g. 267MB.
Manage Passwords
Here you can create new passwords for the Administrator and
the User.
Manage Saved Preferences
Manage myMix Lock Settings
Manage Saved myMix Profiles
Manage Saved Projects
Showing a list of available files on the internal memory of the
myMix PLUG. „Delete“ deletes them from the memory.
Manage Device Labels
In order to identify myMix devices during set-up (myMix
powered down) it is recommend to apply physical labels to the
outside enclosure of the myMix. The „ Label“ allows to make
a link between the MAC address and the physical label on the
myMix.
To avoid errors typing the MAC address we recommend to
copy the MAC address from the myMix-Select Page (mark
with mouse and copy to clipboard, CTRL+C, CTRL+V). Copy
and past the MAC address of the myMix unit, then type in the
label (name/number), then press create. Edit allows to change
that info, delete erases the label. The info is stored on the
myMix PLUG.
Network Configuration
Allows you to turn off the wireless communication of the
myMix PLUG. This is only recommended when you are
already accessing via a LAN connection.
On this page you can update the
firmware of the myMix PLUG
interface. Please check if the
software update of the myMix PLUG will also require an
update of your myMix devices.
Software Update Page
Sets the myMix PLUG back to factory
default, including passwords and labels.
All project data in the internal memory will
be deleted. Before you reset your myMix PLUG make sure
that you have downloaded all data to a computer or the USB
drive.
Reset To Default
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myMix Select Page
myMix Select is showing all myMix devices in the current
project. The page refreshes the data from the network when
opened. Please note that it can take up to one minute to
recognize devices changing their status (online/offline).
Refresh
Refreshes the data from the network.
Each myMix is show with MAC address, device name
(preference), Label (if applied), and online status. Green=
currently online, red = currently offline.
Edit
Opens the myMix device for detailed information and
parameter editing.
Add new device
this function can be used to import a new „offline“ device to
the project file. Enter the MAC address and name hit „Create“.
Activates the Master Mute button on the myMix
device. When muted the button toggles to „Unmute“.
As the Master Mute on myMix is visible from the distance this
can also be used to locate a unit.
Mute
Status for „Send Mix to Network“. Can be activated
by switching from „off“ to „on, or deactivated by
switching to „off“. If a myMix has selected another mix from
the network, it will be automatically deselected when the Mix
to Network is enabled from here. With this function the
engineer can listen to every musician‘s mix, by activating
Send Mix to Network and selecting and soloing this channel
on the own myMix.
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Copy and paste profiles and lock settings from one myMix
to other myMix devices. These functions are very helpful
when preparing a larger system in a new project, as you
can edit one unit with the „start up setting“ and then copy to
all others. Or copy a setting from a myMix that has been
replaced with a new (different MAC) one.
Get a starting setting to all units on the system:
-1- create the profile you want to use as „master“ in one
myMix.
-2- Click Copy.
-3 - Select all myMix you want to copy that profile to with
the check box, or use „Select All“ -4- hit „Paste“. The „master copy is now available on all
devices you selected.
NOTE: the profile will be copied into all selected myMix when you
press „Paste“, but it will not change the current profile (in case
somebody is using the myMix the current profile will not be
changed). To change to the new profile use:
Change myMix Profile Globally
The drop down menu „Select Profile“ is showing all
existing profile names in the project. Select one, e.g.
„Rehearsal“ and the press „Change“. All myMix that have a
profile called „Rehearsal“ will then switch to this profile.
myMix units that don‘t have a profile with that name will
remain unaltered!
Using different names for the profiles allows to change
several myMix in groups.
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myMix Detail Page
This page shows the detail of the individually selected myMix
to edit the data or mange the individual settings from the
myMix.
MAC address of myMix - this is fix and serves as unique
identifier
Phantom Power: editable in profile
Input Mode: editable in profile
Channel names: editable in profile
Send Mix to Network: editable in profile, also on myMix-Select
page.
Profiles:
showing an overview of the locally stored profiles in that
myMix (max. 20). The current profile is marked with a yellow
bar and also in the pull down menu above. Independent of the
current profile you can :
Edit
Export
Copy
Delete
- opens the myMix-edit profile page
- export = save the setting internally, on USB or
your client computer
- creates a copy of that profile with the name: „ copy_
...“
- deletes this profile from this myMix
The „Current profile“ is displayed and can be changed by
selecting from the list and then „Change“. The profile will be
recalled on the myMix within a few seconds. If you make
changes any other but the current profile, they will be
transferred and saved in the myMix, but only become audible if
recalled.
Create „Empty“ Profile
This function creates a new profile with default settings. The channel selection will be copied from the current profile. Note that
creating a profile does not automatically recall it (like it does on the myMix device). This allows to create a profile and edit it
„offline“ before activating it - making it audible on the myMix. This function is an alternative for copying a profile.
Import Profile
Imports a previously saved (= exported) profile to this myMix device.
Edit Locks - opens the locking edit menu page
Import Locks - allows to import previously saved (exported) lock settings
Export Locks - allow to save the lock settings of this myMix in internal memory, USB or on client computer
Reset Locks - resets all lock settings of this myMix to unlocked.
Edit Preferences - opens the preference editing page for this myMix
Import Preferences - to import previously saved (exported) preference settings to this myMix
Export Preferences - to save the current preferences of this myMix to internal memory, USB, client computer
Reset Preferences - resets the preferences of this myMix to default
Export All Settings - allows to save all settings (preferences, locks and all profiles) of this myMix to internal memory, USB or
client computer.
Import All settings - allows to import previously saved myMix settings to this device.
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myMix Edit Profile Page
This page allows to edit the parameter in the current myMix
profile.
- Renames the current profile on the myMix and
in the project file.
Rename
Edit Mix
- opens the myMix edit mix page
Edit Channel Select
- opens the channel selection page
Phantom Power status: on or off
Input Mode: Dual Mono, Stereo, Mono, None
Channel 1 and Channel 2 Names
Send Mix to Network Status: On Off
Effect Type: Small/Medium/Large Room or Hall, or Delay
Effect Time for delay (applies only if delay is selected)
Repat intensity for delay (applies only if delay is selected)
Play Along Status (On/Off)
EQ Bypass Off = No EQ, On= EQ effective
Filter type for Low and High Master Eq (peaking or shelving)
Four-Band Master EQ
Frequency, Q and Gain per band.
this button transfers the file with the recently made
changes to the myMix and saves them in the project
file. Before the setting are applied the changes made on the
screen are not in effect.
Apply
Back
- leaves that page without sending data to myMix
and storing it in then project file.
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myMix Edit Mix Page
Edit Mix - Page is showing the current mix parameters of the myMix device at opening of the page. Note that changes made
manually on the myMix itself after the page is loaded are not reflected in this display. That‘s why we recommend not to leave
this page open too long (unless there is nobody operating the myMix manually). The mix is showing only channels that are
selected by the myMix (Channel Select) and are currently online.
Channels are shown with their network names: device name / channel name. Volume (0dB is max), Ton Control (from Bass12
to Flat to High 12), effect send and pan. The resolution of the UI is identical to one click with the myMix encoder.
The check boxes Solo and Mute can be used to active these function on the device. If solo and/or mute are active when the
page is opened, they will be displayed as checked and with the yellow resp. red logo.
The green dot indicates that the channel is online.
Clear All Solo
- is clearing all selected solo-ed channels at once. Needs „Save“ (Apply) to become active.
Clear All Mute
- is clearing all channel mutes at once. Needs „Apply“ (= transfer data)) to become active
Zero Mix
- „zeros“ the mix = all mix settings neutral. Needs „Apply“ ( = transfer data) to become active.
Enable Master Mute
- activates the Master Mute on the myMix. Enabled it reads: Disable Master Mute.
Note: the Master Mute function on a myMix a myMix is not part of the profiles. If activated or deactivated on a myMix locally it
stays in it‘s status until changed. It is memorized in myMix CONTROL as part of the project setting (not the profile).
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myMix Edit Channel Select Page
This pages shows network channels and their status regarding
selection in this profile. While not visible on the myMix device
itself - each profile stores up to 128 channels. myMix
automatically stores all channels it sees on the network, and if
they are selected or not.
The criteria for a „new channel“ to be memorized is the MAC
address of the sending device and the alphanumeric channel
name. Any change here is considered „new“ and will be
automatically saved.
Channels with yellow bar: selected and present on the mix
screen of the unit (also visible on the Edit-Mix page).
Channels with green dots:
channels that are online on the network, but currently not
selected in this profile, or selected but not displayed because
the 16 channel limit is exceeded.
To select or deselect a channel use the check box.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
myMix can select a max of 8 signal pairs (= max 16 channels).
If selections are made that exceed the 16, the myMix will
deselect automatically everything exceeding that maximum.
Channels with red dots and a check box for „delete“.
These channels are currently offline. If they are from a
previous set up and won‘t be needed in this profile any more
they can the deleted, by checking the delete box.
Apply
Transfers the changes on this page to the project file
and the myMix device.
Back
leaves the page without changes.
Add remote channel:
if you know the MAC address of a myMix device currently not
in the system and a channel name that you would like to add
offline, you can use this function.
NOTE: this function does not generate a channel, it has to be
on a device that will be later added to the network.
Note:
offline channels that are „left overs“ from old projects should be
deleted to keep the file size small. If there are new channels in
the network that you can‘t see please read paragraph: New
Network Channels.
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myMix Edit Lock Settings
The lock functions are completely new to myMix and only
accessible through the myMix CONTROL software. A myMix
that is locked can only be unlocked through myMix
CONTROL.
In this menu individual functions, the whole unit, or a menu can
be locked from unwanted access through the myMix front
panel. If a menu is locked, the individual functions therein will
automatically be faded. So e.g. if Settings is locked all functions
accessible through Settings are not available anymore and
„turned off“.
The lock settings of a myMix can be exported (edit myMix
page) and imported from internal memory, USB drive or client
computer.
Pressing Lock - send the lock message to the myMix. This
function can‘t be access on the myMix anymore.
To unlock, simply press „Unlock“.
If a menu is locked that includes several individual functions all
of them disappear from the screen.The current selection
includes:
Global Lock - complete unit is locked
Master Volume
Zero Mix
Solo
Mute
Settings (locks out everything accessible under settings)
Profiles
New Profile
Delete Profile
Rename Profile
Local Inputs/Outputs
Effects
Master EQ
Sessions
Delete
Rename
Play
Remote Channel Select
Remote Devices
Preferences
Unit name
Administration
Format SD Card
Restore Factory Defaults
Update IEX16 Firmware
Master Mute
Record
Channel-Volume
Channel-Tone
Channel-Effect
Channel-Balance
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myMix Edit Preferences Page
This page has about the same functionality as the preferences
menu on a myMix device.
You can change:
- the myMix Name
- the Current profile (in addition to the myMix detail page)
- Activity time out
- Screen brightness
- View mode (list or overview).
Save
- Transfer and save the changes to the project file
and the myMix device
Back
- Leaving the page without changes.
Select IEX16 Page
Select IEX Page is showing all available IEX16 in the project
file. Units that are currently online are shown with a green
indicator, units in offline with a red dot. Press EDIT to go to
the IEX16 configuration page.
This page is refreshed when opened. Note that new devices
on the network might take up to one minute to become
visible.
Add new device allows to add a new offline IEX16 (MAC
address, label and name). Note: the unit will only be
recognized if all of the above does match.
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Edit IEX16Page
Edit IEX16 page allows to edit the configuration of the
selected IEX16.
Name is the device name of the IEX16.
Locked allows to lock the unit from unwanted access through
myMix devices on the network.
Input Selector Mode for inputs 1-8 and 9-16: Line (DB25) or
ADAT (digital input via TOSLINK). See IEX16 manual for
further details.
Channel Names: names as will appear in the network for
every myMix device to see. When you change a channel
name it will become a „new channel“. If you plan to rename
several, you might consider creating a project and save the
current.
Input Mod can be changed between:
Dual Mono, Stereo, or Disable
In Stereo Mode only the name of channel 1 is used.
Gain allows to add 6dB or 12dB to the input.
Apply
- transferring the edited setting to the project file
and the IEX16 device.
Back
- leaving the page without changes
Export
Saving the settings to internal memory, USB stick
or computer.
Import
Imports configurations for IEX16 from internal
memory, USB drive or computer.
New network channels
Changing a name of a channel, or importing a complete
setting with all new names (= channel names that are not
stored already in the current myMix profiles) introduces a
new channel to the network.
If a myMix device has „free channel slots“ (e.g. less than 16
channels selected) these will be automatically shown on the
mix page with „zero“ settings.
To see these new channels in myMix CONTROL you need to
go first to the mix page of the myMix device, then they will
also be displayed on the channel select page.
If there are more new channels in the network then you can
see on the mix and channel select page, deselect as many
as you have new channels. Go to mix page and then they‘ll
show up in channel select, where you can select or deselect.
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Some advice to work efficiently with myMix CONTROL
Make Use of Labels
Use labels on your myMix and IEX16 devices. All myMix and IEX16 are usually named, but during set up before the power is on
they can‘t be differentiated. The label is a relation between the unique MAC address of a myMix or IEX16 and a physical label
that can be applied to the units. The label is saved on the myMix PLUG‘s internal memory. This one-time effort will save a lot of
time going forward. See page 7 for details.
Create a Library of Default Settings
With myMix CONTROL you can save an entire project but also individual settings of entire myMix units (including all profiles of a
unit, and lock settings) and IEX16 devices. In addition you can also save just an individual profile, the preferences or the lock
settings.
Utilize Copy and Paste for Profiles and Lock Settings on myMix-Select Page
The myMix select page (see page 8) is showing all myMix devices in the network. The copy and paste function on this page for
profiles and lock settings is the fastest way to deploy new settings to many devices simultaneously. Even if you plan to change
some settings like channel select or mix more individually, having a common „start profile“ that includes all available channel
names, or a basic lock setting helps speeding up the certain of a new project big time. Consider using a myMix yourself, create a
new profile and make a „starting mix“. Then copy that profile to the others units on the network.
Note that when pasting lock settings they will be deployed immediately. Pasting a profile writes it to the memory of the myMix,
but if the profile name is not the name of the current profile it has to be recalled using the global profile change.
Things to consider when creating an „all new project“ using myMix and IEX16
As an all new project we understand a set up with all or most new audio channel names. Independent if device names for the
myMix remain, the new audio channel names and the profiles using them make the difference.
1) Before you start with the new project make sure you have saved the current one.
2) Create audio channels for new project
2a) Enter the new channel names to the IEX16 (s), either manually, or by loading a previous setting
2b) If you use inputs on myMix devices, name the units, and the input channels, or consider importing a „default“ device.
2c) Turn off all inputs you don‘t want to use. If you need send mix to network only for one or two myMix leave it off for now.
3) Create New Project (that will kick out all offline devices).
4) Create a myMix with start settings (if you have created a default setting that you can import, skip 4a) and 4b).
4a) Open edit-details for one myMix, turn off local inputs and send mix to network, and delete all but the current profile.
4b) Go to channel select page and delete all unwanted offline channels
4c) If you see all channels you want to assign the Channel Select page continue with 4e)
4d) If you can‘t see all channels : toggle between mix page and channel select page to get all new channels visible on the
channel select page (see page 15).
4e) Select the channels that you want to be available as starting point for all or a group of myMix
4f) Unless you know very well the level requirements we recommend not to bring up the volumes, or only very low on the mix
page, you can however set some panning and maybe even effects.
4g) Probably rename the profile.
4f) Edit or import the lock settings to this devices as you want them as a starting point.
5) Use the copy and past on the Select-myMix page to transfer the setting to all other myMix that should share the setting. If you
have different groups of starting profiles, create several versions. If you want them to be changed globally at the same time
they need to have the same name.
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Firmware Update Instructions myMix CONTROL
You need the following files for the update (included in the zipped folder that contains this instruction)
For myMix Plug interface: the file „update.bin“ (about 99kB) on the harddisk of your computer
For myMix& IEX-16L: the files mymix.blob and iex16.blob.
Both need to be on a formatted (in myMix) SD card.
NOTE: Firmware release 1.51 and 1.54 are NOT compatible!
You need to have ALL network devices on the same rev.
1.Update the myMix devices and IEX16 to firmware 1.5x as usual.
2. Make sure all devices run firmware 1.5x
3. To update the myMix PLUG interface: power up the myMix plug without any network connection.
The myMixPlug is ready when one of the 3 green LEDS is flashing.
4. Create a wireless connection from your computer to the myMix PLUG
5. Open a web browser (e.g. Explorer, Firefox, Chrome) and enter: 192.168.1.1 in your browser
6. Log on to the myMix Plug (on the log-in page you should see the firmware version 1.47x, or 1.50) using:
username: admin
password: password (or whatever you have chosen)
7. Once you are logged in go to Administration
8. Move to the lower end of the page and find
„Reset to Default“. Click and confirm.
9. Click on „Software Update Pages“ and click on
„Choose File“.
10. Navigate to the file: update.bin and open.
11. The myMix PLUG is updated
12. Close Browser, open again and log-in again:
on the log-in page you should see now
myMix CONTROL 1.5x
13. Wait about a minute and power cycle the myMix PLUG.
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myMix PLUG Network Interface and Web Server
Specifications and Dimensions
42 mm
96 mm
65 mm
Marvel Kirkwood 6281-1.2GHz, 512MB 16bit DDR2 800MHz
NAND Flash. 512MB, WiFi 802.11 b/g, 1 GB Ethernet Port, 2 USB 2.0
Power input: 100-240VAC/50-60Hz Max. 20W
DC Consumption: 5V/3.0A Max.
95mm (L) x 65mm (W) x 48.5 mm (H)
LIMITED WARRANTY
This MOVEK warranty applies only to products you purchased for your own use.
MOVEK warrants that each myMix product that you purchase is free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use during the warranty period. The warranty period starts on the
original date of purchased specified on your sales receipt or invoice unless MOVEK informs you
otherwise in writing. During the warranty period of one year (or longer as required by law) MOVEK
will provide warranty service without charge for parts and labor in case a defect in material or
workmanship occurs.
THIS WARRANTY IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AND REPLACES ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OF EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY
NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN THAT EVENT, SUCH WARRANTIES APPLY ONLY TO THE EXTENT
REQUIRED BY LAW AND ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD. NO
WARRANTIES APPLY AFTER THAT PERIOD. SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT
ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION ON DURATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. LIMITATION OF WARRANTY: UNDER
NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MOVEK, ITS SUPPLIERS, RESELLERS, OR SERVICE
PROVIDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING EVEN IF INFORMED OF THEIR
POSSIBILITY: 1) THIRD PARTY CLAIMS AGAINST YOU FOR DAMAGES; 2) LOSS OR
DAMAGE TO YOUR DATA; OR 3) SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOST PROFITS, BUSINESS REVENUE, GOODWILL OR
ANTICIPATED SAVINGS. AS SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, THE
ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE OR JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION. YOU
MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS UNDER APPLICABLE LAW OR WRITTEN AGREEMENT
WITH MOVEK. NOTHING IN THIS WARRANTY AFFECTS STATUTORY RIGHTS, INCLUDING
RIGHTS OF CONSUMERS UNDER NATIONAL LEGISLATION GOVERNING THE SALE OF
CONSUMER GOODS THAT CANNOT BE WAIVED OR LIMITED BY CONTRACT.
Declaration of Conformity (for USA)
Model Number:
Type of Equipment:
Responsible Party:
Address:
Telephone Number :
Information on Disposal of Old Equipment
The symbol below on the products, packaging and/or accompanying documents
means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with
general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old
product please take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your
national legislation and the directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC. By disposing of
these products correctly, you will help to save valuable sources and prevent any
potential negative effects on human health and the environment. For more
information about collection and recycling of old products, please contact your local
municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased
the item.
The symbol above is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these
items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method
of disposal.
myMix PLUG
Computer Interface for Audio Equipment
MOVEK, LLC
6517 Navaho Trail, Edina, Minnesota, 55439, U.S.A.
1 (952) 657-7889
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
a)
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
b)
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
c)
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
d)
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
manufacturer for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this
equipment.
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