JamHub - GreenRoom
Mp3 Player, digital recorder, Product Dimensions
Each SoleMix control section is like an individual mixer, with a stereo instrument input and a mic input. You get to create the mix that's right for you while the other band members do the same. Think of the JamHub's controls as many mixers put together in one portable, affordable unit. Each person controls their own mix and their own creative space.
Want to practice a popular song? Simply plug in your MP3 player – and start jamming.
The SoleMix remote lets you create a unique mix for the output jack on the remote. Each remote has its own headphone jack so you can have complete con- trol over your mix and output level with one cable from the JamHub main unit. It is not connected to any specific section because it controls output only.
The SoleMix remote was created so that drummers, keyboard players and musicians who are "stuck" behind their gear can make mix changes without moving to the main JamHub unit. The remote acts just like the SoleMix section on the JamHub but without the input section (input trims, jacks and stage con- trol). Below is an illustration of a remote setup option.
- One JamHub SoleMix® remotes
- JamHub power supply
- Two mono-to-stereo adapter (for mono cable emergencies)
- JamHub GreenRoom quick start guide
- JamHub manual
- JamHub sticker
Product dimensions 373 mm x 229 mm x 56mm
(14.7" x 9.0" x 2.2")
- Guitar, Bass, Drums and Vocals
- Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards and Vocals
- Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, MP3 and Vocals
The “R” section SoleMix™ controls can be setup for a recording mix and that mix can be captured with the analog headphone output jack. Good quality rehearsal recordings made simple. Never miss a minute of inspiration.
Using the headphone output on the “R” section, you can record to your favorite device with a simple setup. Connect to an MP3 player or a portable digital recorder with a TRS cable and capture that new song for everyone to hear.
Each section, and each remote, can set how much of the effects engine they would like in their mix. It allows each player can decide how much they want to "wet out" the vocals. The effects engine is connected to the mic inputs only. We did this because most modeling amps, keyboards and electronic drums have their own built- in effects. If you've ever heard one reverb put on top of another reverb, you understand why we avoided mixing the two.
, Electronic Drums
, Keyboard Players
, Mp3 Player
, Portable Digital Recorder
, Product Dimensions