OVERVIEW

CMC was the first mixer to make computer aided mute and routing automation available at a price that smaller 8, 16 and 24 track studios could afford. The original design was upgraded to the MKII – see FAQ section below for details. The CMC was wholly designed by current Allen & Heath Managing Director, Glenn Rogers.

 

 

 

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FEATURE SUMMARY

  • Formats: CMC24 (24:16:2), CMC32 (32:16:2)
  • 6 (CMC24) or 24 (CMC32) full input / output channels with mic, line, tape input and tape output sockets, pre-EQ insert points, 3 band EQ with swept mid, 6 auxiliaries and tape monitor facilities
  • Both formats have 8 line input / subgroup channels to the right of the master section, with 2 band EQ and full aux routing
  • CARS (computer aided routing system) allows mute and route functions to be recalled manually or synchronised to MIDI or SMPTE
  • 2 master outputs – 1 hi level, 1 low level
  • Peak leds on all channels and master meters switchable between peak and VU
  • CMPTE. Optional SMPTE time code option, connecting the CMC to a Commodore 64/128 computer cartridge slot
  • CMR (for CMC MKII only). Optional remote programmer allowing MIDI patch storage on KMM RAM cartridges
  • PSU. External linear power supply. Could be ordered in rack mount format at extra cost

 

Important

Allen & Heath + macOS Catalina

The correct operation of this product with macOS Catalina is not yet verified by our development and test departments. As a result, macOS Catalina is not currently supported.

As our test programmes are completed we will update this notice.