Teenage Engineering has created another beautiful (and pricey!) tech object in their TX-6, a portable mixer. It's "comparable to larger units, but with even more tech packed into one sturdy little machine," the company writes.
"TX–6 is our powerful 6 channel stereo mixer with built-in equalizer, filters, compressor, aux send, cue and digital effects. This ultra-portable mixer can also be used as a multi-functional usb-c audio interface. Constructed in anodized aluminum with PU leather backing."
Here's a rundown of its features and UI:
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As handsome as the object is, that screen is definitely designed for Teenage eyes. The functionality does indeed seem powerful, but I think there's quite a bit of a learning curve:
As for the aforementioned price, the diminutive TX-6 rings in at an eye-watering $1,200.
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Great UX. Overcomes so many devices that have so many "Value Added" functions behind a menu knob that by the time you actually start recording, you don't even remember the song. Note: If you go to their website, you will see a raw aluminum finish (that I'm a total sucker for) that doesn't quite come through the photos or video. Extreme portability to boot. Looks to be a great product from a decidedly analogue person.
...I forgot. "eye watering" price point. I agree.