Designed for content creators and livestreaming, TC-Helicon's GoXLR Mini is the small-format mixer you need. This mini mixer makes juggling multiple sources, including a microphone, and headset, a gaming console feed, and audio from your computer a breeze. Each of the four channels has its own fader and programmable mute button. Something Sweetwater content creators are glad TC-Helicon kept from the full-sized GoXLR is the GoXLR Mini's !@#$?* expletive censorship button, which lets you keep it PG (and be generally goofy). Finish it off with a dedicated mic mute button and flexible onboard DSP that's easy to program, and you'll get a ton of mileage out of your GoXLR Mini.
The GoXLR Mini is a stripped-down version of the GoXLR, with a minimalist hands-on control surface that lets you keep your attention on your content. What's great is that there's a ton of power below the surface. For starters, the GoXLR Mini App lets you customize the backlighting, define your audio routing, set mute modes, and handle other important setting. And you can save and recall these settings to effortlessly switch from gaming to podcasting, and beyond.
What do you need to sound your best? A bit on EQ? How about compression? And a gate sure is handy for keeping out noise. Guess what: you get all of those built right into TC-Helicon's GoXLR Mini. What's more, the GoXLR Mini App lets you completely control these processors, so you can set them up to best meet your needs. No one-size-fits-all processing here. And because all of this processing takes place in the GoXLR Mini's hardware, you don't have to worry about sacrificing frame rate for superior audio.
The GoXLR Mini is far more than meets the eye. With the equivalent of 12 sound cards in one, you can customize your audio routing in up to 24-bit/48kHz resolution for your most important inputs – microphone, music, game audio, stream alerts, and more. The analog side of the GoXLR Mini is easily as impressive, thanks to its premium MIDAS preamp. You get plenty of clear gain for even classic low-output broadcast mics, plus phantom power for condenser mics.