The Studio Control Graphic User Interface (GUI) is software for the MXL Studio 24 that adds polish to desktop recordings of podcasts, voice-overs, instruments and vocals. It delivers professional-sounding results on PC and Mac computers.

Studio Control Graphic User Interface (GUI)

Interface display

The MXL Studio 24 USB includes a custom GUI that controls the analog functions within the microphone. This feature allows you to fine tune adjustments such as phase, roll-off, noise gate and more. The Studio 24 USB works without the Studio Control GUI ,however, the GUI can be a valuable tool for making audio adjustments and experimenting with sound.

Click to download Studio Control / Windows XP, Vista, 7
Click to download Studio Control / MAC OS X, 10.5, 10.6

Leveler

The Leveler automatically adjusts the microphone input gain to limit dynamic range and to prevent clipping. This is accomplished by increasing the gain when the input level drops below a set Minimum Threshold and decreasing the gain when the input level goes over a set Maximum Threshold. The effects of the leveler will be heard in the headphone monitoring and will be recorded on the computer. Leveler Display

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Noise Gate

The noise gate automatically mutes the microphone input when the signal goes below the set threshold. When the microphone signal returns above the threshold, the microphone input will be un-muted. The effects of the noise gate will be heard in the headphone monitoring and will be recorded on the computer.

Noise Gate Display

Input

All of the changes in this section will affect what you hear in the direct monitoring and recorder signal on the computer.

Input Display

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output

This section will affect only the signals going to the headphone jack on the side of the microphone.
None of the signals being recorded on the computer will be affected.
Output Display

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Recall Settings

This section is for saving, loading, and resetting all of the parameters on the Studio Control GUI.
Recall Settings Display

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