Bastl Tools teases small stereo mixer with unique saturation manages

Bastl Tools teases small stereo mixer with unique saturation manages This could be the perfect way to connect all your sound synths and devices.
Bastl Tools teases small stereo mixer with unique saturation manages



Bastl Tools is no stranger to quirky handles music tools and currently they're including a mobile stereo mixer to the schedule. The company simply announced Bestie, a tiny mixer with lots of classic control options and feelings. This 5-channel stereo mixer flaunts individual network mutes and gain boosts up to +20 dB, so it should incorporate well with a varied array of tools, from guitars to past and synthesizers.


This is a Bastl item, however, so development comes through an integrated stereo saturation device and distortion. Low-noise preamps go along with each network, radiating a limelight on any saturation impacts you use. The impacts go from refined to outright destruction with the twist of a call. The company says that it will produce a "unique tremolo-like effect" when pressed to the maximum.


Design-wise, the Bestie takes many hints from its relative, the Guy monophonic mixer. The form factor is mobile and it's powered by a USB-C link or 4 AA batteries. There are 5 stereo networks, equating to 5 sound resources, but there's a small caution. Much like many ultra-portable mixers such as Teen Engineering's TX-6, the Bestie features tiny 3.5mm input jacks.


These jacks offer instant integration with gadget-like tools, such as Korg Volcas and so forth, but you'll need an adapter (or 5) to connect to professional-grade synthesizers, guitars and simply about anything else. Unlike Teen Engineering's mixer, however, it appearances such as there suffices room in the rear of the Bestie to accommodate 3.5mm to ¼-inch stereo jack adapters.

Bastl Tools teases small stereo mixer with unique saturation manages



There's another point of mention to divide Bastl's new mixer from the load. At $200, this point is incredibly affordable. Contrast that to the TX-6's mammoth price of $1,200 and you can see the appeal. There are various other mass-market mobile mixers at this price range, but none with this type of unique sound pedigree. The Bastl Bestie stereo mixer is available to demonstration at this week's NAMM 2023 conference and is presently available for preorder, with items shipping out in the coming weeks.




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