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Mackie Onyx24 24-channel Analog Mixer with Multi-track USB

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Mackie Onyx24 24-channel Analog Mixer with Multi-track USB

Meet the new centerpiece of your studio or live rig. The Mackie Onyx24 is a premium 24-channel USB mixer for professional multitrack recording and live sound applications. With incredible sound and a powerful digital FX engine, you’ll have the ultimate solution at your fingertips.


Whether you’re in the studio or hitting the big stage, you need a highly capable mixer on your side. Every detail of the Mackie Onyx24 is geared towards recording at a professional level, from our award-winning Onyx preamps to the Perkins “British Style” EQs inspired by classic desks from the ‘60s and ‘70s.

Product features

  • Classic Sound, Modern Performance
  • Multitrack Recording via USB or SD card, up to 24-bit/96kHz
  • Award-Winning Onyx Preamps for Pristine Audio
  • Powerful FX Engine with Customizable Presets
  • Studio Command Interface with Full-color LCD
  • Bluetooth® Streaming to any Channel


The Mackie Onyx24 features 18 low-noise microphone preamps with 60dB of clean gain. Combined with sophisticated analog circuitry, you’ll get rich sound for studio production, theatre and house of worship.


Onyx24 mixers feature an enhanced 3-Band “British Style” EQ based on the same circuit used on classic mixing consoles from the ‘60s and ‘70s. This version designed by Mackie has greater filter control, minimum phase shift and allows you to pinpoint specific frequency ranges.

To create the Perkins EQ, Cal Perkins started with the Wien Bridge circuit topology inspired by the hallowed “British” desks of the ‘60s and ‘70s. This design essentially trades boost/cut capability for a wider, highly musical Q filter. After a mind-numbing amount of math, Cal was able to specify capacitor and resistor values that would give the EQ an extra 6dB of control (±15 dB) without excessively narrowing the “Q” or bandwidth of the filters. It's what we call a win-win.


Working on an album? Have a big video project on the horizon? Get high-resolution multitrack recording through your DAW. Connect your Mackie Onyx24 mixer to Mac or PC via USB to record at resolutions up to 24-Bit / 96kHz. To keep it simple, you also have the option of recording a full stereo mix straight to an SD card.