YoloBox Pro Update v1.3.1 – Audio Mixing Now Available

You asked, we delivered! We’re thrilled to share with you that the long-awaited audio mixing is finally available after a few weeks of hard work of our engineering and testing team and our dear users including Julio Montas, Adrian Lee and Tim Simpson who also contributed a lot to this new feature.

Now let’s dive into how to use this feature: 

There are 10 channels under the audio mixing, including 1 Program, 1 Line In, 1 Mic In, 3 HDMI, 1 USBA/C, 2 SD Card Videos and 1 Live Stream. 

Note: ”LiveStream” is an RTMP Pull source. Currently you can only utilize this feature by having another YoloBox, signed in the same account, then video sources from the other YoloBox can be added to this YoloBox. This is mainly made for remote production. 

The “Program” is to control how you hear on the headphone or the audio output to a monitor. For the rest of the channels, you can choose up to 3 channels from 2 HDMI audio, 1 Line-in/Mic-in, and 2 SD card audio. USB-A/C audio and live stream audio input can not be mixed for now.

You can tap on the control bar to manually boost the volume of the incoming sound10 decibels, or move to the opposite direction to reduce the volume of a certain channel. Or simply tap on the “OFF” button to mute it so you don’t have to remember where you were before the channel was muted. To mute the sound of all channels, simply tap the “OFF” button of the “Program” to do that. 

Although there are still some limitations on the audio mixing right now, we’ll keep updating it to make it your all-in-one device for live streaming. 

If you love this update, leave a comment below or share this post out. Not a YoloBox/Pro user yet? Feel free to reach out at contact@yololiv.com.


  1. Hello
    I just want to congratulate the fantastic Yolobox Team for the wonderful job concerning the audio mixing! I am testing and it is very wonderful! Thanks a lot for the job! I know Mr Adrian is a very clever man and ask me to make a tutorial video about the correct use of this mixer! My suggestions are:
    1. Having the microphone and the line in operate separately because in some cases we have to speak into the microphone while playing music.
    2. What is the importance of the Ad button?

    Best regards.


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