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Audio Mixers

In sound recording and reproduction, and sound reinforcement systems, a mixing console is an electronic device for combining sounds of many different audio signals. Inputs to the console include microphones being used by singers and for picking up acoustic instruments, signals from electric or electronic instruments, or recorded music. Depending on the type, a mixer is able to control analog or digital signals. The modified signals are summed to produce the combined output signals, which can then be broadcast, amplified through a sound reinforcement system or recorded.

Mixing consoles are used in many applications, including recording studios, public address systems, sound reinforcement systems, nightclubs, broadcasting, television, and film post-production. A typical, simple application combines signals from microphones on stage into an amplifier that drives one set of loudspeakers for the audience. A DJ mixer may have only two channels, for mixing two record players. A coffeehouse's tiny stage might only have a six-channel mixer, enough for two singer-guitarists and a percussionist. A nightclub stage's mixer for rock music shows may have 24 channels for mixing the signals from a rhythm section, lead guitar and several vocalists. A mixing console in a professional recording studio may have as many as 96 channels.

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Samson 12 Channel 4 Buss Mixer #MDR1248
Regular Price: $299.99
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Samson 16 Channel, 4 Bus Mixer with Effects #MDR1688
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Adamson ALFM24
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Adamson ALFM32
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Behringer 18 X16 Channel USB Audio Interface for iPad #X18
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Behringer XAIR XR18 Digital Mixer for iPad/Android Tablets #XR18
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Mackie 4-Channel Mixer 402VLZ3
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