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    Mackie Tapco 6306

    Mixer

    This affordable mini-mixer from Mackie brings their Tapco brand bang up to date.

    Reviews Dec 2003
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    Q. Are all faders created equal?

    Different mixing consoles and multitrackers have different kinds of faders — long- and short-throw, motorised, touch-sensitive, conductive plastic, and so on. Clearly, not all faders are created equal, but what are the essential differences?

    Sound Advice Dec 2003
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    Yamaha MG16/6FX

    Analogue 16:4:2 Mixer

    Another affordable mixer from Yamaha offers 16-channel, four-bus architecture, with a surprisingly good built-in effects section.

    Reviews Nov 2003
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    Q. What do Solo, PFL and AFL do?

    Please can you explain the difference between 'soloing' a channel and using the other buttons marked 'PFL' and 'AFL' to listen...

    Sound Advice Sep 2003
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    Yamaha 01V96

    Digital Mixer

    Yamaha's entry-level digital mixer gets an 02R96-style makeover, providing increased digital audio resolution, improved channel and effects processing, and surround functionality.

    Reviews Aug 2003
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    Yamaha MG16/4

    Mixing Console

    We test this entry-level mixer for simple recording and monitoring tasks.

    Reviews Jul 2003
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    Roland M1000

    Digital Line Mixer

    A unique problem-solver from Roland combines line mixing, sample rate conversion and a USB audio interface in a single rack space.

    Reviews Jun 2003
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    Soundcraft Spirit E Series

    The newest Spirit mixers offer a straightforward feature set and long-throw faders at a seriously...

    Reviews . Apr 2003
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    Behringer Eurorack UB2442FX Pro

    Analogue Mixer

    The flagship of Behringer's newest line of mixers is a four-buss design with 26 inputs, four aux sends and an internal effects processor.

    Reviews Feb 2003
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    MAM MLM62 rack mixer.

    MAM MLM62

    Rackmount Mixer

    This compact mixer could be a godsend if you've got more sound modules and effects units than soundcard inputs.

    Reviews Jan 2003
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    Q & A January 2003

    Your Technical Questions Answered

    Can I use my drum pads to trigger drum machine sounds? • Are red indicators in audio software significant? • What is 'zero level'? • Can you advise me on vocal recording and microphones? • Why have my faders stopped working? • Does normalising have any adverse effect on audio? • Can I obtain better orchestral sounds on a budget?

    Sound Advice Jan 2003
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