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Sound Mixers for Beginners

Sound Mixers for Beginners

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If you’re a musician who is thinking about taking your show on the road, a sound mixer may be on your wish list. If you don’t know where to start, I have some good news—you’re in the right place.

What’s a Mixer Anyway?

In simple terms, a mixer allows you to blend or “mix” multiple audio signals together from different sources, such as microphones, guitars, and keyboards, and you can polish each sound independently with tools such as equalizers, and effects like reverb and echo. You can then send that audio to external devices, such as powered speakers, or a portable audio recorder.

Depending on what you want to do, whether it’s setting up a PA system for rock band practice, street performing on the go, or sound reinforcement for a small venue such as a bar or restaurant, there are several types of mixers to consider, each with various strengths and weaknesses.

Analog Mixers vs Digital Mixers

Analog mixers and digital mixers have a lot of similarities, but also some key differences. On an analog mixer, each fader and knob has one dedicated function, and all the controls are out in the open and easy to find. If there are effects, they are typically simple, usually only allowing for use of one effect at a time. This makes analog mixers great for beginners who are still getting comfortable with signal flow. Analog mixers also come in convenient varieties such as powered mixers, which include integrated power amplifiers and can be connected directly to passive speakers, and portable PA systems, which include a mixer, amplifier, and one or more speakers in an all-in-one package.

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