What Is the Signal Flow of the Mixer?

- Nov 20, 2018-

The signal flow of the mixer is divided into three parts: the signal input part, the bus part, and the signal output part. The sound source signal is input from the microphone or input from the line, and the gain is adjusted to enter the equalization process for sound quality compensation, and the attenuator is used for the mixing ratio adjustment; and then the sound image is adjusted to enter the left and right channel bus bars and the group bus. The sound signal is extracted before and after the fader, and enters the auxiliary busbar respectively; the mixed acoustic signal coming out from the busbar is mixed and amplified, adjusted in size and amplitude, and isolated and amplified; and the corresponding various outputs are sent out. The sound signal sent from the auxiliary or the signal of the external device passes through the effector or other processing, and enters the mixer from the auxiliary return end for size adjustment and sound image adjustment, superimposes with the signals on the left and right channels, and then sends out together.



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