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DB (decibel) A common unit of measure for audio. pre-fader detent A point of resistance in the path that a mixer knob or fader travels. Detents are used to mark important settings. As you turn the knob or slide the fader, you’ll feel it “click” into the detent. Describes an aux send that sends a signal that has not passed through the channel fader. return A line input whose function is to carry back to the mixer an audio signal that has been sent from the mixer. Usually used in the application of effects.
Term Definition aux (auxiliary) An additional set of outputs and inputs found on many mixers. These allow the addition of external effects and other audio sources. balance A control that lets you control the position of sound in a stereo signal by altering the relative levels of the left and right channels. bus The electrical component that carries signals from multiple sources to a single destination such as an amplifier. channel A path through which an audio signal flows. channel strip A section of a mixer on which reside controls like a fader, EQ and pan for manipulating the signal of an input channel.
Channel A path through which an audio signal flows. channel strip A section of a mixer on which reside controls like a fader, EQ and pan for manipulating the signal of an input channel. clipping The cutting of an audio signal caused by a level that is too great for a mixer circuit to handle. codec Compression/decompression algorithm. Different CODECs are used by different digital audio devices and file formats. phantom power condenser microphone A type of high-quality microphone that produces a weak signal, usually requiring an external power source like the ones provided by your MultiMix 8 USB’s XLR mic inputs.