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12 inputs and an FX send control for each channel, 4 mic preamps, and CD/tape inputs assignable to main mix or...
Building on the success of our legendary SR24• 4 mixing console, Mackie is proud to introduce the new Onyx...
12 channels, 10 with mic inputs and 2 with stereo line inputs. Insert points on mic channels and XLR main...
There's a ton of talent involved in audio production and DJing - that's a fact. Something else that's a fact, though, is that you've got to back your talent up with the right equipment to get the best results. In any pro audio setting, one of the most important ingredients to success is a great audio mixer. Fortunately, that's something you can easily find thanks to the impressive selection of mixers available right here.
The first step to choosing a new audio mixer is always to decide how you'll be putting it to use. After that, it's simply a matter of narrowing your options down to models that fit your needs. For example, if you're looking for something that makes digital integration a breeze, take a look at the PreSonus StudioLive series mixers. These are designed from the ground up to work hand-in-hand with production software for a seamless bridge between analog and digital.
Professional audio setups can get pretty complex once you start adding lots of gear, so there's a lot to be said for consolidation. That's the benefit you can get from choosing a powered mixer. These units essentially combine a mixer and an amp into one, so you'll have one fewer piece of equipment to carry around with you. A solid example is Yamaha's EMX512SC. This isn't just a mixer, and it's more than even a mixer/amp combo: it also has a built-in EQ and a bank of 16 digital effects. The amount of functionality that Yamaha has managed to pack into a single piece of hardware is nothing short of impressive.
Digital and powered mixers are only two of the varieties you'll find here. Searching for an analog console or a mixer designed specifically for DJs? There are plenty of these as well. Whatever it is that you're looking for in a mixer, it's a safe bet that you'll discover it within the selection that you're browsing right now.