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Online Guide Mixers
Important Terms

 


Pre/Post-Fade

A term used to describe the route an
AudioGenerally used to mean "sound"; technically it describes periodic fluctuations of air pressure or electrical energy at frequencies and amplitudes within the human range of hearing; sound, or electrical energy that represents sound; acoustic, mechanical, or electrical frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves.
audio
signal takes within a
ConsoleA device through which audio signals are routed for mixing, monitoring, processing and re-routed for either recording, amplification or both. A console contains a number of channel strips and a selection of auxiliary, monitoring and main outputs.
mixer
, most commonly applied to aux sends. Pre-fade means that the aux send isn't affected by the main
FaderVariable level control in the form of a slider usually found on audio mixing consoles, allowing attenuation of audio signals, also used on control surfaces for control of a variety of parameters.
fader
level (and sometimes also the EQ) - this is usually used for
Monitor1) Recording studio loudspeaker. 2) Stage loudspeaker, usually wedge-shaped, facing the performers so that they may hear themselves. 3) Computer display screen.
monitor
and headphone mixes, giving the performer a mix that is independent of the
FOHFront-Of-House: a live sound term referring to equipment producing sound directed at the audience, as opposed to monitoring for the benefit of performers.
FOH
or main mix. Alternatively, post-fade signals are affected by the
FaderVariable level control in the form of a slider usually found on audio mixing consoles, allowing attenuation of audio signals, also used on control surfaces for control of a variety of parameters.
fader
level, and this is normally used for
EffectsGeneral term applied to audio processors for dynamics, time, ambience and equalisation whether in the form of 19" rack units, guitar floor pedals, or software plug-ins.
effects
sends where the level of the effect or ‘wet’ signal therefore follows the level of the untreated or ‘dry’ signal.


BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
Balanced
or Unbalanced

Describes the manner of a signal’s transfer from source to destination.
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
Balanced
signals require a
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
balanced
output at one end and a
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
balanced
input at the other end in order deliver their advantage, which is the substantial reduction of any
DistortionIn most cases distortion is an undesirable alteration to a signal which occurs when a piece of equipment is driven with a input level that is too high for its operating level. Sometimes, as in the case of guitar distortion, this can be an intentional and desirable effect.
noise
induced in the cable. This is achieved by sending the
AudioGenerally used to mean "sound"; technically it describes periodic fluctuations of air pressure or electrical energy at frequencies and amplitudes within the human range of hearing; sound, or electrical energy that represents sound; acoustic, mechanical, or electrical frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves.
audio
signal down two separate cores of the cable, one of which has its
PhaseIn audio and signal processing in general, phase describes the relationship between one or more signals and time. If two signals are identical but one is delayed by less than one complete wave cycle, the difference is described as a phase difference. This is normally expressed in degrees, with 360 representing a full wavelength.
phase
inverted. At the other end, the inverted signal is re-inverted and combined with the untreated signal, at which stage any interference that has been picked up in the cable will be cancelled out, leaving the original signal in-phase, at twice the strength, and without any interference.
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
Balanced
connections are usually made either with
XLRA 3-pin audio connector usually used for balanced audio connections and the standard connector for microphones requiring phantom power.
XLR
or Tip-Ring-Sleeve (TRS)
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jack
connections. A
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
balanced
TRSTip/Ring/Sleeve: a type of jack connector with a narrow band ('ring') separating the tip from the sleeve. This is connected to a coaxial cable with two conducting cores and an insulating sleeve, and has a variety of uses including unbalanced stereo, balanced mono, unbalanced send/return and footswitch connections.
TRS
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jack
connection will have two rings on the connector as opposed to an
UnbalancedAn audio connection where both wires (or 'legs') carry signal, even when one of them also acts as a shield (as opposed to a balanced connection which uses two wires PLUS a shield).
unbalanced
one which has just one.
TRSTip/Ring/Sleeve: a type of jack connector with a narrow band ('ring') separating the tip from the sleeve. This is connected to a coaxial cable with two conducting cores and an insulating sleeve, and has a variety of uses including unbalanced stereo, balanced mono, unbalanced send/return and footswitch connections.
TRS
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jacks
are sometimes known as a ‘stereo’
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jacks
, as they can also be used to transmit an
UnbalancedAn audio connection where both wires (or 'legs') carry signal, even when one of them also acts as a shield (as opposed to a balanced connection which uses two wires PLUS a shield).
unbalanced
stereo signal. The main problem when using
UnbalancedAn audio connection where both wires (or 'legs') carry signal, even when one of them also acts as a shield (as opposed to a balanced connection which uses two wires PLUS a shield).
unbalanced
connections is that of combating interference, and although less of an issue in smaller applications,
UnbalancedAn audio connection where both wires (or 'legs') carry signal, even when one of them also acts as a shield (as opposed to a balanced connection which uses two wires PLUS a shield).
unbalanced
cables used in environments demanding longer cable runs can suffer from undesirable buzzes and
HumUnwanted sound of a specific frequency constantly present in an audio signal, often caused by interference from AC mains power and therefore occurring at 50Hz or mathematically related frequencies.
hums
. Almost all
MicrophoneA device which converts airborne sound into an electrical signal.
microphones
and
MicrophoneA device which converts airborne sound into an electrical signal.
mic
inputs are
BalancedTerm used to describe a system of audio connection that employs phase inversion noise cancellation. Using two signal wires and an earth, the audio is split and phase inverted in the second signal wire. On reaching the destination the second signal is re-inverted and combined with the first. Any electromagnetic interference is picked up equally by each signal cable and so will be cancelled out by the phase inversion. A balanced line requires balanced equipment at both ends.
balanced
, although line level inputs and outputs vary.

 

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