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Analog Mixing Consoles - Mixing Console Layout, Signal Flow and I/O.
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Which is NOT one of the four most common and important areas of the mixer?
All are correct.
Gain Stage 2 and 3 provide 5–10 dB of Gain. Gain Stage 1 provides:
30–35dB of Gain.
50–55dB of Gain.
60–65dB of Gain.
40–45dB of Gain.
There may actually be 2 or more stereo buses, meaning multiple Master Faders. True or false?
Polarity and Phase are the same thing. True or false?
When we press the MUTE button, the signal is re-routed to the signal ground circuit-a dead end. True or false?
What does the Input Section do?
Accept mic and line level sources
All answers are correct
Offer features to help the recording/mix process
Apply gain-up to operational level
How does the signal get to the DAW or MTR?
Subgroups and Direct Outputs
Multi-track Buses on Big Consoles
All answers are correct
The Stereo bus & Main Outputs
Gain Stage 1 is the microphone preamp and ideally should be the one of highest quality and quietest circuits in the device. True or false?
Gain Stage one is located in the:
What type of input is NOT in the input section?
All are in the input section
TS High Impedance Input
Gain Stage 1 provides more gain than Gain Stage 2 and 3 in the console. True or false?
Gain Stage 2 is also known as the Master Fader. True or false?
Each Subgroup Master has an EQ. True or false?
The difference between gain and trim is related to the design of the pre-amplifer circuit. True or false?
What is the basic mode of operation for the SOLO button in a DAW?
None of the other answers are correct
What is the best type of connection to use for processors that have both send and return jacks?
Circuit noise is full of low frequency. True or false?
The Gain Knob applies gain to the input signal, and the Trim knob cuts gain from the output signal. True or false?
The Stereo Bus is located between the:
Channel Fader and Master Fader
Master Fader and Main Outputs
AUX Section and the Channel Fader
Input Section and Channel Fader
You can assign a signal to more than one subgroup bus by pressing more than one assignment button. True or false?
According to Signal Flow, the MUTE button is post Channel Fader and pre-Pan. True or false?
What kind of connection allows you to split a signal?
When using the SOLO button in Pre-Fader Listen Mode, the signal interrupts the Master. True or false?
Which user control is the most important?
Mic Line Switch
Gain Trim Knob
The primary artery or spinal column for the signal path is the:
Analog Mixing Consoles
Mixing Console Layout, Signal Flow and I/O
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