In professional audio, an automixer is a hardware or software device that balances multiple sound sources, usually microphones, based on each source's level, quickly and dramatically attenuating inactive inputs on the fly to deliver a more focused and intelligible mix that has less hiss, rumble, reverberation and noise. Automatic microphone mixers use a variety of protocols that allow increased gain before feedback for live sound reinforcement as well as reducing comb filtering between multiple microphones for recorded and broadcast applications.
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Media in category "Automixer"
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- Automix 4 graphic user interface.png 313 × 843; 18 KB
- Dugan automixers - Altecs, and prototype D at top.jpg 732 × 768; 117 KB
- Dugan automixers - Dugan Model A8 and A6, and prototype.jpg 1,024 × 768; 111 KB
- Matrix mixer in rack.jpg 735 × 516; 96 KB