Audio Mixer Circuits

  

An audio mixer circuit, also called a mixing console, is an electronic circuit for combining, and modifying audio signals. In the process, the source signals level, frequency content, dynamics, and panoramic position are manipulated and effects such as reverb may be added. Audio mixers can be analog or digital type. Digital mixing consoles use Digital Signal Processing concepts and analog mixers are usually based on op-amps electronic circuits.

Audio mixing is practiced for music, film, television and live sound. The process is generally carried out by a mixing engineer operating a mixing console or digital audio workstation. The input audio signals could be anything from microphone inputs, to an audio output of a cd player, to an output of a PC sound card or any other type of analog audio sources.

The basic mixer will be able to combine those signals from different signal sources, change the volumes of each input channel, as well as the overall volume of the mixer output, or the equalization, bass, midrange, treble on each audio channel.

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FET Audio Mixing and Switching Circuit Diagram Two or more signals can be switched and /or mixed without annoying clicks by using this fet audio mixer and.

This multi channel audio mixer circuit diagram is built using LM3900 and is used in sound recording to produce most interesting audio for listeners.

Audio. - Here is Circuit Schematic One Transistor Audio Mixer using BC109C. The simplest one transistor audio mixer circuit diagram on the net. It has only one transistor and can support as many au...

This 2 channel audio mixer circuit is based on the 2n3904 transistors which forms 2 preamplifiers. The first preamplifier of the 2 channel audio mixer circuit has a high gain and can be used for mi...

audio mixer with transistors and potentiometer- Music and Electronics.

This electronic project mixer can be powered from a DC power supply that will provide an output voltage between 6 and 15 volts . This audio mixer electronic circuit is very simple requiring few ext...