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Dante Workflow

Dante Workflow

Learn the basics of Dante signal flow in a network.

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Beyond 16 Channels, Part 4

Beyond 16 Channels, Part 4

Using Dante networking allows you to have up to 64 input sources for your personal mixing system.

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Beyond 16 Channels, Part 3

Beyond 16 Channels, Part 3

Add 16 more input sources to a console-card-based system with an analog input module.

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Beyond 16 Inputs, Part 2

Beyond 16 Inputs, Part 2

If you use a digital mixing console, expanding the total input count may be as simple as adding a second expansion card.

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Beyond 16 Inputs, Part 1

Beyond 16 Inputs, Part 1

Learn how to get more out of your A320 and A360 Personal Mixers by adding more input sources.

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D800 Switches

D800 Switches

Learn how to use the I/II switches on the D800

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Expanding a Personal Mixing System Beyond 8 Users

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Digital Console Submix Patching

Digital Console Submix Patching

Learn how to assign a submix to a console card channel on a digital mixer

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Mapping Stereo Links

Mapping Stereo Links

Learn how to map stereo channels for the A320 and A360 Personal Mixers.

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How A320 Stereo Channels Work

How A320 Stereo Channels Work

Explore the differences between the A320 Personal Mixer’s two A-Net modes.

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A320 Modes: 16- or 32-Channel

A320 Modes: 16- or 32-Channel

The A320 can operate in one of two modes, 16-channel or 32-channel. Learn how to choose the right mode for your application.

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Wireless In-Ears: Use The Right Cables

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Using A360 Channel Manager

Using A360 Channel Manager

A360 Channel Manager™ simplifies the configuration of A360 Personal Mixers that will be used in Custom mode. Learn how to make a custom configuration.

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D400-Dante Patching

D400-Dante Patching

It’s easy to assign channels from a Dante network to the D400-Dante using Dante Controller software.

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Setting Up Network Mix Back

Setting Up Network Mix Back

Learn how to set up Network Mix Back with analog and Dante connections.

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Using A360 Display as a Training Tool

Using A360 Display as a Training Tool

Aviom’s A360 Display app can help train musicians to get better mixes.

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Trim All

Trim All

The Trim All function lowers the level of all channels by 3dB each time it’s used.

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Exploring the A360’s Dual Profile Channel

Exploring the A360’s Dual Profile Channel

The Dual Profile Channel gives a performer a way to quickly locate his or her most important channel and adjust its settings in a way that is least disruptive to the performance.

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An Introduction to the Dual Profile Channel

An Introduction to the Dual Profile Channel

One of the special features of the A360 Personal Mixer is the Dual Profile Channel. Let’s take a quick look at what it does and the different ways to set it up.

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Adding Ambience to Your In-Ear Mix: Part 2

Adding Ambience to Your In-Ear Mix: Part 2

Part 2 of our discussion of adding ambience to your in-ear mix covers practical tips for getting room mics set up.

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New Features in A360 Channel Manager

New Features in A360 Channel Manager

A360 Channel Manager has been updated with some new features and a new look.

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All About Direct Boxes

All About Direct Boxes

A direct box is an indispensable audio tool equally at home in the studio or on a stage.

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Global Trim and Mixing By Subtraction

Global Trim and Mixing By Subtraction

There are two important ways to make any given source sound louder in the mix: turn that source up or turn everything else down.

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Choosing In-Ear Monitors

Choosing In-Ear Monitors

We often get asked what in-ear monitors we recommend, and here are a few tips to help you make a choice that works for you.

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Saving Your Mixes

Saving Your Mixes

Saving your mixes is a great way to get repeatable results every time you play.

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Adding Ambience to Your In-Ear Mix: Part 1

Adding Ambience to Your In-Ear Mix: Part 1

Adding ambience to your monitor mix can help reduce the sense of isolation some musicians feel when they use in-ears.

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Reverb in a monitor mix?

Reverb in a monitor mix?

If you want to get an argument started about monitors and monitor mixing, a good topic to go with is reverb. Opinions on the matter vary widely. So let’s take a look at what’s going on.

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Choosing Channels for Your Personal Mixing System

Choosing Channels for Your Personal Mixing System

One of the most important—and most overlooked—factors in implementing a really successful personal mixing system is actually selecting which channels to send to the personal mixers.

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What’s So Different With In-Ears?

What’s So Different With In-Ears?

Guidelines for making a successful transition from wedges to in-ears

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How to Label Your Personal Mixer

How to Label Your Personal Mixer

Expert advice on how to get gorgeous, readable labels on your Aviom Personal Mixer.

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Making the Transition to In-Ears

Making the Transition to In-Ears

In-ears are different from wedges, and there will be issues as you make the transition.

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