A320

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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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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Atrium Audio Updates Cue System

Atrium Audio Updates Cue System

Aviom A320 Personal Mixers simplify recording for the production team of Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland at Atrium Audio.

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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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Understanding Reverb

Understanding Reverb

Reverb is one of the most widely used effects in audio production. This tutorial, complete with audio examples, will help you learn the basics of using reverb in your mixes.

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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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Have You Seen What’s New?

Have You Seen What’s New?

Aviom’s newest personal mixer, the A320, is here! It’s easy to use, sounds great, is affordable, and integrates easily with all existing Aviom products.

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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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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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