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Audio Adapters

Audio Adapters

Poor quality audio adapters can ruin your day.

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A360 Modes

A360 Modes

Learn how the A360 4-position switch affects its use of the incoming A-Net data.

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D800-Dante Firmware

D800-Dante Firmware

Learn about D800-Dante firmware updates.

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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

Expanding a Personal Mixing System Beyond 8 Users

It’s easy to expand a personal mixing system.

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Cat-5 Cable Pinout

Cat-5 Cable Pinout

Learn about the wiring patterns used to make a Cat-5 cable.

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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

Wireless In-Ears: Use The Right Cables

Learn how to choose the best cables for the job.

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An Overview of Compression

An Overview of Compression

To squish or not to squish – that is the question we answer.

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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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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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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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All About EQ: Part 2

All About EQ: Part 2

Part 2 of our “All About EQ” series. Learn how frequency and amplitude affect EQ.

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All About EQ: Part 1

All About EQ: Part 1

Part 1 of our “All About EQ” series. We’ll start here with some basics of what EQ is and how it works.

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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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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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Mic Patterns 101

Mic Patterns 101

Explore the various mic pickup patterns that lurk beneath the windscreen of your favorite mic.

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What’s the Difference Between Balanced and Unbalanced?

What’s the Difference Between Balanced and Unbalanced?

Understanding the difference between balanced and unbalanced cables and signals can help you get the most out of your sound system.

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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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Aviom User Creates A-16II Labeling Program

Aviom User Creates A-16II Labeling Program

Aviom user, Chris Perez, from Living Word Community Church sent us the Aviom Labeler program that he created so that we could share it with others. Thanks, Chris!

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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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