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SPL
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SPL
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07/30/2004 12:43 am
1) AUX stands for auxilary inputs/outputs... kind of like an effects loop in a guitar amp.
2) If you need extra EQ'ing on the instruments you run through it, you will need EQ's; if you want to EQ to compensate for the acoustic environment you're playing in, you'll need an EQ...
3) There's two kinds of cables you'll use, balanced and unbalanced. For anything BUT line inputs, you'll probably want to use balanced cables.
4) An FX processor like a voice processor will work on as many channels as the unit is designed for, usually only one. You can always choose to group a bunch of tracks and send them through an FX processor together... but this makes you lose a lot of control over each seperate track.(in some cases this IS a very viable options though)