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The most common names given to levels of varying voltage are, from lowest to highest, microphone level, instrument level and line level. master section The section of a mixer where the main mix is controlled. mic preamp An amplifier that boosts a microphone-level signal up to line level. mixer A device whose purpose is to combine and output a number of audio signals, allowing various types of signal manipulation. mono (monaural) Refers to an audio signal that has only one channel. The opposite of stereo.

Effects processor A unit whose purpose is to provide effects for audio signals. Some common effects include reverb, chorus, flange and delay. Effects processors come in many shapes and sizes, from small pedals up to rectangular rackmount units. EQ (equalizer) The part of your mixer (or other device) that manipulates an audio signal by lowering the level of some frequencies and increasing the levels of others. EQ is used to fine-tune a signal’s highs and lows. 29 30 Warranty/Contact Warranty / Contact Alesis Limited Warranty ALESIS CORPORATION ("ALESIS") warrants this product to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year for parts and for a period of one (1) year for labor from the date of original retail purchase.

Master section The section of a mixer where the main mix is controlled. mic preamp An amplifier that boosts a microphone-level signal up to line level. mixer A device whose purpose is to combine and output a number of audio signals, allowing various types of signal manipulation. mono (monaural) Refers to an audio signal that has only one channel. The opposite of stereo. pan A control that lets you position a mono signal within the stereo spectrum by altering the level of the signal being sent to the left channel as opposed to the right.

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