Producing music involves mixing together a variety of sources to create your final mix. Live Sound Mixers allow you to combine inputs from microphones and instruments and adjust their volume and EQ individually so that they work together. Many mixers also include digital effects that can be applied to individual channels or the entire mix.Read More

Live Sound Mixers cover a range of sizes based upon the number of inputs and outputs, from small mixers designed to combine a handful of sources in a small band, to large consoles designed for mixing an orchestra.

Live Sound Mixers are available in both Analogue and Digital varieties. Analogue mixers route all signals through the desk with physical circuitry. Some users prefer the sound of analogue. Digital desks include the use of computer chips, allowing more flexible routing and digital effects.

Powered mixers also include an amplifier that can be used to run speakers in a portable PA system. These units are a great option for a small band; reducing the amount of equipment required.

At Store DJ we understand Live Sound Mixers. We stock a great range from leading brands including Alesis, Allen & Heath, Behringer, Mackie, PreSonus, Soundcraft and Tascam. These devices are central to the live sound of instruments. Speak with one of the professionals at Store DJ to find the right one for you.
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  • Analogue Mixers

    Analogue Mixers

    Mixing music live on stage involves gathering together a variety of sources to process and create the sound that your audience hears. Live Analogue Mixers are like a control station, enabling you you to combine and mix inputs from all of your live instruments, controlling their volume and EQ individually so you can create the perfect sound for any location. The analogue components are very true to the sound and do very little processing of the sound in comparison to digital mixers.  Read More

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  • Digital Mixers

    Digital Mixers

    Producing music Live in front of an audience involves mixing together a variety of sources such as synths, drum machines, live musicians and microphones. LIve Digital Mixers include the use of computer chips, allowing artists to preset features and utilise more flexible routing and digital effects that are not available in the analogue world. Read More

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  • Powered Mixers

    Powered Mixers

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  • Mixer Accessories

    Mixer Accessories

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