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Eight different home recording studio connection schemes show how to configure analog and digital multitrack recorders, audio mixers, computers, music synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, microphones, preamps and more.
 
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Eight different home recording studio connection schemes show how to configure analog and digital multitrack recorders, audio mixers, computers, music synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, microphones, preamps and more.


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Typical Analog Mixer Connections:

I have provided this diagram to show the typical signal flow for connecting equipment to a generic analog mixer in a home recording studio. Use this diagram with the text found on pages 92 through 116 and 256 through 270 of the book. TRS refers to a special cable called the Tip/Ring/Sleeve Insert Cable which is required for Insert connections. On the TRS end, the Tip is the Send signal and the Ring is the Return signal. (For an example of this cable, see http://www.hosatech.com/product_page_insert.html)
 
 
Figure 8 - Analog Mixer connections in the Home Recording Studio
 
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