Studio Mixers are typically used in professional recording studios to mix audio signals produced by various instruments. These mixers normally range anywhere from 4 to 32 input channels, but some high-end studio mixers have many more.

Essentially, a studio mixer consists of input channels. Each channel has a number of controls to modify how the sound is outputted from the mixer. These controls include stereo balance, equalization, volume, and gain.

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