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Mixer Inside The Mixer: Applications Of Console Matrix Sections
A variety of ways to utilize a matrix, from simple to more complex
By Craig Leerman • Posted in Reading Room on August 14, 2018

For a significant portion of my signal routing, I use the console’s matrix, which I think of as a mixer inside the mixer. In its most simple form, a matrix takes a selection of inputs (usually derived from the group and main output buses) and allows routing of those signals, complete with level control, to a series of outputs.

Complex matrix systems offer the ability to choose from a variety of inputs including external sources, and may offer processing including EQ, compression, limiting and even signal delay.

Here are several ways I use a matrix.

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