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Church Sound: Looking For A New Mixer?
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This article is provided by Church Audio Video.


As summer is winding down and fall approaches, you know what that means… Christmas is coming!

Many church music departments have already begun planning for their Christmas music productions; if you haven’t yet, it’s time to get started.

Here is a question to consider: is your mixing console everything you’d like it to be?

If the answer is no, there is good news.

Several manufacturers have recently released new digital mixers that are both cutting-edge and budget-friendly. I know that sounds like an oxymoron, but it’s true!

Here is a brief comparison of three innovative new mixers on the market.


If a digital, “all-in-one” type of mixer is what you’re looking for, I can easily recommend any of the above.

The Behringer X32 can be used for larger venues and permanent installations, while the Line 6 StageScape M20 and Mackie DL1608 are much more portable and useful in smaller venues as well as youth rooms, children areas, and anywhere that doesn’t require a large mixing desk.

That said, any of these consoles would be a wonderful way to mix and capture upcoming events at your church.

Church Audio Video specializes in the design, installation and support of high-quality and affordable custom audio, video, lighting, broadcast and control systems for worship facilities. For more information, visit their website.

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