Difference between revisions of "Auxiliary send"

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A control on a mixer input channel that allows a signal separate from the main signal to feed other equipment. Such uses include an auxiliary feed for tape recording, monitor mixes, and assistive listening systems. The use of an auxiliary send allows the user to create different mixes for each send which are separate from the main mix.

Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary

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