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DJ Mixers

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A DJ mixer is an essential part of any DJ setup and one of the few things any up-and-coming DJ can’t live without. At the very least, a mixer will allow you move between the music playing on one device and the music playing on another. For the professional club DJ, however, a high-end mixer can become the center of your DJ setup and a creative powerhouse.

In selecting a DJ mixer, there are several important features to consider:

  • Number of channels – The number of channels determines how many sound sources you can mix.
  • Number of inputs – A mixer can have more inputs than channels because each channel has a switch that tells it from which of the channel’s inputs to grab the signal.
  • Mixer outputs – Typical mixer outputs include master output, recording output, monitor output and a headphone jack. The bare minimum – Master Out and the headphone jack – are present in all mixers.
  • Channel EQs – A group of controls that let you adjust the level of the channel's frequency bands. For example, a three-band EQ has three knobs and lets you adjust the highs, mids and lows. Separate three-band EQs for each channel will allow for smooth mixing.
  • Gain controls – These are used for setting the overall volume level of the mixer's channels. You want to have separate gain knobs for each of the channels.
  • Mic input – Not essential for learning how to DJ, but most mixers allow you to connect a microphone so you can interact with your audience.
  • FX, sampler, etc. – Mid- and high-range mixers often have a built-in sampler as well as let you transform the sound with a number of effects. (These features are not essential for a beginner DJ.)
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