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    Eurotrack UB1002 Mixer Review
    Author: Leht Samson
    Date Posted: December 12th, 2003
    SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: If your into making music you need a good mixer, money is almost always a problem so you may have to compromise. SLCentrals very own resident musician Ryan Ruiz found and reviewed the Eurotrack UB1002 Audio Mixer. Was it up to the task? read on to find out in our official review..........

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    Sound Settings:

    Equalizer:

    When all three equalizer knobs are set to zero the EQ is deactivated and the natural sound goes through. When they are changed though, they have a huge effect on the output. Fine tuning is quite easy with this EQ and is very useful. The low cut filter is another neat little feature that slopes at 16 dB/oct., -3dB at 75Hz and eliminates unwanted low-frequency signals.

    FX on mono channels:

    The FX feature is quite important. FX send allows you to drive external effects such as reverb, flanger, delay, etc. This allows the mix between the dry signal (unprocessed signal) and wet signal (processed signal with reverb, etc.) to remain at the level determined by the channelís aux send, irrespective of the channel fader setting. If this wasnít the case, the wet signal of the channel would remain audible even if the fader is set at zero. Each FX send is mono and features up to +15 dB gain.

    FX on stereo channels:

    The stereo channel FX send is similar to the FX send on the mono channels, but since the FX send buses are mono, a mono sum is first taken from the stereo input before it is sent to the FX bus.

    Pan:

    Panís job should be quite obvious. The pan knob determines the position of the output signal. The signal is always maintained at a constant level, regardless of the position in the stereo pan. Pan is used on the mono channels.

    Balance:

    In a nutshell, it has the same job as the Pan control; it is just used on the stereo channels.

    Those are really the settings that I find are important enough to mention.



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    1. Introduction
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    4. Product Use
    5. Sound Settings
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