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Live sound mixing
also called Live sound

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  1. The other duty that the live sound engineer serves is the set up and 'tear down' of these sound reinforcement systems

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  2. the art of combining and processing a number of audio signals together to create a "mix" that the audience or performers at a live show hear

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  3. There can be a variety of different mixes required, depending on the performance requirements

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  4. Three types are: Front of House (FOH), which is primarily for the audience, monitor mixing, and recording or broadcast or cue mixing

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  5. A monitor engineer and console at an outdoor event
    A monitor engineer and console at an outdoor event

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