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For week ending Sept 22, 2017 1 month 2 days ago #4579

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Last week we began to learn about the Mackie 1402 and mix panels in general. We ran out of time, so we will finish up learning the Mackie 1402, and then get back onto our original lecture schedule as shown in the syllabus: Priorities of the mixer. Hierarchy of mic techniques.

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