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M300 Digital Mixer Tutorial

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Uploaded on Nov 16, 2011

I've found myself becoming impressed with the Roland M-300 mixer. Rack-mountable, 32 channels (as long as you don't mind multiple layers), it's rugged, and it sounds good.

The M-300 V-Mixer is a 32-channel console that possesses many of the powerful features and extensive benefits of the award-winning M-400 and M-380 V-Mixers - but in a very compact format. The M-300 provides another console choice in the growing V-Mixing System that also consists of Digital Snakes, Personal Mixing and Multi-Channel Recording. Its size and affordability allows smaller to mid-sized venues to replace their analog consoles with a digital mixing solution. The M-300 is ideal for any event production, houses of worship, schools, government and corporate applications. The M-300 is a member of the V-Mixer lineup which includes the M-480, the M-400 and the M-380.

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