These modules function as output channels for either a group bus or an AUX bus, depending
on the setting of the switches in the Variable/Fix select section. The MIX bus 1–4 signals that
pass these output channels can be routed to MIX OUT 1–4 jacks, ST bus, AFL bus, and
These modules function as output channels for an AUX bus. The MIX bus 5–10 signals that
pass these output channels can be routed to MIX OUT 5–10 jacks and AFL bus.
EQ controls (HIGH/MID/LOW)
This 3-band equalizer provides 15 dB of cut and boost over each frequency range of the MIX
bus signals, with center frequencies and types shown in the following table. The frequencies for
MID are variable.
This switch is used to turn the equalization on and off.
PAN control (applied only to M1–M4)
This control allows you to adjust the stereo position of signals routed from MIX buses 1–4 to
the ST bus.
TO ST (To stereo) switch (applied only to M1–M4)
When you turn this switch on, the MIX bus 1–4 signals will be sent to the ST bus.
AFL (After-Fader Listen) switch
When you turn this switch on, the post-fader signals in the MIX buses are routed to the AFL
bus, and you can monitor the signals via the C-R MONITOR OUT jacks or PHONES jack.
Mix master fader
This fader adjusts the output level of the MIX buses. The settings of the M1–M4 faders affect the
level of signals sent to MIX OUT 1–4 jacks, ST bus, AFL bus, and Matrixes 1/2. The settings of
the M5–M10 faders affect the level of signals sent to the MIX OUT 5–10 jacks and AFL bus.
MC32/12, MC24/12—Owner's Manual