I got a question about G3’s and whether they’re still relevant in 2018 and going forward and compared to some of the other digital things like the AVX kit.
So I wanted to do a little video on pre-fade listen, I’ve already explained it another video that pre-fade is anything before anything’s affected by the fader.
The gain of an input is adjusted by two controls, Trim and Fader. This two-stage architecture is identical to the topology of large mixing consoles and provides a great deal of control. Trim is often thought of as a coarse gain control and the Fader as the fine gain control.
The Fader is the primary control used while mixing, and it affects the level of input signal routed to all post-fade destinations. Use the Fader control to make fine gain adjustments.