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Overview of Trim / Faders / Gain / PFL

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.

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Ok with a bit of background we can start to get into the more tactical elements to getting you a job. This starts with your own introduction. Now I have had my fair share of sending my own cover letters and also receiving them from other sound crew that want to work...

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