The Difference Between Zoning and Mixing

13 August 2012

Cloud products have been the standard in retail, pubs, hotels and fitness centres for the last 35 years. No one knows the installation market, especially ZONING, better.

What is the difference between zoning and mixing? The difference is simple but not easily apparent. Zoning gives you the ability to send unique source signals and control volume to each zone independently. For example: a restaurant with one or multiple special events rooms apart from the main dining area. Each zone must be independent for special events, but would operate as part of the music system normally. Cloud can provide a simple yet versatile solution that is easy to install and simple to operate. No DSP required.

Mixing is the combining and processing of a number of audio signals together to create a “mix” that the audience or performers at a live show hear.

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