Aux Mix

As its name implies, an Aux mix allows you to create an alternate, or “auxiliary,” mix that can be routed to an output separate from the Main bus. Aux buses have many applications, the two most common of which are creating monitor mixes and inserting external effects processors into the mix. When you turn up the aux send level on a channel, its signal is sent to the corresponding aux output at the level you choose. In this way, the same channel can be used to create several alternate mixes to the main mix.