Audio mixing  

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Audio mixing is used for sound recording, audio editing, and sound systems to balance the content of a number of sound sources. Typically, these sound sources are the different musical instruments in a band or vocalists, the sections of an orchestra, announcers and journalists, crowd noises, and so on.



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