Zedd Mixer Overview

The Zedd mixer is a streamlined version of the AWX console in SoundcheckPro. Offering deep processing and routing capabilities with a simpler design focused on the essential parameters.

Channel Strip

Input Section

Values are determined by the FLIP button. Default is MIC. Engaged is a line level input signal.

  • The MIC option uses a mic-pre to amplify the signal from 0-60db.
  • The LINE option boosts or reduces from -20db to +40db


The AWX equalizer has 2 bands:

  • HF – Hi Filter
  • LF – Low Filter

The HF & LF bands can boost/reduce gain with added ability of sweeping frequencies.

Aux & Cue Sends

The Zedd has 2 mono aux sends and 1 dedicated stereo cue send. Each Aux has a dedicated knob and toggle switch. Cues have a dedicated knob for gain. The channel pan controls stereo panning of the cue. The sends can be enabled with the toggle switches near the knobs.

Channel Fader Section

The AWX features 2 stereo busses!

  • Fader
  • Solo / Mute
  • Pan
  • 2 Stereo Busses (Rec & Mix)

Bus Outputs

There are additional routing options on the top of the channel:

  • 4 bus outputs
  • Pre – Enables pre fader listen for bus outputs
  • Pan – Makes it that the stereo information from the channel fader passes the Left signal to the ODD busses and the Right signal to the EVEN busses. *Useful for keeping pan information when grouping drums!*
  • D1 / D2 – Routes the input of the channel to the dynamics modules found in the master section. *A dynamic module can only be assigned to one channel at a time!*

Master Section

Dynamic Processors

Stereo Compressor

Assignable to either of the Mix or Rec stereo busses. Useful for “glueing” the final mix.

Dynamic Modules 1 & 2

Each module can only be assigned to a single channel at a time.

Bus Masters

Each of the Bus Outputs and Aux/Cue sends has their own dedicated master gain knobs to adjust their grouped signals.

Stereo Returns

There are 4 stereo returns that receive a signal for Left & Right. Each stereo return has a set of functions:

  • Cue A & B Bus
  • Rec & Mix Bus
  • Mono
  • Studio Level – Sends to Cue bus
  • Balance – Pan
  • Level – Level sent to Rec & Mix bus

Monitor Section

Select which stereo mix is played to the speaker output.

  • None
  • Rec
  • Mix
  • Cue A
  • Cue B

The Monitor Volume controls the level to the speaker output.

Bus Assigner

Additional controls for each of the stereo Rec & Mix busses. Using the combinations of grey buttons to assign them.

  • Stereo Compressor
  • + 4 db
  • Fader

Each function can only be used on a single bus. Notice the fader is listed. The master fader is not assigned to either mix by default as it needs to be assigned!


Mic Input GainInput Gain
Line Input Gainx
Input Section TogglesFlip
EQ KnobsHF-Gain, HF-Freq, LF-Gain, LF-Freq
EQ TogglesEQ-In
InsertsInsert-Toggle, Insert Pre-EQ
Channel Aux / Send*3 sends* Send Level, Send Enable, Cue Send Level, Cue Send Enable
Channel Fader SectionChannelfader, Solo,Mute, Rec, Mix
Channel Sub-Groups / Track-Bus*4 track busses* Bus Enable, Pre, Pan
Master AuxSend Levels*3 sends* Send Level, Cue Send Level
Master Sub Groups*4 track busses* Bus Send Level
Master Monitor SectionMaster Fader, Monitor Source Select, Monitor Volume, Bus Assig Functions
Master Section FX Processing* 3 dynamic modules* Compressor, Gate, Stereo Bus Compressor
Stereo Return*2 Returns* Level, Balance, Cue Busses, Main Busses, Mono
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