Podcast Mixer

A podcast mixer allows you to connect your microphones into one device, and then take the audio signals from the mics into your PC ready to be recorded or broadcasted. On these mixers you will also be able to adjust varying levels of audio from the microphones such as EQ, gain, effects and panning, meaning your podcasts and recordings will sound exactly how you want them to.

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  1. Vonyx AM5A 5 Channel Powered Mixer with DSP & Bluetooth
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    £249.00
    Vonyx AM5A 5 Channel Powered Mixer with DSP & Bluetooth
    • 2 x 500W power amplifier
    • MP3 player with USB port and SD slot
    • Using Bluetooth wireless technology for audio streaming
    • +48V phantom power
    • Single 5 band EQ
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  2. Vonyx VMM-P500 4-Channel Music Mixer with MP3 & Bluetooth
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    Vonyx VMM-P500 4-Channel Music Mixer with MP3 & Bluetooth
    • 4 channel home studio mixer with phantom power, ideal for podcasts
    • Microphone and Instrument input to achieve better digital signals when producing music or live sound
    • Mix onboard effects into your recordings, including delay and reverb
    • 16 Mix presets to choose from and refine
    • Suitable for indoor and outdoor solo performances, wedding singers etc
    • Detailed specs on the product page
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  3. Vonyx VMM-F401 4 Channel Mixer
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    £82.99
    Vonyx VMM-F401 4 Channel Mixer
    • 2 Mono Microphone / Line Input (XLR and 6.3mm Jack)
    • Stereo line input (6.3mm Jack)
    • Tape input (RCA)
    • + 48V Phantom power
    £82.99
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  4. Vonyx 6 Channel VMM-K602 DSP Mixer
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    £120.00
    Vonyx 6 Channel VMM-K602 DSP Mixer
    • 4 Mono microphone-/line input (Combi XLR/Jack)
    • 1 Stereo line input (6.3mm Jack)
    • Internal sound card with record function USB/PC (USB connection)
    • 16 Pre-programmed DSP functions
    £120.00
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  5. Vonyx VMM-K402 4 Channel Mixer
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    Vonyx VMM-K402 4 Channel Mixer
    • 2 Mono microphone-/line input (Combi XLR/Jack)
    • 1 Stereo line input (6.3mm Jack)
    • Internal sound card with record function USB/PC (USB connection)
    • 16 Pre-programmed DSP functions
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  6. Vonyx VMM-K802 8 Channel Music Mixer
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    Vonyx VMM-K802 8 Channel Music Mixer
    • 6 Mono microphone-/line input (Combi XLR/Jack)
    • 2 Stereo line input (6.3mm Jack and RCA)
    • Internal sound card with record function USB/PC (USB connection)
    • 16 Pre-programmed DSP functions
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  7. PD PDM-D301BT 3-Channel Mini USB Mixer
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    £68.99
    PD PDM-D301BT 3-Channel Mini USB Mixer
    • Combined Jack/XLR input with Phantom power
    • Bluetooth receiver for audio streaming
    • 1 Stereo input channel with level control
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  8. PD PDM-D301 3-Channel Mini USB DJ Mixer
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    £62.99
    PD PDM-D301 3-Channel Mini USB DJ Mixer
    • Combined Jack/XLR input with Phantom power
    • 1 Stereo input channel with level control
    • 1 Mono input channel with ultra low noise microphone preamplifiers
    • 2-Way Equalizer on both channels
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  9. Studiomaster Digilive 4C 4 Channel Digital Mixing Console with DSP
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    £209.00
    Studiomaster Digilive 4C 4 Channel Digital Mixing Console with DSP
    • Digital 4 Channel live mixing console
    • Stores your digital mixing sound so if any transmission problems occur your mix wont vanish
    • On board effects for vocals and more including reverb and delay
    • Heard wearing for use in live music venues and clubs
    • Full specs in full description on product page
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When using an audio mixer for podcast purposes, you should generally go for one that has more microphone inputs than you think necessary. This is because any guests you have will need to have their own microphone plugged into the mixer, and it's better to have more inputs than you need than having a scenario where you're one input short.

The main style of microphone that you would be realistically using with a podcast mixer is a condenser microphone. This is due to the fact that condenser mics can pick up slighter details in sounds due to their higher dynamic range. All condenser microphones require phantom power, which is extra DC voltage, to operate, which all of the mixers in this category feature.

Some of our podcast mixers can be connected directly to a PC using a USB cable, however this isn't always the case. With some mixers, the USB socket can only be used for audio playback with a USB stick rather than a connecting point between the PC and the mixer. If the USB socket cannot connect directly to a PC, you would just need to connect the mixer to an audio interface, and then connect the audio interface to the PC.


Frequently Asked...

What is a mixer for podcasting?

A podcast mixer is the central control unit that your microphones and any additional audio equipment, such as DJ controllers, plug into. They feature multiple channels with volume control on each one, as well as effects and EQ control to customise the sound output of each channel to your preferences.


Do I need a sound mixer for podcasts?

Yes, a mixing desk is extremely important in a podcast setup, as it allows you to connect all of your microphones into one central hub and customise the sound to your liking. By using a mixer, you can improve the sound quality of your mics, and it will make it much easier to achieve the sound that you want.


Is a mixer an audio interface?

Although mixers and audio interfaces work similarly, they are designed to perform different tasks. An audio interface is designed to record clean signals in separate channels to send to your computer to then mix which is ideal for music recording, while mixers are designed to mix several different audio signals together to send out in one stereo signal, making it much better for podcasting.