An Analog Mixer is a mixer that transmits and mixes analog sound and has no digital component, for example a memory to store mixer settings (opposed to a Digital Mixer that of course has full recall of all settings).
Analog mixers are often attributed with a characteristic sound and less noise-resistance, which can be a good as well as a bad thing depending on who you ask.
Analog mixers are possibly a bit easier to learn as they have single functionality for each control fader or knob and depending on the mixer of course, analog mixers tend to be less costly than comparable digital mixers.
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