Mixer may refer to:

An electronics device:

  • Electronic mixer, a device for adding or multiplying signal voltages together
  • Frequency mixer, a telecommunications device used to shift the frequency spectrum of a signal
  • Sound card mixer, a component of the audio subsystem of a personal computer
  • Vision mixer, an electronic device for combining video signals
  • Audio mixing console, an electronic device for combining, routing, and changing the level, tone, and/or dynamics of two or more audio signals
    • DJ mixer, a type of audio mixing console used by disc jockeys
  • Mode scrambler (known as a Mode mixer), a telecommunications device for handling signals on optical fibers

A mechanical device:

  • Mixer (cooking), an appliance used to combine ingredients
  • Mixer (engine), a device for quieting an airplane engine
  • Concrete mixer, a machine which combines the ingredients of concrete
  • Feed mixer, a machine used in the feed industry for mixing feed ingredients
  • High-shear mixer, a device that disperses a material into a liquid phase by passing it through an array of rotors and/or stators
  • Industrial mixer, a machine for mixing the materials in industrial scale
  • Micro mixer, a device used in flow chemistry
  • Static mixer, a device for mixing two fluid materials through a tube containing a series of baffles
  • Submersible mixer, a machine used for mixing liquids and slurries in tanks (e.g. wastewater, liquid manure, etc.)
  • Vortex mixer, a laboratory device
  • Carburettor, a device for mixing a hydrocarbon and air, for an engine

A synonym for an occupation:

  • Mix engineer, or sound mixer, the operator of an audio mixing console
  • Production sound mixer, the head of a film production sound crew
  • Mixer, a follower of a particular philosophy within the practice of chiropractic


  • Mixer (magazine), an American music magazine and record label, the sister company to the original UK publication Mixmag
  • Drink mixer, a non-alcoholic beverage or other food item mixed with a beverage (often alcoholic)
  • Mixer dance, a social dance that encourages the participants to actively pursue new dance partners
  • Mixer, a cocktail party organized for purposes of social or business networking.
  • "The Mixer", a song from the 1991 album Shift-Work (album) by The Fall
  • The Mixer a 1992 TV series, starring Simon Williams (actor) and Jeremy Clyde (The Mixer at the Internet Movie Database)

Other articles related to "mixer":

Matthew Mixer
... Matthew Mixer (born 9 December 1972, in North Walsham, Norfolk) was an English cricketer ... Mixer made a single List A appearance for the team during the C G Trophy in August 2003 ... Mixer did not bat in the match, but bowled 7 overs, taking figures of 0-35 ...
Sound Card Mixer - Typical Output Channels and Controls
... has its own gain and mute control in a typical mixer scheme Control channels Controlled source Line out stereo Audio signal provided to the LINE OUT jack of a sound card (colored ... Aux out stereo Audio signal provided to the AUX OUT connection of the mixer ... Not all sound cards provide this mixer channel on an external connector ...
Superchrist - Personnel
... The Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan vocals, guitar, bass, producer, mixer Jimmy Chamberlin drums, producer, mixer Additional personnel Ysanne Spevack violin Kerry ...
Sound Card Mixer - Typical Record Controls
... In a typical AC’97 style mixer scheme, the analog-to-digital converters that allow the CPU to receive audio signal can either be connected directly to one of each of the inputs, or they can be ... to the above input and output gain controls, a mixer also provides a number of controls for selecting the recording source ...