Definitions for "aux"
Keywords:  mixer, fader, output, send, processor
An auxilliary output that allow you to send some of the output from specific mixer channels to monitors or effects devices. There are two types--post (post fader) where the level of the signal sent to the Aux changes with the level of the main channel fader--most commonly used to send audio to effects devices, and pre--where the signal level remains constant, whether the fader is up or down--this type is typically used to send signal to monitors, or occasionally to feed a chamber-type echo.
or line] inputs. The jacks on an amp, mixer, deck, or other audio device that is receiving a line input from a similar audio device.
Abbreviation for auxiliary: an output on a sound mixing desk which sends a signal to an exterior unit, such as a signal processor (qv).
Keywords:  dba, troop, type
Auxilia (a DBA troop type)
Keywords:  tex, citations, latex, built, post
Auxiliary files are built by LaTeX each time it formats a document. LaTeX writes information about cross references, citations, etc., to the auxiliary file for post-processing by other tools, or for TeX processing the next time this document is formatted.
Keywords:  orthodox, holy, church, america, north
Holy Orthodox Church in North America
This project is for the continued development of a digital Jukebox for consumer and later commercial use.
Keywords:  bus, see
See: Auxiliary Bus