An audio digital mixer, also known as a digital mixing console, is a type of audio mixer that uses digital signal processing (DSP) technology to process and manipulate audio signals. It operates similarly to an analog mixer, but instead of using analog circuits to process audio signals, it converts them into digital data and processes them using digital signal processing algorithms. Digital mixers offer several advantages over analog mixers, such as higher fidelity, greater flexibility, and easier recall of settings. They allow for precise control over every aspect of the audio signal, including EQ, dynamics, and effects processing, and often include advanced features such as automated mixing, multi-track recording, and remote control. Digital mixers are commonly used in recording studios, live sound reinforcement systems, and broadcasting, where precise control over audio signals is essential.