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Ultimately, you have to label the mixer however it makes sense to you. When I ran audio for theatre, I labeled loosely in order of appearance, keeping the leads toward the left side of the board. You can also group people who are exclusively in scenes together and just mute/unmute them as a subgroup.For conferences, I like to label each channel with the mic number, because people swap out mics each session. As people get mic'd up, I'll stick their name on a separate piece of tape under the mic number, if I have time.Whatever you decide to do, just make sure you label everything clearly just in case someone else needs to jump in! Also, making notes in your script/show flow will make your life easier!
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