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Declan McGlynn
30 November 2023, 13:20

Union Audio launches new four-channel DJ mixer, Elara.4

The unit was designed by former Allen & Heath, PLAYdifferently and Master Sounds engineer Andy Rigby-Jones


Union Audio has launched its own four-channel DJ mixer called the Elara.4, which is available to buy now.

Alongside the mixer’s four channels, the Elara features a three-band EQ per channel, as well as a master three-band EQ section, a crossfader, aux send per channel with a pre- and post-fader switch, four high-pass filters and a dedicated trim knob for each of the four channels.

Round back, two of the four inputs have RIAA options — essentially phono inputs, where the RIAA refers to the EQ curve — and the others offer line only. Main outputs are taken care of with balanced XLR outs, while record out is handled with an RCA output. Both aux outs are through quarter-inch jacks. Each channel has 10 LEDs for metering, and a master meter lets users keep an eye on their levels.

Andy Rigby-Jones, the founder of Union Audio — the British company that’s collaborated with the likes of Master Sounds and PLAYdifferently — and the designer of the Elara.4 said: “Union Audio is very proud to be launching the second product from its own design portfolio. Elara is tiny but mighty, packed with all the tools a DJ needs, such as a professional grade channel strip, cue system and EQ, all loaded into a small framework.”

The mixer also comes with a series of faceplates with different colour options including red, blue and white, as well as the standard black. The Elara.4 costs £1,500 for the black option and £1,650 for the colours. Find out more on the Union Audio website

Andy Rigby-Jones also worked on Master Sounds products, who released their own new rotary and FX unit back in August.