In fact, all you need is another friend with a Mac and i Chat AV.
But if you're as serious about Internet phone calls as we are, you're going to need some serious equipment. Believe it or not, those dorky little things stuck in everybody's ears these days can also be used with your Mac.
There will be a switch on the mixer that allows you to select the use of the monitor and the speakers or just the speakers. Plug the speaker end of the cables into the speakers.
If you use a monitor, plug one speaker cable into the "L R" jack. If you're running both jacks out of the mixer into the speakers, then plug directly from the mixer to the speakers.
Either of the jacks on the back of the speaker will work equally well.
This daisy chains the amplified speakers together and leaves the monitor jack on the mixer free for your monitors. Since 2009 he has published two books and numerous articles, both online and in print.
I watched the famously reclusive blogger on my computer via an i Chat video hookup that let him see me as I asked questions about the death of American newspapers.
Romenesko described how his inspiration, circa 1998—to link up all the journalists in America on a blog originally called Media Gossip—had made him a cloistered digital monk, rising at 5 a.m.
In audio systems, the mixer provides a consistent signal that can be routed out to speakers, amplifier, recording equipment or headphones.
A mixer signal is typically not amplified, or if it is, moderately amplified, so that you can choose whatever amplification you want with the mixed signal.