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Vocal EQ for Live Stream Mix ft. Nathan Drake

Cutting, boosting, sweeping... EQ can do a lot for your vocals. But it can get you into lots of trouble as well. Nathan Drake joins us to share his simple EQ strategy for clean vocals in your live stream mix. In this video, you'll...

Virtual Soundcheck (a soundcheck without the band)

If the worship team practices their craft before service, it makes sense that sound guys would too, but how? Virtual soundchecks. A virtual soundcheck is a great way to practice mixing without the band being present. Adam Beranek with...

Maximizing Drum Sound on Phone Speakers

​Getting your mix to sound good can be a challenge, especially when you're mixing for tiny mobile phone speakers. Chad Kirkpatrick joins us to share tips on getting the drums to sound their best for those watching the live stream on their...

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The Most Important EQ Techniques

It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or have been mixing for years, EQ is probably the most overwhelming thing on your mixer. But turns out, there are actually a few simple EQ techniques that can really improve your sound without having...

How to Set Gain on Your Mixer

Download Gain Sheet Sheet (free) If the knobs on your mixer could talk, gain would definitely be throwing a fit about feeling misunderstood. Gain has this great purpose, but often gets mistaken as simply volume control. I am going to make...

How to Set a Compressor for Vocals

Compression works wonders on vocals. It allows you to bring them to the front of the mix while not having to worry about their 'power note' making everyone in the room cover their ears. No longer do you have to ride the fader up and down...

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Behringer X32 Mastery

Meet the fastest way to master the X32, designed specifically for churches.