Singers produce a range of sounds, good and bad, and no two voices are alike – the good news is that focusing on the following areas can take a lot of the hassle out of the process.
Feedback can easily ruin the mood of a worship service – here are several techniques to help in avoiding the problem.
Borrowing some concepts and techniques from the studio to improve the live side of things…
With great mixing power comes great mixing responsibility.
A useful game-time checklist to help you rate how you’re doing and where to improve.
“We never did discover who flipped on the low-pass filter switch…”
Escaping personal mixing bias and abandoning the ego for the good of the congregation.
It’s not about what we eat together, it’s about dining together. That’s how you and the church leadership should look at the music mix.
A variety of things that can help in surviving any gig, even when standard equipment is lacking or outdated…