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  • Behringer X32 effects list

    Behringer X32 effects list

    Digital mixers from Behringer’s family X32 and X Air are equipped with more than 60 high quality effects which can be assigned to any channel. Reverbs Hall Reverb reproduces the sound like it was recorded in medium to large size hall. Ambiance Reverb aims to form the illusion of a room’s acoustic ambiance. They are…

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  • How to use fx and aux send and return on a mixer

    How to use fx and aux send and return on a mixer

    I am aware that some of you may have never used aux send or aux return on a mixer. Don’t be discouraged, many musicians who use the mixer almost daily, don’t know exactly what auxiliary send and return are for. In this article I will explain the difference between them and and how to take…

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  • How to Make Guitars Sound Bigger in a Mix (Studio and Live)

    How to Make Guitars Sound Bigger in a Mix (Studio and Live)

    When it comes to mixing music, whether in a studio or live setting, achieving a big and impactful guitar sound is crucial. Guitars play a significant role in adding energy and drive to a performance, but they can sometimes get lost in the mix. In this article, we will explore effective techniques to make guitars…

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  • Can in ear headphones cause vertigo?

    Can in ear headphones cause vertigo?

    Yes, in-ear headphones can cause vertigo if used for prolonged periods of time. The high music volume and noise-canceling technology are common reasons that can cause discomfort and dizziness in your ears. When you use headphones for a long time, you can notice some vertigo and dizziness, and it is essential to know that it…

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  • Can a mixer be used as an audio interface?

    Can a mixer be used as an audio interface?

    Music producers and sound recording enthusiasts recognize that high-quality sound is fundamental to generating captivating audio content. The evolving landscape of technology continues to enhance audio quality and the tools available for audio production, thereby raising these types of questions. To put it simply, yes, you can harness most modern audio mixers as audio interfaces.…

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  • Dynamic vs Condenser Mics – what is the difference?

    Dynamic vs Condenser Mics – what is the difference?

    As a sound tech, you may be wondering how do condenser and microphones compare? While both types of microphones are designed to capture audio, they each have unique features that make them better suited for different applications. In this blog post, we’ll explore the key differences between condenser vs dynamic microphones so that you can…

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  • Best Wireless In Ear Monitor Systems For Every Budget

    Best Wireless In Ear Monitor Systems For Every Budget

    Many churches today are using in ear monitors for their worship musicians and in this article, I take a look at some really good iems available, from the cheapest and most affordable, to more high end units. Unlike the traditional stage speakers or floor monitors, in-ear monitors come with a pair of earbuds used to…

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  • Where do the best singers in a choir stand?

    Where do the best singers in a choir stand?

    It depends on the choir. Not all choirs are the same, and what works well for one might not work for another, such as church choirs or small singing groups. You will also have a mixture of abilities, some people with weaker voices and others who have a stronger voice. However, there are some common…

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  • Do microphones need other equipment to work properly?

    Do microphones need other equipment to work properly?

    A lot of people think that microphones are the only equipment needed for a show or performance. However, they don’t realize that there are certain pieces of gear that need to be used in order to get the best sound quality possible. For example, mixers and amplifiers help amplify the sound coming from your microphone…

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