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Learning how to mix audio well comes with years of practice and experimentation. Today we’re sharing a couple articles written by some audio professionals sharing some practical tips and technical knowledge.

The Proximity Effect

This article explains a basic principle of audio: The closer a microphone is to something, the more “boomy” or “bassy” it will sound. Check out this article that explains how this works and how you can use it to your advantage in live sound for worship services.

Dynamics Processing: Compression

The first time using a compressor on a digital soundboard can be intimidating, but once you understand what it does and how to control it, it can help your live mixes sound a lot more balanced and controlled. This article explains terms like threshold, ratio, attack, and release, and explains how you can use these to shape the sound of your mix!

Wireless vocal microphone reviews

If you’re looking at upgrading vocal microphones at your church, here is a list of top 10 wireless microphones of 2020:

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