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Simple Tips That Might Improve Your Mix
« on: July 01, 2019, 10:02:52 am »

Simple Tips That Might Improve Your Mix
When it comes to creating a good mix, especially in church, there is nothing that can be overlooked.
By Andrew Stone July 1, 2019


Putting together a full mix Im happy with doesnt happen by accident. Oftentimes, I tend to be my own worst critic and take it personally if I fall below my own mark.

Even though there are many elements that have to come together for a great mix to come to life, heres a few practical tips I use to get things rocking.

System Tuning
System tuning can be quite involved depending on the complexity of your system. Usually this involves figuring out proper amp gain structure, optimizing each speaker component and how they relate to the actual speaker cabinet, and how all those speakers work as a whole. After that, some equalization and limiting is still usually necessary. Really simple right?

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