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Chris Grimshaw

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Re: Newbie with no mentor
« Reply #10 on: March 26, 2019, 03:45:26 pm »

I might as well give up right now if that really is the case.

An infinite number of monkeys each with a mixing desk, perhaps...

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Bruce Burke

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Re: Newbie with no mentor
« Reply #11 on: March 30, 2019, 08:41:14 am »

The guy who did our church sound left with no training of new personnel. I am trying to figure out things as best I can. I've figured out how to turn it on, how to control volume, and other basic things just to keep church service going.
What is the best way to learn quickly how to troubleshoot certain things (how to program mics, how to get rid of an ongoing static sound going on in the background, how to get rid of feedback (we have no monitor), etc.
I know I can Google videos and Google the manual. I would appreciate any links to certain youtube channels or lessons that have knowledgeable, great teachers that you keep returning to because of the quality of their instruction. I need to learn this as quickly as possible so I am grateful for any help you can offer. Thank you.

Use your pastor's connections to see if there is another church who can send someone to help you.
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