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A Practical Step-By-Step Guide To Success With Wireless/RF
« on: April 26, 2019, 12:00:22 pm »

Illuminating The Dark Art: A Practical Step-By-Step Guide To Success With Wireless/RF
When approached systematically, managing RF for wireless microphone and IEM systems can actually be quite enjoyable in a nerdy kind of way!
By Becky Pell • April 26, 2019


On larger, complex shows and festivals, there’s usually a dedicated RF tech setting up and managing wireless systems, but on many tours it falls to the monitor engineer. While RF often gets referred to as a “dark art,” in truth it’s a science which, approached systematically, can actually be quite enjoyable in a nerdy kind of way!

While I’m by no means a mega RF boffin, in my 20-plus years of touring I’ve developed a practical step-by-step approach that has served me well and which I hope will help you too.

Getting Started
Use RF only where necessary. Some band members/performers need to be completely mobile and so wireless in-ear monitor (IEM) and/or microphone systems are a must. But consider who needs them...

Continue reading here: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/live-sound/illuminating-the-dark-art-a-practical-step-by-step-guide-to-success-with-wireless-rf/
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