How to Get a Good In-Ear Monitor (IEM) MixVocal Tips, Worship Training | 15 comments Does your worship team use IEMs? Do you struggle to hear yourself properly? Know what to ask for in your mix? Jason gives tips on how to get the best mix so you can sing confidently! This webinar was recorded live in our private Facebook community exclusively for subscribers. To tune in live for upcoming webinars, click here. Upgrade to an Access Pass or sign in to watch locked videos, access lesson downloads, audio workouts, and community discussions. ← Next Previous → Comments (15) 15 Comments ← Older Comments midnightpraises on October 1, 2018 at 8:50 am So good, I’m using iem for the first time in 3 weeks and I was a bit worried about what to ask for. I’m definitely using the 4 tips. Makes lot a sense actually. I’m also gonna ask if we have house mix, lol, I sound like I know more than I actually do.lol. Thanks for this. So happy you two exist:-) Jason on October 1, 2018 at 1:20 pm So glad we can be a help! Let us know how the first time goes! It’s a big change, no matter how “prepared” you are, but hopefully you’ll be armed with some strategies or ideas to get comfortable faster. And after hundreds of services using IEMs myself, I can honestly tell you it’s worth the learning curve—you’ll protect your ears, protect your voice, and enjoy the experience! Rachluvjun on September 12, 2018 at 12:45 pm Thank you for this! I always feel dumb asking others to help adjust my mix! Our issue at our church is we have groups that share the same mix so we don’t get to mix it for each of us individually. A few share the same mix and some others share another mix if that makes sense. So I often have to listen to what the more experienced and senior singers want in their mix. I also always end up pulling one out because I just dont trust what Im hearing in them. Lol. Jason on September 14, 2018 at 11:19 am Totally – sharing a mix can be tricky, especially when you share with people in different roles (ie, leading vs harmony) or quite different voice types. And pulling one in-ear out is a better compromise for now than singing poorly because you can’t hear the right things! Just don’t underestimate the longer-term effects of that—keep encouraging your team to explore adding more in-ear monitor mixes! (And the tech for that keeps getting more and more affordable, hooray!) ← Older Comments Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.