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GSLC-Tech
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Hi Jordan,

Sorry to hear about your problems. I agree with the previous poster suggesting you get a Sound Engineer in house. I don’t know if you have heard of the Church Sound Check new group, but they might be able to help you find a reputable engineer near your locale. You can sign up here:

http://www.churchsoundcheck.com/list.html

Best of luck to you.

Chris has a good point about feedback with lavalier mics. If you are fortunate to have the speakers in front of the speaker, you might not have to worry as much about feedback and concentrate on tonal qualities of the voice. My practice is to take the low mid parameteric and turn up the gain up about 10 db, next sweep the frequency until you find the muddiest or nasal frequency. Stop there and turn the gain back to -10 db. Repeat for the High mids.

Rick Kohrs
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church – West Campus
Verona, WI