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You might be able to knock out the frequency using one of the 4 channel eq’s. As most have said, use a narrow Q, bring up the volume for frequency level and then slide the frequency up and down until you find the offending frequency. The touch screen view of the EQ will be more helpful as you can see the Q value better.

This might be a waste of a group, but you could assign the pulpit to a group. Doing this, you have a 1/3 octave GEQ for a single channel. We do this for our 3 choir mics.

Don’t do this with the LR GEQ, you can loose important room frequencies.

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