Clipping on Mix for In Ear

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    yeah… indeed your right… ๐Ÿ˜€

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    Only our female Vox und the Gitar player want to try it again with post EQ on SQ โ€“ we will test it at the next rehersal session.

    Female Vox said she feels to have โ€œpost EQโ€ more control about her dynamic range โ€“ that sounds understandable.

    I realize this comment is a few months old, but I just wanted to point out that you really don’t want to send a singer’s mic channel to their IEM compressed. Meaning you want to use an aux “pick off point” prior to the compressor which is why she wanted to go back to the Post EQ pick point. This is what your singer was trying to convey when she said she felt like she had more control over her dynamic range. She didn’t like hearing her singing compressed. It can cause a singer to try to sing louder because what they are hearing is compressed and not a reflection of what they are actually singing. It can easily cause a singer to become fatigued if they are getting a compressed mic signal.

    Glad to hear you figured out your other problems. Changing equipment can have a big learning curve even if you are sticking with the same manufacturer.

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