Trying to capture audio for church

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    Hey everyone I pray all is well with everyone so I’d like to connect the church’s drum mics , 2 keyboards, bass, and guitar to my new cq12t . My only issue is wondering if the following plan I created would work, after connecting everything to the cq I was going to set up IEM for us and talk back but only for the drummer and 2 pianists. And I was going to connect the cq to the church’s mixer which connects is also connected to the camera, so my goal is for the musicians to be able to hear and talk to each other and for the viewers to hear us clearly because we already have connected the mics we use during the service to the camera but we need the viewers to hear us as well. Have a good one.

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    I think a better way to accomplish this is to use an analog splitter that takes the inputs from stage and sends each input to two (or more depending on the splitter) outputs. You will basically run each mixer completely independently from each other. Use the current church mixer exactly like you are now, but you can also plug any of the inputs into the CQ console to mix your IEM. Changes on one mixer won’t affect the other mixer at all.

    Google “XLR Analog split” for some examples of what I am talking about.

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