Learning Series: Best Practices When Using In-Ear Monitors

by | Audio, Audio Connections, Learning Series, Production

When it comes to using in-ear monitors, there are two camps of thought – those who like them and those who don’t. Either way, many musicians will be confronted with the prospect of having to use in-ear monitors (IEMs) at some point. For example, a venue that requires the volume threshold to be kept under a certain dB level. Many houses of worship fall into this category.


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