All About Monitoring

In house of worship presentations and performances- When the Word is heard well, it's because of MONITORS

If you're the one responsible for creating a good sounding service at your house of worship, you know all about the eternal struggle between volume and feedback. And the seeming inability for anybody to hear themselves the way they think they should while they're presenting or performing.
You also know that what we're talking about is monitors.
For those who are new to the world of performance sound systems, monitors are speakers, just like those used in the PA system, except smaller and configured for the presenters or performers to listen to instead of the audience or congregation.

Monitors exist in two basic forms: the traditional wedge-shaped floor monitor with woofers for the low frequencies and tweeters or small horns for the higher frequencies, and the newer in-ear monitor (IEM). Both types serve the same basic purpose - to help the pastor, choir singers, and musicians hear themselves while they're performing. In this issue you will learn the ins and outs of both types of monitors, which will hopefully help you to decide which type of system is right for your house of worship.

Autor: Shure Notes

Jahr: 2003

Update: 17.11.2006

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