July 2007
Mix;Jul2007, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p72
The article presents monitor and front-of-house engineer Raphael Alkins' tips in mixing IEM in concerts. He suggests setting the artist lead vocal to a normal level with a smooth compression that makes the singer stay on the microphone and keep the band mix full and tight. The lead vocal microphone should be turned to -10 or -15 decibel.


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