Just Trust Your (In-) Ears

La Cerra, Steve
January 2008
Mix;Jan2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p52
The article focuses on the increasing popularity of in-ear type monitors (EIMs). Along with the advantages of IEMs comes the responsibility for ensuring that sensible monitoring levels are uased to prevent hearing damage. Most artists use wireless in-ear systems for onstage mobility. Some IEMs are hard-wired, appealing mainly to drummers and keyboard players who are tied to their rigs and do not need to move around.


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