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post Aug 8 2017, 06:56 PM
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Hey Gabriel,

I'm considering in-ear monitors - my current experience with audio technicians in small venues has been very frustrating and I'd like to take control of what I hear on stage, and not worry about what the audio tech serves the audience. I read a thread just today saying that you started using in-ears. Can you talk a little about your experience using in-ears so far? Do you have control over the mix from where you're at (on your rig?), or do you still have to talk to the audio technician to fine-tune what gets mixed in your in-ears? How do you like them so far?

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Hi Sir! I have to say that I regret having used in ears before. It's the best thing that happened to me. It protects my ears, and I can hear a balanced mix of the whole band, as well as my own playing, tone and use of effect with more precision.

I control my own mix from my iphone which is connected by wifi to the mixer so I don't have to talk to the PA sound engineer. However, this possibility depends on the features that the venue's console gives. We got our own mixing console so we always use the same settings and Iphone App, but if you are using different consoles, you'll need the right app for each one.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Aug 9 2017, 10:09 AM) *
Hi Sir! I have to say that I regret having used in ears before. It's the best thing that happened to me. It protects my ears, and I can hear a balanced mix of the whole band, as well as my own playing, tone and use of effect with more precision.

I control my own mix from my iphone which is connected by wifi to the mixer so I don't have to talk to the PA sound engineer. However, this possibility depends on the features that the venue's console gives. We got our own mixing console so we always use the same settings and Iphone App, but if you are using different consoles, you'll need the right app for each one.

Does it make sense?


Yes it does, thanks!

What system are you using out of curiosity. I'm researching the different systems - I had custom ear molds made a while back for custom ear-plugs, and might get my system using those - but they are more expensive that way. Did you get custom ear-monitors (molded) or are you using the standard off-the shelf ear-monitors?

I appreciate your input!

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I have custom molded in ears, and I'm using Shure PSM300 system. My band is endorsed by Shure, but I honestly recommend the unit. It works great.


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Aug 10 2017, 11:38 AM) *
I have custom molded in ears, and I'm using Shure PSM300 system. My band is endorsed by Shure, but I honestly recommend the unit. It works great.


Thank you Sir!


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QUOTE (SirJamsalot @ Aug 10 2017, 07:54 PM) *
Thank you Sir!



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