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In-ear monitors (IEMs) are devices used by musicians, audio engineers, audiophiles and music band members to listen to music or to hear a personal mix of vocals and stage instrumentation for live performance or recording studio mixing.

Using 2 mixers for in ear monitoring.

I am using an Alesis Studio 24 for vocals in our rehearsals bought a Beheringer 1024USB mixer to run my in ears through. Using 2 overheads 1 & 2 CH and 2 Shure Beta52a combined on CH_3 on the Behringer and running 3 vocals 2 guitars and bass on the Alesis. I only want the vocals going to the mains. Is it possible to channel the guitars to the

hissing/cut off sound in ear-monitor mix


I have brand new in-ear monitors with an older Shure (receiver?) body pack.
I also have a wireless head set (with transmitter body pack) and Sennheiser wireless sax mic (with transmitter attached to the horn itself.)

I'm getting a hissing sound in my in-ear monitors that intermitantly cuts off for split second.

in ear monitor (live performance)

hey guys... can anyone give any recommendations on in ear monitor models ? the ones i have looked at are either WAY to expensive or way to cheap... I'm looking for something in the 300-400US range.. can this sort of money buy something decent?

the in ear monitors will be used by the drummer of my band whilst listening to a click/instruction track during live performances...


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