Episode: Transitioning to In-Ears

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Transitioning to In-Ears

If you're planning on using tracks, live on stage, it's important you first use in-ears, and then click. In this week's episode, we tackle how to make the transition to in-ears. We chat about what's going to help make the transition easier, and what gear you're going to need. 


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How to Move Your Team to In-Ears (Article)


How to Improve your In-Ear Mix (Podcast)


Choosing the Right In-Ears (Webinar) 


Creating a Great In-Ear Mix (Webinar)


Real Musicans Don't Use Tracks (Podcast)


My choice for In-Ear Monitors


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