Personal Monitors

Jim Kumorek · March 19, 2018
Personal monitor mix systems, technology that allows band members to create their own monitor mixes, are increasingly popular in houses of worship. Ten years ago there were few available, today there are many manufacturers. Here's a selection suited for church use.

Alison S. Istnick · February 12, 2018
Announcing the release of KOS 3, a major upgrade to its operating system. KOS 3 introduces new features that provide user benefits and an improved workflow when working with the KLANG 3D in-ear mixing system.

WFM Staff · January 28, 2018
Networked monitoring solution for stage and studio accepts sixteen mono channels, with limiting, three-band EQ, and up to sixteen recallable mix scenes.

WFM Staff · November 09, 2017
New Covenant Christian Ministries is a thriving non-denominational church with an active music ministry that broadcasts its second service each Sunday via live streaming.

WFM Staff · June 08, 2016

WFM Staff · May 09, 2016
A challenge this growing church faces weekly, is the changing location of available space to worship. The church's audio needs call for systems nimble enough to transport and perform.

Jim Kumorek · March 29, 2016
In this article we continue the discussion of the challenges that the use of wireless mic and in-ear monitor systems can create.

Jim Kumorek · October 01, 2015
Besides allowing your musicians to control how they hear themselves during a performance, a personal mixer can aid in resolving overall quality of sound in your sanctuary.

Jim Kumorek · September 27, 2015
Take a look at these 10 manufacturers and the equipment they offer.

November 14, 2014
Help your volunteers be confident in their sound with tips, tricks, and a full demonstration on setting up a personal monitor mix for the non-tech. Learn how to walk a volunteer through a mix so they can experience the full benefit of personal monitors and what can be done prior to the band arriving so that those on stage can concentrate on the service ahead.