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In-ear monitors
In an article that looked closely at in-ear monitors and their use in worship settings, it was the third most popular read among Worship Tech Director articles in 2018.

Third Most Popular Worship Tech Director Read in 2018: In-Ears

Among the more than 200 Worship Tech Director articles that ran throughout 2018, an article on in-ears was the third most read piece.

As 2019 begins, we continue to look at the top articles that ran through 2018 for Worship Tech Director, over the 12 months of last year. Having already looked at the fifth and fourth most popular, it's time to take a look at an article posted just five months ago, and has pulled in more than 4,000 pageviews already, third highest of more than 200 that posted to the site last year.

This article, was a piece focused on the benefits and negatives associated with in-ear-monitors.

In a piece dated, August 3, by Grant Norsworthy, someone who works closely with church musicians as the content developer and principal instructor for More Than Music Mentor, “Eureka! Finally, Quality In-Ear Monitors At the Right Price,” the piece covered how “In-ear monitors are here and (at least for the foreseeable future) they’re here to stay. I can happily use IEMs, if needed.” Since the article posted, it has garnered more than 4,300 pageviews, third best among Worship Tech Director articles for 2018.

Throughout the piece that can viewed here, it noted an issue with trying to find affordable in-ears that acceptably handle their task, and that thanks to seeing a particular set at last year's Summer NAMM, he was able to discover such valuable in-ears.

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