Without properly monitoring your levels and stereo spectrum, you can lose perspective at what levels the listeners are receiving, and at worst, be completely out of spec for your streaming service.
If you are streaming from a separate mix, don’t forget to add the effects channel to your mixer, and then adjust the effects into the mix.
The most important element of good video is found in excellent, clear, untainted sound quality. Even a subpar video signal with good audio will not usually generate complaints.
Upon having your audio correctly routed to your mix desk with a video monitor, you can get started on your mix. If you are new to doing this, you will want to be at the weekly rehearsals to work on your mix for Sunday.
Provide consistency from shot to shot in your video work, with the goal of telling the story in a nondistracting way. It can even enhance the story you’re telling, with intentional camera work.
Video transport requires the most resources, at all levels, and is obviously the most visible, but we absolutely cannot forget the importance of audio as part of the package.
By using in-ears, versus a series of wedges, there is significantly less competing volume on a stage. The less volume on stage, the easier it is for different engineers to get a better mix.