Read our pro tips for managing your sound on stage, use in-ear monitors or fight larsen effect.
When performing on stage, musicians and singers need to hear themselves play and/or sing to be able to sound as a unit. Without a monitor, it is impossible for them to play in tune and in rhythm, which will significantly compromise their performance. What stage monitor is best for a musician?
In-ear monitors have impressed and are now attracting an increasing number of instrumentalists. Earphones allow you to use a mix so that it can be heard directly by the musician.
When playing, every musician should take care of his hearing and protect it so that he will not be completely deaf in a few years. Protecting yourself from noise should be a natural reflex for any instrumentalist! Because one of the most damaging things for a musician is losing part of his hearing! What hearing protections are available for musicians?
You are part of a band and after multiple rehearsals, you feel ready to look for concert dates. You will need a minimum of equipment including a technical rider that will allow you to express your needs to the venue that will welcome you. Learn how to create your technical rider.
In the electric violin, as in any electrical or electro-acoustic instrument, disturbances of the sound spectrum may appear at different points in the sound chain. Discover our tips to limit larsen effect and disturbances.
Connecting an electric violin and setting up the sound system are certainly one of the most frequently-asked questions by musicians venturing into the world of electric violins. Discover how to connect your electric violins to different sound systems like headphones, PA speakers, amp or pedal effects.