In-ear monitor systems (IEMs) have become almost standard on the worship stage. The benefits of using in-ear monitors instead of floor monitors are plenty and well documented. Just a few benefits include: In-ear monitor systems provide benefits to your sound technicians, including mixing the room without extra noise; Most musicians prefer using in-ears as opposed…

The First Pedal to Offer Full Stereo Wet | Dry | Wet Using Only Two Amps Introducing the Red Sea, an all analog signal routing matrix, designed for countless stereo and mono signal path routing options. The Red Sea was born out of the vision to provide complex signal routing options available to the live/performing…

We usually consider the important pieces of gear to be the pedals we use, the amp, or even the guitar to be what makes our performances "tip top" and just plain awesome. I find that while I am attached to all the other things I mentioned before, we do take for granted sometimes the things…

When I first sat to write this article, I couldn’t help but return to the statement, “whichever one you like the best.” I hesitate to use such a cliché, and even now it feels like a copout. But the truth is this is the best possible advice I can imagine. Trying to force yourself into…

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The is my second time around with a Temple Board. The first time around was a disaster. This time has been absolutely fantastic and I wanted to share my story and what I have learned about these great boards.  My First Temple Board I bought my first Temple board about 3 years ago and it…