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More on using a personal mixer in worship

Hopefully this little video gives you a little more insight into how to use the Aviom system and fills in the gaps for those of you who have ever wondered how a personal mixing system works.

(You say “A-viom”…I say “ah-viom”…you can save those emails for later.)

Jason Whitehorn

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Jason Whitehorn is a worship leader/pastor, Christian songwriter, mentor, public speaker and Christian music promoter/publicist. Jason's articles have been published in both online and National publications and has broadcast in both radio and television - reporting and anchoring for affiliates such as ABC, CNN, and CNN Headline News. Jason is the Redemptive Arts Pastor at Grace Church in the Indianapolis-Metro area.

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2 thoughts on “More on using a personal mixer in worship”

  1. Joel Greutman says:

    Don’t forget about groups! I always make a group for the singers so I can turn them all up or down at the same time. Also, if the drums are split up into different channels (bass drum, overhead, snare), it helps to assign them to a group.

    1. Jason Whitehorn says:

      Awesome tips…and great practical uses!

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