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Yamaha mg12-4x mixer--training

We just recently upgraded our mixer and just about the same time we lost our person that was setting it up for our church. At this point in time we are a little lost because, we neglected to cross train someone else. Is there a "crash course" that we could subscribe to or manual that would be easier than the manual that came with our unit to train new people from? Any help or starting point would be very appreciated. We normally have one lead singer, 3 other singers, one guitar, one base guitar, one electric drums. We are presently using 2 Bose towers and 2 bases.
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Lee Roseno
Quail Lake Community Church

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A good mixer might cost over $500.

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