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This can be a tedious process if not done very methodically. Be sure to turn up your room volume carefully. While you will find many people who will "jump" to the part of giving advice about "ringing out" monitors, which means small adjustments are made to try to target the exact frequencies where the feedback is heaviest, this is not at all where you should begin. You should begin in the simplest way. Make absolutely certain that your speakers are in front of, not behind, any and all microphones. Moving the speakers (monitors) forward even just a few inches can make an enormous difference. Speaker placement is absolutely the most important aspect of preventing feedback. Place your speakers as close to the audience as possible with safety in mind, to reduce the required volume. Even consider placing one or two speakers halfway back into the room to get them closer to the people sitting in the back of the room. Never place speakers in the corners of the room or right up against walls.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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