IEMITO brings together in-ear manufacturers, dealers, suppliers, and end-users to shape the future of the global headphone market. The trade organization serves as a platform to aggregate the best and brightest developments within the in-ear space.
We publish a repository of unbiased information and act as a directory for all members.
"With the growth of the IEM product category over the past 25 years, it’s important to have a trade organization dedicated to meeting the needs of both manufacturers and end users while promoting the use of in-ear monitors. Sensaphonics is proud to be a founding member of IEMITO.”
"It is exciting to see a new platform with so much potential. We are definitely looking forward to everything that IEMITO offers and we hope this will take our industry to the next level with people from all over the world.”
Welcome to IEMITO — your source for all things relating to in-ear monitors and true wireless earphones. We're here to answer any and all questions and to help you make great decisions about your next IEM purchase.
The In-Ear Monitor International Trade Organization is a vibrant community of in-ear manufacturers, designers, sound engineers, hobbyists, suppliers, technicians, journalists, in-ear retailers, and industry pioneers who are actively shaping the market for in-ear monitors.
The terms are often thrown around interchangeably but there are significant differences between headphones, earphones, and in-ear monitors.
In-ear monitors provide sound isolation and help performers stay in pitch and hit their cues. And getting started with them is much easier than you might think.
The in-ear monitor is the most versatile of all headphones. It is the most compact. The most portable. And the best way to make & listen to music.
In-Ear Monitors connect artists, engineers, and backline professionals. By integrating a talkback system into your in-ear mix, you can improve communications and control for all possible situations that arise during the show — without having to interfere with the performance.
The goal is to protect hearing while giving a balanced, clear mix.
Nearly all in-ear users start their personal monitoring journey with universal In-Ears. What makes someone want to try custom molded in-ears?
In-ear monitors can help vocalists sing with ease and with far less strain. Use these simple mic control practice techniques to master singing with in-ear monitors.
One of the biggest misconceptions about in-ear monitors is that the whole band needs to make the switch at the same time. This isn't true and it's one of the leading causes of missing out on the benefits of IEMS.
One of the biggest reasons that there is so much misinformation about in-ears is because music store professionals don't understand how to sell them.
Paul Klimson shares his expertise on the day-to-day portions of mixing a late night TV house band and navigating the role that music plays in reinforcing the comedy portions of the show. He discusses various talkback systems and using IEMs for program feeds.
Una entrevista con German Tarazona Llano, el Ingeniero de Sonido de Maluma, habla acerca del uso de los audífonos profesionales.
Customers are aware of in-ear monitors but always assume that they are only for top-touring pro acts; the standard line being “I’ll get them some day.” And MI sales professionals didn’t have a simple process to follow. That’s why we wrote this article.
The personal monitoring category is a stable growing market for the MI retailer. Does your team understand how to best sell them?
Balvinder Singh, Chief Engineer for Stealth Sonics, discusses the benefits of a pressure release valve for in-ear monitors.
With IEM’s, the sound is going straight into your brain! There’s no PA to color the sound, and no distance factor that allows a sound to develop. So for an IEM mix, the key is to limit the amount of excess air in the drum sound and keep the tones warm.
In-Ears aren't just for the artists. They provide consistency and help streamline shows. They offer the band and crew a means to communicate and they let the FOH engineer have more control over the house mix. No wonder production managers encourage their artists to get onto in-ears; they make managing the tour easier.