IEMs allow for better front of house mixes

Listen to Pooch talk about why IEMs help him create better front of house mixes.

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August 24, 2021

Accomplished FOH engineer, Ken 'Pooch' van Druten – who is currently on the road with ZZ Top – has worked with the likes of Iron Maiden, Jay-Z, Linkin Park, Kiss and many more over the course of his career. Listen to him discuss how IEMs are allowing for better front of house mixes, and offers some of his top tips and tricks for mixing live shows.

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