I’d love to hear from you! Before you jump down to the contact form, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.
Also, if you’ve got a tech problem and need help ASAP, post up the question on the private Behind the Mixer Facebook Group, where audio techs are helping each other (and I help when I can).
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get started?
I’d love to help you get started and the best place to start is with the online resources I’ve created specifically for you. The first thing to do is visit the Getting Started page. Even if you email me and ask where to start, that’s the link I’d send you.
Can you mentor me?
The best way for you to get help is through my guide, Audio Essentials for Church Sound. I created this guide with everything I’d teach you if I was at your church. As you go through the guide, if you have questions, then you can email me and I’ll help as much as I can.
Can you train my tech team? What does it cost? How long is it?
Training is available as schedules allow. Depending on your needs, I can hold either half-day or full-day training. Cost is dependent on a number of factors, including travel. Use the contact form to get in touch and make sure you mention where you are located.
Do you have a success story you’d like to share? Every time I read one, it makes my day! Maybe one of the guides helped you create your best mix ever. Maybe you’ve just help your first training session and it went great. Whatever your win, I’d love to read about it – and congrats on the win!
I have questions about one of your guides before I purchase it.
No problem! Drop your question(s) below and I’ll get back to you ASAP. Keep in mind, all my guides are covered by a 30-day guarantee. This means if you don’t find it useful, you get your money back no questions asked.
Where can I access my purchase(s)?
Easy, just go here.
If you forgot your password, use the link on that page to reset the password. You’ll get an email to set a new password and access your online portal to get your guide(s). If the issue persist, email me. I can set a new password for you and send it to you.
I never received my welcome email for a guide I purchased.
Technology, it either works or it doesn’t! Sorry about that.
First off, give it a few minutes to arrive, if you haven’t already. Sometimes those emails take longer than we’d like. Also, please check your spam folders as sometimes the emails go there. If you can’t find it, email me. Sometimes there are system glitches or you misspelled your email address – these things happen, we’re all human.
Can I submit a guest post to BehindtheMixer.com?
I have been known to allow for occasional (rare) guest posts. If you have something you beleive would be helpful to the church tech community, please use the contact form to provide me information about yourself, the topic, and a link to any articles you’ve written. I’ll then decide if I’m interested and if so, I reserve the right to deny any guest post I believe isn’t in the best interest of this web site and/or its readers.
Can I reprint your article on my web site / in my church newsletter / in my magazine / etc?
If you’d like to re-print an article from this web site, please contact me with the details including the article and your web site, magazine, or whatever medium you use. I’ll review your details and let you know if I’ll allow it or not.
Can you speak at my event?
I’d love to speak at your event and help out your audience. Fill out the contact form and include the date of the event and I’ll get back with you. I do charge a nominal fee.
Do you need help with a particular problem or issue at your church? We can talk on the phone and I’d love to help you solve that problem or overcome that obstacle you face. Click the link to find out more.
@behindthemixer Thanks for all the articles. I have used your insights for what seems like years. Always great!
@behindthemixer Hi Chris, thanks for the checklist. Just put in a new system and it will help with a fresh start.
Thanks! That info about adjusting highs and lows when running lower volume is really helpful for me. Learn something new every day! Baby steps!