It's Time to Make a Choice...

Do You Want to be a Great Church Audio Tech?

Seriously, I'm talking about being the person who knows how to operate every aspect of the audio mixer, how to set up the stage, how to work with all aspects of audio in your church and, of course, create a great mix.

I can help you become that person.  Imagine knowing how to use every piece of equipment.  Imagine knowing how to create a great mix every week!

You're here, right now, and you're ready to step up your game!  And I promise that when you do that, you'll have a lot more fun behind the mixer.

The Problem

The biggest problem in learning church audio is figuring out where to begin. Too many people end up stressed out and frustrated because all they study is mixing.  They don't understand this one truth:

The quality of audio going into the mixer drives the quality coming out of it.

Mixing is only a part of the job.  In fact, in my guide Audio Essentials for Church Sound, I teach that the last place to be is standing behind the mixer because there's so much other work that needs to first be done.  Just to give a simple example, if the wrong type of microphone is placed on a kick drum or isn't not placed in the right place, it will sound horrible and no amount of mixing can fix it.

The Solution

Here at Behind the Mixer, I teach you everything you need to know, from mixing (of course) to gear selection and usage to proper communication.  What you know today will soon pale in comparison to what you'll know in a week or even just tomorrow. And the quality of your audio work is about to skyrocket.

Start by knowing FOUR things:

  • I want you to be successful.
  • I want you to be a blessing to your congregation.
  • I want you to be in COMMUNITY with other church audio techs.
  • And I want you to have fun doing it.

Community?  That's right, not only do I have a free gift for you but you'll also have free access to my enormous thriving Facebook Group with over 9,000 church techs.  This means you can talk with other techs, ask questions, share stories, whatever you need!

It's time for you to decide if you're truly ready to become a great church audio tech.  If you are, I have a lot to share and I want to start off with a quick win.  That's to say, something you can use during your next time running sound that I know will decrease your stress and get you more time mixing.  Did I mention over 30,000 church techs have already taken me up on this offer?

Are you ready?

Good! Let's Get Started!

Step #1

Download the Soundcheck Checklist

When I visit a church for in-person training, I often notice they have a chaotic soundcheck process.  I'm not talking about rioting in the sanctuary, I'm talking about disorganization that's based on a lack of preparation and it leads to a lot of frustration and a process that itself takes much too long.

A streamlined soundcheck means you're relaxed, the band's relaxed, and you have more time to mix.  And when you've got that going for you, stepping up your game becomes so much easier.  That's why I want you to have this...to get your first BIG quick win.

Take the first step and download your Church Audio Soundcheck Checklist.

I'll send the checklist to your email inbox right away. Read through it and then print it out. The next time you're in the sound booth, hang it up or tape it to the desk or use whatever means necessary so it's there when you need it.

Do this today and I'll take care of the next step for you.

Get the 32-Point Soundcheck Checklist

Streamline your soundcheck process and remove stress!

  • Covers the critical steps to follow the week before the service.
  • Lists all of the technical aspects throughout the soundcheck.
  • Lists the tasks most audio techs forget!

Check out what these people have to say...


I wanted to let you know how much I gain each time I receive your articles…Thanks for all you do to keep the insights and instructions coming.


Ron Fink

Chris, I love these emails. Great little nuggets to keep me thinking and give me ideas to improve our sound. It’s amazing how many times I read one of these and say out loud ‘oh, that’s why [that happens].'


Roger K.

Your articles have created an absolute watershed in our church tech team! Our sound is better, our service to the music team faster and I can personally attest that my whole view on ‘how’ to mix has been completely changed. Thanks again for your wisdom and guidance and for helping create an audio revolution in our church.


Chris Wood

Thank you for all that you have done with your website, blog, and email newsletters to enhance tech ministry in the Church! I’ve been following your blog for the past couple of years, and you have really helped me develop my skill and my ministry as a sound tech.


Steven W.

Step #2

Gather the Essentials

Next, I'll be in touch regarding our next steps together.  Over the following few days, I'll send you some top-notch articles from this web site and what I think will be the best resources for you.

For now, check your email for the checklist and (I love this part) your link to my huge active online community of over 9,000 church audio techs.  If you've got a tech problem and need help, post the question and you'll have answers in no time.

Now go check your email!

Chris Huff

P.S. Thanks for allowing me to help you become a great church sound tech!