Livestream sound bad?

It probably does, but not because you’re BAD at what you do. You just don’t mix. And there’s nothing wrong with that. 

Let’s talk for a minute about how we can help.

You’ve spent a great deal of your life getting good at singing, playing, preaching, or whatever it is you do for your church.

What you’ve likely NOT done is spent much time learning how to mix audio.

However, you’ve figured out by now the mixing cavalry isn’t coming to help, and your church probably doesn’t have it in the budget to hire someone full-time with experience in audio, if at all.

You’re having to wear a lot of hats; you gotta worry about stuff like getting the mixer turned on, making sure the words get put on the screen, or even if the pastor is being heard properly, both in the house and on stream.

And you’re also having to worry about leading your team and congregation in worship while you’re at it.

It’s a lot to deal with. Trust me; our team has been there, and a lot of us are STILL there.

Now, we can’t exactly download 10,000+ hours of audio experience it takes to master a skill into your brain overnight, but that doesn’t mean there’s not something we CAN do.

And what we can do for you is this thing called a mix template – a preconfigured/premixed digital session or file that we’ve crafted with our years of audio experience, figuring out what works/what doesn’t, specifically for worship music.

Let’s talk about that for a sec.


Still deer in the headlights?

All good. We’re not gonna run over you. In fact, we’re gonna clear all this up for you.

Now, you saw a lot of things you probably already have in this video.

The part of it that might be a little fuzzy for you is probably the part happening in the COMPUTER.

The key to this mixing strategy is creating a DEDICATED mix platform, specifically for your livestream. And we do this with computer audio.

We do this with software used to mix and record music, only we’re going to put it to work for us in our churches. Examples are:

  1. Logic Pro
  2. Pro Tools
  3. Ableton
  4. Studio One
  5. Cubase
  6. Garageband
  7. Harrison Mixbus
  8. Adobe Audition
  9. Mainstage


You’ve likely seen several of these names before.

“But I don’t really know how to use any of that.”

It’s okay. You don’t have to be a pro at using a digital audio workstation. You just need to learn a couple new things in getting it up and going, just like you’re probably already having to do with a lot of other tech around your church, simply because there’s nobody else to do that.

This really is no different.

All you need is a digital mixer like an X32, M32, StudioLive, SQ or Qu, or really any other mixer with multi-channel audio, which most current digital mixers do.

Did we mention that you don’t have to know how to mix?

We’re taking care of that part for you. All you gotta do is purchase one of our DAW mix templates that come COMPLETELY preconfigured for your drums, bass, guitars, keys, vocals, and even pastor mis.

Each channel is already laid out for you, dialed in specifically for church worship audio.

it’s that easy.

You just drag your tracks in and you’re done. Or if you want to run it live, you connect via USB, make your channels match, and “input monitor”.

The livestream mix will automatically route back to your mixer, which can then be sent to your video streaming setup just like your previous aux/monitor mix was.

See it in action.

Get better livestream audio overnight with our Worship Mix templates.

No third party plugins. Affordable on any budget.


Utilizes drum replacement, Auto-Tune and Waves plugins.


Supported DAWs

lite & plus

Free Consultation

Tell us about your setup and we’ll do some homework on what’s the best situation for you and we’ll help you do it inexpensively. 

Or feel free to give us a call if you’d like to speak with us about partnering with your church.