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Can Bluetooth mix input from guitar and send it to headphones?

In short, no. Different sources give Bluetooth a minimum latency of 32 to 40 milliseconds that is very high for guitar. In practice the latency is usually much higher, and since you have two ...
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Would PA Speakers or Studio Monitors be better for practicing live vocals?

You won't learn anything useful singing through studio monitors. Don't even bother. You will learn some useful things by singing through a powered PA top that is on its side in wedge configuration ...
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Would PA Speakers or Studio Monitors be better for practicing live vocals?

You can't ever really tell what you sound like though either a PA or studio monitors… because you're singing at the same time. If you really want to hear what it sounds like to others, you'll have to ...
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How can I keep double bass drum (kick) from getting lost in the mix?

AI to the rescue… sorry, but it's great for this. Throw a reference track at one of the myriad 'splitters' available online these days & play with the mix to see how it was done. I threw System of ...
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What is the difference between mixing tracks with and without vocals?

You're not going to learn this in a week, a month, or even a year, so be prepared for the long haul. You need to create a vocal-shaped hole in your mix, into which the vocal will sit neatly - not ...
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What is the difference between mixing tracks with and without vocals?

Even before you get to the vocals, there are some big differences between EDM, pop, rock, and rap. Too many to put in one concise answer. If you have a good mix of the instrumental portion (in ...
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Would PA Speakers or Studio Monitors be better for practicing live vocals?

I have both in the studio, and would only use p.a. speakers (15" +horns) for singing through mics. Studio monitors may do the job, but are quite small in comparison, so wouldn't, in my opinion, ...
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Can Bluetooth mix input from guitar and send it to headphones?

Although not quite cheap (about CAD $500) I really like the Roland Waza-Air system. A very small radio transmitter plugs into your electric instrument, and the earphones pick up the signal with radio (...
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