It’s almost commonplace these days for small, medium and large churches to be using digital mixers.  One of the great things about about DSP technology becoming more affordable is that many companies can make a full featured digital mixer for thousands less than they could 10 years ago.  If you are using a digital mixer, then chances are you have the option of adding compression to not only 1  or 2 but maybe all 24, 32, or even 64 of the channels on your mixer.  With tools like this at our disposal, it’s important to understand how to best use them so that we can produce a better and clearer message on Sunday mornings.  In the interest of learning how to better use an advanced mixing tool like compression I want to share an article written by audio guru Gregory Scott on demolishing the myths of compression.