Arizona Church Begins Streaming, Recording with Vaddio MatrixMIX System

With its ease of use, the MatrixMIX was put through the paces on the same day following its install, after which the church's first recording was done the next Sunday.

Arizona Church Begins Streaming, Recording with Vaddio MatrixMIX System
Willow Hills Baptist Church lead tech David Smith works on a Behringer X32 console in the production room, while watching the various views from the four Vaddio PTZ cameras being used in the worship space.

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Arizona Church Begins Streaming, Recording with Vaddio MatrixMIX System

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In all, the install took a couple of days to complete, paired with some training. “The longest part was putting up the surface mount channeling for the cabling,” Smith said. “After that, it went together very quickly.” Once installed, training began, which as Halsey explained was “more in depth (with Smith), and then with the team, to bring them up to speed. It began with in-field training on the basics, with a few presets, and then we followed up with additional training, and took it to the next level.” Areas covered during the initial training included adding words across the screen, scrolling, along with sending computer and camera images. Subsequent training then delved into creating additional macros and presets, and how to design a more customized system.

Since the work was done in less than a week, there were no resulting cancellations or delays of any services.

With the new configuration, Willow Hills finds that to have it work well, a requirement of four people is needed, an increase nonetheless from the single person needed prior to the upgrade, who then was then responsible for running sound, lights and lyrics. Those responsibilities have grown to where volunteers are now needed in the production room, handling the feed, putting the feed into an overflow room, as well as handling recording and streaming.

With the new system in place, Smith said that based on initial expectations leading up to the installation, that they have been fully met, and that “we have not run into anything that we have not been able to resolve.”




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