Best Performing 2017 Worship Tech Director Pieces Worth Second Look, Part 4
With pieces from nearly 60 writers this year, readers of Worship Tech Director had numerous articles to enjoy over the course of this year. Five in particular stood out, with this the fourth to be highlighted.
Sound Check and Rehearsals NewsBest Performing 2017 Worship Tech Director Pieces Worth Second Look, Part 4 It Takes Hard Work To Get To Sound Check Work to End Your Recurring Rehearsal Problems Sound Check and Rehearsals: Importance Behind Checklists, Communication
Team Management ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.
Over the past year, readers of Worship Tech Director have had the opportunity to read a great number of articles crafted by nearly 60 writers for the site. As Site Editor, I thought that five articles that were very well written and read by thousands of readers, should be recognized at the end of 2017.
Earlier this week, pieces by Debbie Keough, Brad Duryea and Michael Scott have been highlighted. Today’s piece, “Better Band Preparation: Defining Sound Check, Rehearsal,” was written by Grant Norsworthy, Music Instructor for More Than Music Mentor.
His article, posted to the site on September 15, was Better Band Preparation: Defining Sound Check, Rehearsal. The article looked closely into the aspects of sound check and rehearsal for worship bands.
On Saturday, the article that was the most read article of 2017 will be highlighted, a piece written by Jeff Snyder, an audio contractor for Granger Community Church.
Another of Grant’s well written pieces from this year, worthy of a read was “Volunteer Recruitment: Where to Look For Audio Engineers?” and the article can be read here:
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.