Choosing Your Next Audio Mixing Console: Keep Your Budget In Mind
Console brands worth investigating include DiGiCo, Yamaha, Studer, Behringer, Soundcraft, Mackie and Allen & Heath.
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When on the look out for your church investing in an audio console, one cannot ignore budget, but one also has to decide on: Analog or digital?
While that question may seem to have been answered years ago, with the push to go digital for such consoles, for some smaller churches, it still might be worth it to go analog, but accounting for how involved your services are, and how many volunteers or staff members would work with the console all play a role in making that decision.
Read this 6-page PDF to review some of the features and benefits when deciding on the right audio console manufacturer, whether you look to a DiGiCo or Studer or Yamaha, or another maker that you are considering for your church.
Among the features to keep an eye out for include compression, EQ or direct outputs. Also be sure to have training included as part
of the package, once you have decided on a console.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.
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