The Role of an Audio Director: Achieving Accurate Reproduction of Sound

Unfortunately, many churches don’t place appropriate emphasis on the Spoken word mic. In a perfect world, all of our microphones will be of a premium quality. But if you must choose, put the highest quality mic on the pastor.

The Role of an Audio Director: Achieving Accurate Reproduction of Sound
For some pastors, they may prefer to stay at the podium or lectern, while preaching and using the mic as their center point. Sometimes, they constantly reposition the microphone, which can negatively alter sound and damage the mic over time.

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5. Getting great sound is subjective.

These suggestions are meant to be a good starting point. Remember: a confident performer will always sound better!

In a worship environment, it’s all about information. We can close our eyes and get the information we need just from the sound — and that’s why it really needs to be accurate.

Remember: There’s no right way to do the wrong thing.




More About Gabriel Antonini
Gabriel Antonini is the U.S. Business Development Manager at DPA Microphones Inc. and regularly works with churches across the country. Antonini has been nominated for 11 Emmy awards in the categories of producer, outstanding technical achievement, original music, and sound design-audio post. He is passionate about sound and the microphones that capture it, striving to bring that appreciation to a national audience. Selecting the proper microphones for the right application he sees as an integral part of transmitting the clear sonic detail required for a successful production.
Get in Touch: vga@dpamicrophones.com    More by Gabriel Antonini

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