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Keys to Reaching People With IMAG: Engage Your Audience
By Duke DeJong · April 17, 2018 • For video to be an effective, natural part of the experience you’re creating for your audience, you must find the delicate balance of placing them where they can effectively support what is happening in your service.

7 Tips for Creating An Engaging Worship Space
By Duke DeJong · January 2, 2018 • People expect some thought, character, and multimedia to show up in worship spaces today, but that doesn't need to add up to just spending lots of money as a solution.

Which Light Is Which? Begin With the Basics
By Duke DeJong · August 11, 2017 • In the world of lighting, half of the game is learning the vocabulary and knowing which type of light does what. Here's a look at some of the essential basics behind various types of lights.

Keys to Equipping Volunteers Each Weekend
By Duke DeJong · May 31, 2017 • If you’re struggling to get volunteers engaged in what you’re doing, take a step back and look hard at whether you can make serving easier for people who might show an interest.

5 Reasons To Consider Upgrading to Laser Projectors
By Duke DeJong · February 6, 2017 • In a production environment, sealed optics that laser projectors provide, create better images over longer periods of time.

The State of Mixing Monitors
By Duke DeJong · December 21, 2016 • Over the last 15 years there have been tremendous advances in mixing monitor technology, helping us expand the way we can go about doing it.

Lighting For Video – 3 Keys for Getting Great Video
By Duke DeJong · November 28, 2016 • Unfortunately, most video creators and video directors show they still have a lot to learn on good lighting and audio techniques.

Do You Have An Engaging Worship Mix?
By Duke DeJong · November 8, 2016 • My sound system philosophy is simple, put sound where people are and keep it away from where they aren't.

True Confessions of a Technical Artist
By Duke DeJong · October 31, 2016 • Despite the tendency to fall into gear biases, it's best to be open to new possibilities, as a manufacturer may surprise you.

5 Tips To Solid Choir Sound
By Duke DeJong · October 27, 2016 • If you don't feel like you're getting the kind of sound you want with your choir, these ideas will maximize your input, reject unwanted noise and maximize your gain before feedback.

I Can’t Hear Anything!
By Duke DeJong · October 24, 2016 • Problems with hearing the mix at concerts often are tied to what many churches experience: lousy monitors.

Versatile Set Design: Focus on the Big Picture
By Duke DeJong · October 7, 2016 • When looking how to proceed on a new design, look to a concept that someone else has used and adapt it in some way to match your venue and congregation.

5 Reasons to Switch Over to LED Lighting
By Duke DeJong · September 28, 2016 • Now might be the time to make the move to LED lights, as you can generally do more with less compared to their incandescent counterparts.

To Do the Job Well, The Right Stuff Is Necessary
By Duke DeJong · September 19, 2016 • Avoid the wrong tools for the job, because your efforts can otherwise prove futile.

Harness the Power of Color for Your Stage Lighting!
By Duke DeJong · September 9, 2016 • As stage lighting and video equipment continue to get more cost effective, we have more accessible tools than ever to help us.

 Author Search: Duke DeJong

Keys to Reaching People With IMAG: Engage Your Audience
By Duke DeJong · April 17, 2018 • For video to be an effective, natural part of the experience you’re creating for your audience, you must find the delicate balance of placing them where they can effectively support what is happening in your service.

7 Tips for Creating An Engaging Worship Space
By Duke DeJong · January 2, 2018 • People expect some thought, character, and multimedia to show up in worship spaces today, but that doesn't need to add up to just spending lots of money as a solution.

Which Light Is Which? Begin With the Basics
By Duke DeJong · August 11, 2017 • In the world of lighting, half of the game is learning the vocabulary and knowing which type of light does what. Here's a look at some of the essential basics behind various types of lights.

Keys to Equipping Volunteers Each Weekend
By Duke DeJong · May 31, 2017 • If you’re struggling to get volunteers engaged in what you’re doing, take a step back and look hard at whether you can make serving easier for people who might show an interest.

5 Reasons To Consider Upgrading to Laser Projectors
By Duke DeJong · February 6, 2017 • In a production environment, sealed optics that laser projectors provide, create better images over longer periods of time.

The State of Mixing Monitors
By Duke DeJong · December 21, 2016 • Over the last 15 years there have been tremendous advances in mixing monitor technology, helping us expand the way we can go about doing it.

Lighting For Video – 3 Keys for Getting Great Video
By Duke DeJong · November 28, 2016 • Unfortunately, most video creators and video directors show they still have a lot to learn on good lighting and audio techniques.

Do You Have An Engaging Worship Mix?
By Duke DeJong · November 8, 2016 • My sound system philosophy is simple, put sound where people are and keep it away from where they aren't.

True Confessions of a Technical Artist
By Duke DeJong · October 31, 2016 • Despite the tendency to fall into gear biases, it's best to be open to new possibilities, as a manufacturer may surprise you.

5 Tips To Solid Choir Sound
By Duke DeJong · October 27, 2016 • If you don't feel like you're getting the kind of sound you want with your choir, these ideas will maximize your input, reject unwanted noise and maximize your gain before feedback.

I Can’t Hear Anything!
By Duke DeJong · October 24, 2016 • Problems with hearing the mix at concerts often are tied to what many churches experience: lousy monitors.

Versatile Set Design: Focus on the Big Picture
By Duke DeJong · October 7, 2016 • When looking how to proceed on a new design, look to a concept that someone else has used and adapt it in some way to match your venue and congregation.

5 Reasons to Switch Over to LED Lighting
By Duke DeJong · September 28, 2016 • Now might be the time to make the move to LED lights, as you can generally do more with less compared to their incandescent counterparts.

To Do the Job Well, The Right Stuff Is Necessary
By Duke DeJong · September 19, 2016 • Avoid the wrong tools for the job, because your efforts can otherwise prove futile.

Harness the Power of Color for Your Stage Lighting!
By Duke DeJong · September 9, 2016 • As stage lighting and video equipment continue to get more cost effective, we have more accessible tools than ever to help us.

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Worship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
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