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Audio Production: The Boy, The Bed and The Band
By Grant Norsworthy · May 17, 2018 • The applications for the bouncing-toddler illustration have grown exponentially in recent years, into a way of thinking about music in general; giving a clear goal to work toward when crafting a band’s sonic quality.

The Role of the Audio Director: Engine Oil & Better Communication
By Grant Norsworthy · March 15, 2018 • If not ignored, in some cases, church techs can feel that they are deemed a "necessary evil," who are present only to give those on the platform what they want.

For Your Praise Band, Are In-Ear Monitors Really The Right Solution?
By Grant Norsworthy · January 4, 2018 • Even at some churches, the "Everything louder than everything else!" demand is a challenge that rises from "monitor wars."

Leadership: Is ‘Near Enough’ the Best We Can Be?
By Grant Norsworthy · December 15, 2017 • If you want your team members to bring their "A game" every time, the leadership style of the team leader plays an enormously influential role.

Spiritual Health: Re-Set the Rudder That Steers the Ship
By Grant Norsworthy · November 21, 2017 • We want the people involved in leading the congregation to worship God through songs to deeply and clearly know that the true worship of God goes beyond our songs and our services.

Better Band Preparation: Defining Sound Check, Rehearsal
By Grant Norsworthy · September 15, 2017 • There are some simple changes you can make that will bring dramatic gains to the efficiency and effectiveness of your available preparation time.

Team Development: Focus On the ‘Why,’ ‘For Whom’ When Singing
By Grant Norsworthy · July 7, 2017 • There’s something about music and singing a well-written, well-crafted song with some passion, volume and even some abandon that goes beyond us.

Sound System Engineering: Monitors Still Need the Audio Tech
By Grant Norsworthy · April 28, 2017 • The obvious, open warfare of speaker wedge volume has shifted to be guerrilla warfare, and the audio engineer still has an imperative role to play.

Volunteer Recruitment: Where to Look For Audio Engineers?
By Grant Norsworthy · March 17, 2017 • Searching for a volunteer audio tech? The drummer might be your best choice!

Monitoring: In Ears vs. Wedges (Part 2)
By Grant Norsworthy · December 20, 2016 • A discussion comparing open speaker monitor systems with in-ear monitor systems.

Monitoring: In Ears vs. Wedges (Part 1)
By Grant Norsworthy · December 19, 2016 • It’s true that open speaker monitor systems — when used poorly — create huge sonic problems, especially in a church service setting.

Good Loud and Bad Loud
By Grant Norsworthy · November 10, 2016 • While I sometimes like loud music – louder and probably more often than most people – I never like loud music that’s harsh on my ears.

As an Audio Tech, Aim to Craft a Sound To Engage a Congregation
By Grant Norsworthy · October 4, 2016 • Grant Norsworthy speaks with sound engineer David Lim about communication between musicians and the sound technician.

 Author Search: Grant Norsworthy

Audio Production: The Boy, The Bed and The Band
By Grant Norsworthy · May 17, 2018 • The applications for the bouncing-toddler illustration have grown exponentially in recent years, into a way of thinking about music in general; giving a clear goal to work toward when crafting a band’s sonic quality.

The Role of the Audio Director: Engine Oil & Better Communication
By Grant Norsworthy · March 15, 2018 • If not ignored, in some cases, church techs can feel that they are deemed a "necessary evil," who are present only to give those on the platform what they want.

For Your Praise Band, Are In-Ear Monitors Really The Right Solution?
By Grant Norsworthy · January 4, 2018 • Even at some churches, the "Everything louder than everything else!" demand is a challenge that rises from "monitor wars."

Leadership: Is ‘Near Enough’ the Best We Can Be?
By Grant Norsworthy · December 15, 2017 • If you want your team members to bring their "A game" every time, the leadership style of the team leader plays an enormously influential role.

Spiritual Health: Re-Set the Rudder That Steers the Ship
By Grant Norsworthy · November 21, 2017 • We want the people involved in leading the congregation to worship God through songs to deeply and clearly know that the true worship of God goes beyond our songs and our services.

Better Band Preparation: Defining Sound Check, Rehearsal
By Grant Norsworthy · September 15, 2017 • There are some simple changes you can make that will bring dramatic gains to the efficiency and effectiveness of your available preparation time.

Team Development: Focus On the ‘Why,’ ‘For Whom’ When Singing
By Grant Norsworthy · July 7, 2017 • There’s something about music and singing a well-written, well-crafted song with some passion, volume and even some abandon that goes beyond us.

Sound System Engineering: Monitors Still Need the Audio Tech
By Grant Norsworthy · April 28, 2017 • The obvious, open warfare of speaker wedge volume has shifted to be guerrilla warfare, and the audio engineer still has an imperative role to play.

Volunteer Recruitment: Where to Look For Audio Engineers?
By Grant Norsworthy · March 17, 2017 • Searching for a volunteer audio tech? The drummer might be your best choice!

Monitoring: In Ears vs. Wedges (Part 2)
By Grant Norsworthy · December 20, 2016 • A discussion comparing open speaker monitor systems with in-ear monitor systems.

Monitoring: In Ears vs. Wedges (Part 1)
By Grant Norsworthy · December 19, 2016 • It’s true that open speaker monitor systems — when used poorly — create huge sonic problems, especially in a church service setting.

Good Loud and Bad Loud
By Grant Norsworthy · November 10, 2016 • While I sometimes like loud music – louder and probably more often than most people – I never like loud music that’s harsh on my ears.

As an Audio Tech, Aim to Craft a Sound To Engage a Congregation
By Grant Norsworthy · October 4, 2016 • Grant Norsworthy speaks with sound engineer David Lim about communication between musicians and the sound technician.

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