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Amplifiers: To Meet Needs, Learn About Linearity, Gain
By Kirk Denson · November 8, 2017 • Designed to inherently work better at some frequencies than others, there is no power amplifier that is perfect for every application.

Sound Check and Rehearsals: How to Prepare Best For Worship Services
By Kirk Denson · September 1, 2017 • The best approach to begin the sound check is to have the band play through an entire song, with all musicians playing at "performance levels."

Subwoofers: Configuration Options Matter for Your Worship Space
By Kirk Denson · July 5, 2017 • A small- to mid-sized church may need to implement anywhere between two to four subs, and a mid-sized to larger church may require between four to eight subwoofers.

Audio Mixing Consoles: Best to Plan for Future Growth
By Kirk Denson · March 15, 2017 • If you’re committed to your audio team, their view of digital audio mixing consoles should be considered before investing in that technology.

A Tech Team’s Work Behind Seeking Millennials
By Kirk Denson · January 4, 2017 • Having diverse technology in disciplines such as audio, video or lighting is great, but even better for the millennial is to see a worship environment that culturally resembles the body of Christ.

The Value Behind Sound Check and Rehearsals
By Kirk Denson · October 19, 2016 • Music and arts ministries, and the tech crews that serve their needs, must work together to determine ‘the signature sound’ of their ministry.

Basic Considerations for LED Lighting Fixtures
By Kirk Denson · August 24, 2016 • Benefits include LED fixtures being more efficient and being safer to handle.

When Deciding On A Lighting Console, What Must One Consider?
By Kirk Denson · July 7, 2016 • Account for the capabilities of your worship facility's lighting staff and the commitment to train them in operating a new console.

What is the Role of A Video Director in A Worship Setting?
By Kirk Denson · May 11, 2016 • Directing a crew to project an image with deference to both the congregation and also remote, broadcast locations is key to the position.

Kirk Denson: Do the Lighting Cues Enhance the Ministry Message, or is it a Distraction?
By Kirk Denson · March 23, 2016 • A discussion on LED fixtures, house lighting, theatrical lighting, hazers, colors, and the operator or lighting designer.

Best Practices for Equipment Use: EQ and Compression
By Kirk Denson · January 27, 2016 • A competent audio technician or engineer must have a firm understanding of how Equalization and Compression affect the audio signal and how to manipulate both.

 Author Search: Kirk Denson

Amplifiers: To Meet Needs, Learn About Linearity, Gain
By Kirk Denson · November 8, 2017 • Designed to inherently work better at some frequencies than others, there is no power amplifier that is perfect for every application.

Sound Check and Rehearsals: How to Prepare Best For Worship Services
By Kirk Denson · September 1, 2017 • The best approach to begin the sound check is to have the band play through an entire song, with all musicians playing at "performance levels."

Subwoofers: Configuration Options Matter for Your Worship Space
By Kirk Denson · July 5, 2017 • A small- to mid-sized church may need to implement anywhere between two to four subs, and a mid-sized to larger church may require between four to eight subwoofers.

Audio Mixing Consoles: Best to Plan for Future Growth
By Kirk Denson · March 15, 2017 • If you’re committed to your audio team, their view of digital audio mixing consoles should be considered before investing in that technology.

A Tech Team’s Work Behind Seeking Millennials
By Kirk Denson · January 4, 2017 • Having diverse technology in disciplines such as audio, video or lighting is great, but even better for the millennial is to see a worship environment that culturally resembles the body of Christ.

The Value Behind Sound Check and Rehearsals
By Kirk Denson · October 19, 2016 • Music and arts ministries, and the tech crews that serve their needs, must work together to determine ‘the signature sound’ of their ministry.

Basic Considerations for LED Lighting Fixtures
By Kirk Denson · August 24, 2016 • Benefits include LED fixtures being more efficient and being safer to handle.

When Deciding On A Lighting Console, What Must One Consider?
By Kirk Denson · July 7, 2016 • Account for the capabilities of your worship facility's lighting staff and the commitment to train them in operating a new console.

What is the Role of A Video Director in A Worship Setting?
By Kirk Denson · May 11, 2016 • Directing a crew to project an image with deference to both the congregation and also remote, broadcast locations is key to the position.

Kirk Denson: Do the Lighting Cues Enhance the Ministry Message, or is it a Distraction?
By Kirk Denson · March 23, 2016 • A discussion on LED fixtures, house lighting, theatrical lighting, hazers, colors, and the operator or lighting designer.

Best Practices for Equipment Use: EQ and Compression
By Kirk Denson · January 27, 2016 • A competent audio technician or engineer must have a firm understanding of how Equalization and Compression affect the audio signal and how to manipulate both.

Latest Resource

Worship 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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