Digital Audio Workstations and The Options That Exist
By Daniel Beard · January 29, 2018 • After spending the time to determine which digital audio workstation is the right fit for you, don't forget to review the countless plugins that you can use to manipulate the audio through EQ, compression, saturation, reverb, delay, etc.
Volunteers and Consoles: Learning Should Never Be Rushed
By Tony Staires · July 26, 2017 • By beginning your audio training at the stage, your volunteers will not only start to learn the equipment, but they will pick up on vital production lingo.
Millennial Mixing: A NextGen Approach to Consoles, People
By Gregory Kayne · July 12, 2017 • In the end, there is no substitute for research, hard work and implementation when it comes to choosing the right consoles.
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.
Finding Your Next Audio Mixing Console: Keep Your Budget In Mind
By TD Staff · February 1, 2017 • Console brands worth investigating include DiGiCo, Yamaha, Studer, Behringer, Soundcraft, Mackie and Allen & Heath.
Using Personal Mixers: The Basics
By Van Metschke and Mike Sessler · November 16, 2016 • The user base for personal mixers have grown as the number of manufacturers have increased dramatically in recent years.
Choosing the Right Audio Console
By Tony Staires · January 28, 2016 • Granger Community Church's production audio coordinator discusses how an audio console plays a major role in what you do on the weekends, so making a change shouldn’t be taken lightly.
HDMI & HDBaseT: An Analog Sunset Retrospective for Houses of Worship
By Wally Whinna · August 6, 2013 • HDMI and HDBaseT are technology solutions that strive to make church A/V installations easier. Yet each solution has it quirks and pitfalls. Which is best and when?
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.