Microphones: Avoid Poor Placement, Seek Intelligibility
By Gabriel Antonini · November 29, 2017 • Your microphones need to possess the ability to portray sound in a linear fashion as our ear/brain relationship does. This will improve comprehension and intelligibility in harsh conditions.
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.
Wireless Microphone Systems: Look to Digital; Don’t Wait Until 2020
By David Leuschner · September 5, 2017 • Understanding the wireless spectrum will help you navigate where your new digital units will sit in the new wireless spectrum.
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."
FCC FAQ: Questions My Pastoral Staff Wants Answered
By Adrian Gates · August 17, 2017 • Even with the recent auction, there are a few options available, particularly taking advantage of wireless system replacement or exchange programs.
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.
Portable Sound Systems: Flexibility, Options Key To Right Setup
By TD Staff · June 5, 2017 • If we choose our portable systems wisely, we can turn these quick setups, that can sometimes be distracting, into an atmosphere that will engage the audience.
Earthworks Now Shipping CTB30 Boundary Microphone
By TD Staff · May 3, 2017 • Optimized for speech, the CTB30 features a flat frequency response from 60Hz to 30kHz and an incredibly fast diaphragm settling time.
The Beginner’s Guide to Sound System Engineering
By Ralph Hicks · April 20, 2017 • All you need to do is set up all of the instruments (a voice is an instrument) so that they sound the way that they should, and blend with the other instruments ... Easy … right?
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.
Broadcast Audio for Webcasting While Also Mixing FOH
By Debbie Keough · July 15, 2016 • A closer look at how to create a mix using matrixes and also how to fashion a mix through aux sends.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, November-December 2017
The November-December 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a review of the 49 New Product Award entries this year, as well as those entries up for Solomon Awards in 2017.