The Role of an Audio Director: Achieving Accurate Reproduction of Sound
By Gabriel Antonini · April 4, 2018 • Unfortunately, many churches don’t place appropriate emphasis on the Spoken word mic. In a perfect world, all of our microphones will be of a premium quality. But if you must choose, put the highest quality mic on the pastor.
Role of an Audio Director: Open Lines of Communication Key
By Ralph Hicks · March 14, 2018 • Time is precious, which is why you asked others to do that job in the first place. The best way to empowerment is training and coaching.
New Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Offers PM10 User Experience
By TD Staff · February 7, 2018 • With 120 input channels, 60 mix buses, 24 matrices, and a comprehensive selection of 48 top-quality plug-ins, the PM7 provides a mixing capacity comparable to the PM10.
How To Use An Audio Compressor In Your Church System, Part 1
By Wayne DuCharme · December 18, 2017 • The pro audio world uses compression more than any other form of signal processing, because it makes the music or message you are trying to convey easier to listen to, more consistent and improves intelligibility.
Sound Check and Rehearsals: Avoid Traps Involving Time, Laziness, Comfort
By Tom Noble · September 19, 2017 • Take the time to realize that maybe we need to have fresh eyes to look at our situation, or take some continuing education, or maybe even visit another church and talk with our brothers and sisters behind the mixer.
In-Ears Are A Big Investment, But A Worthy One
By Brian Wilson · November 21, 2016 • The quickest path to peace and harmony is to end the battle between the stage volume and the main mix.
Enhancing Personal Monitors for Happier Musicians
By Gary Zandstra · November 18, 2016 • Some of the newer personal monitor systems allow each musician to have available only the channels they want or need and in the order that they would like them.
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.