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.
What To Account For When Building A Church’s Sound System From The Ground Up
By Ralph Hicks · November 16, 2017 • When purchasing equipment, look toward the future, and always build a system that you could grow into, and look to have it last for up to a 10-year lifespan.
Clarity In the Mix: Improving Communication at Sound Check
By Adrian Gates · September 7, 2017 • The sound staff needs to put customer service first, but as a musician, don’t assume that the engineer knows exactly what it sounds like in your head. It can take a little work figuring it out the first time or two.
Microphone Techniques To Get Great Electric Guitar Sound
By Barry Rudolph · September 4, 2017 • A good guitar sound starts with a good player with the right amp and guitar all working together. It’s unrealistic to rely on an engineer to make poor gear sound wonderful in the control room.
Point Source Audio Shipping New Dual Element Mics with Built-in Backup
By TD Staff · August 22, 2017 • Broadcast and production teams can count on the new all-in-one microphone line to build redundancy.
Four Reasons Every New Sound Tech Should Begin On Stage
By Chris Huff · August 22, 2017 • Enhancing the understanding of key technical concepts is ideal for the new tech, as well as learning the importance of relationships.
Communicating the Gospel: Look for Moments to Educate
By Michael Edgar Myers · August 18, 2017 • It is essential to not give the impression that music and worship are synonymous. Music is an element. It’s equally essential for musical and technical presenters to work as partners.
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.
The Best Options for Miking the Worship Band
By Gabriel Antonini · June 21, 2017 • The acoustics of a space should be a main influence on your microphone choice. The reverberant properties of the venue provide insight into what microphone polar pattern should be used.
Second Day of InfoComm 2017 Offers an Array of Intriguing New Products
By Andres Caamano · June 14, 2017 • A mix of line arrays, column speakers, LED wall displays, projectors and microphones stood tall early among what was displayed on the InfoComm exhibit floor.
Earthworks Debuts CTF Tabletop Gooseneck Microphones Prior to InfoComm
By TD Staff · June 12, 2017 • The CTF microphones that will begin shipping in August feature a flat frequency response and near-perfect cardioid polar pattern, while delivering ultra-high speech intelligibility.
Beyerdynamic Launches TG 1000 Wireless System Network Connectivity with Dante
By TD Staff · June 8, 2017 • Lavalier, neck worn and ear hook microphones are available for use with the TG 1000 belt pack transmitter, and discerning instrumentalists appreciate the beyerdynamic Touring Gear instrument microphones.
At NAB, Microphones Equal Many Choices
By Andres Caamano · April 26, 2017 • On the second day at the conference in Las Vegas, a number of new products were highlighted by mic manufacturers, along with LED walls, audio consoles and lighting systems.
The Basics Behind Sound System Engineering
By Jeff Snyder · April 13, 2017 • There is a lot of science behind acoustics and many different ways to analyze and treat a room to decrease decay and increase the intelligibility of your audio signals.
On Cusp of Anniversary, Church Undergoes Extensive Renovation
By Andres Caamano · April 4, 2017 • Upgrades at New Hampshire church include adding Bose column speakers, Sennheiser microphones and LED lighting.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.