Most Interesting Worship Tech Director Articles for 2016, Part 2
Take a moment to review a few of the best articles among those submitted by more than 40 writers this year, in the view of Site Editor Andres Caamano.
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After hundreds of contributions by more than 40 writers to the Worship Tech Director website in the past year, as Site Editor for the site, I wanted to recognize some of the best written and intriguing pieces that have been posted to the site since mid-January, around when the site was relaunched.
Having last week highlighted five of the top performing articles over the year, including Harness the Power of Color for Your Stage Lighting!, by Duke DeJong, I also wanted to point out five extremely well written pieces worthy of another read, or for those who might have missed them the first time, an opportunity to read them now.
Yesterday, I pointed out a piece by Debbie Keough, the former tech director at Coast Hills Community Church in Aliso Viejo, Calif., which was posted to the site on July 15. One week later, the Production Audio Coordinator for Granger Community Church in Granger, Ind., Tony Staires, wrote a piece, Practical Tips To Help Select The Best Microphone.
I found the piece offering a number of tidbits that one could find very helpful when in the market for a new microphone for your church, particularly in recognizing the value behind doing research first, and holding to a budget as well..
Other articles that will be highlighted later in the week will be pieces that were written by Nathan VonMinden, Worship and Creative Arts Pastor at Grace Point Church; Eric Bramlett, Creative Arts Director at Community Christian Church; and Brad Duryea, Director of Audio Technologies at Lakewood Church.
For those who haven’t yet had an opportunity to read “Practical Tips To Help Select The Best Microphone” take the time to read the article here:
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