Sound System Design: Determine Right Type of Speaker for Space
By Mike Anderson · December 11, 2017 • The normal logic is that what they are looking to replace is old, and it needs to be upgraded, to where the new system will sound great and make everything better.
Sound Reinforcement Systems: ‘The Best Sound Comes From One Source’
By Brian Poole · December 11, 2017 • Are we looking for a loud system that has measurably similar low-end coverage in every seat? Or are we looking for the utmost intelligibility and the tightest low-end?
Ashly Amps Offer Complete System Refresh At CrossRoad Baptist
By TD Staff · December 8, 2017 • The church's new Dante-connected digital system relies on a bank of high-value, high-reliability Ashly Audio nX-Series multi-channel amplifiers with optional Dante I/O.
Volunteers and Audio: Working With Digital Consoles, Virtual Soundcheck
By Debbie Keough · December 7, 2017 • One of the best gifts of the digital age is many of today’s digital audio consoles have a process for multitrack recording the band from stage, and recording it to a local computer.
Sound Reinforcement Systems: Research Key to Matching Needs to Space
By David Bonilla · December 4, 2017 • For churches, a problem often can arise from the thought that in areas where there are dead spots, to "just put some speakers in this spot to fill in the lack of volume."
When Things Go Wrong: Correcting For Flaws in Your PA
By Adrian Gates · November 30, 2017 • How do you respond, though, when the trusted advice of an expert causes more trouble than it solves? Or when some small changes have unexpected consequences?
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.
For Sound Systems, Don’t Design Solely On Popular Trends
By Tom Noble · November 28, 2017 • Doing the math, though, does not guarantee that the system will be great. The models and math are only as good as the information provided.
Second Day at LDI Features Exhibit Floor Opening, Solid Sessions
By Andres Caamano · November 20, 2017 • For the thousands of attendees at LDI, the varied selection of sessions, the opening of the exhibit floor and special events such as the LDI: Live Outside Concert offered plenty of choices on Friday.
A Quick Rundown Of Day One At LDI
By Andres Caamano · November 17, 2017 • Spending a few hours on the exhibit hall floor while it was being set up on Thursday, along with sitting in on a series of sessions took up much of the first day at the Las Vegas Convention Center Thursday.
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.
Lawo Launches Online Academy for mc² Console Trainings
By TD Staff · November 14, 2017 • The 3-4 hour course is focused on how to operate a Lawo mc²56 console, and is comprised of six chapters, with participants eligible to earn a certificate after passing an exam.
Upgrade Planning: Make the Right Choice for the Greatest Impact for the Gospel
By Marcus Hammond · November 10, 2017 • Gear will fail at some point, and churches constantly face the scenario of having to decide between repair versus replace.
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.
Declare War on Your Church: Planning Upgrades with an Open Mind
By Adrian Gates · November 2, 2017 • The sort of passion and free-thinking determination that resulted in maintaining a webcast in-house were contributing factors to why our church has experienced significant growth in recent years.
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.