Sound Check and Rehearsals: Vital For Excellence in Worship Services
By Tony Staires · September 14, 2017 • Sometimes at Granger Community Church, reordering the service might be necessary, if it is seen that it will benefit the two services on Sunday.
Wired Microphones: Numerous Quality Options Worthy For Your Church
By Mike Anderson · September 13, 2017 • With the freedom of choice that using wired microphones does give you, it freely allows you to pick among the many microphone options to arrive at will sound best on each source.
Streaming Video Switchers a Solid Option for Many Churches
By Mark Hanna · September 11, 2017 • No matter how you do it, today there very few excuses for a church to not have streaming content in one form or fashion.
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.
Kansas Church Undergoes Remodel That Features Audio, Video, Lighting Upgrades
By Andres Caamano · September 7, 2017 • In addition to the speakers, projectors and LED houselights, work completed also involved putting in a video feed into the nursery and the cry room.
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.
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.
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."
Passive Stage Monitors: Flexibility With Amplification
By Andres Caamano · August 29, 2017 • Nine makers for passive models, ranging from Peavey, D.A.S. Audio, Yamaha, EAW, Yorkville, Electro-Voice, JBL, K-Array, and Turbosound offer quality monitors ideal for a worship space.
Remember, Practice for Church Makes Permanent
By Curt Taipale · August 25, 2017 • The most effective thing any church sound mixer can do to improve their contribution to the worship service, is to practice with the worship team regularly.
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.
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.
Church Achieves ‘Beauty for Ashes’ With Transformative AVL Install
By Andres Caamano · August 15, 2017 • Six-month project at Washington church comprised of Hitachi projectors, Chroma-Q houselights, CHAUVET Professional production lighting, L-Acoustics speakers, and a High End Systems HedgeHog 4 lighting console.
Cut Down On The Noise By Following the Motto: Simplify
By Gary Zandstra · August 4, 2017 • It's been said many times, but bears repeating: "Technology is best when it's transparent."
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.