Audio

Spotting the More Common Issues You Will Face During Your A/V Project
By Lisa Nadile · January 16, 2012 • Leading A/V experts have run into a host of difficulties in their experience on the job. Some where a consultant can help, others where they wouldn’t. Here, they discuss some of the most important pain points they’ve run into that you should avoid.

Cutting Audio Distractions in Church
By TD Staff · January 5, 2012 • A checklist for evaluating potential audio distractions inside a house of worship

Is This the End of Analog Mixers?
By Jeffrey L. Miranda · December 28, 2011 • Whether the demise of analog is around the corner has been a hot topic. Digital technologies have certainly affected professional audio, but I want to delve into both sides of the topic and take a closer look at analog. For. . .

Isolating Subwoofers in Church
By Jeff Lange · December 28, 2011 • A look at the subwoofer platform installed in an auditorium featuring a 12-foot ceiling.

Digital Signage for House of Worship Facilities: What You Need to Know
By TD Staff · December 14, 2011 • Adding digital signage to augment or replace one or more print communications could save your house of worship facility money. Get started calculating the ROI.

ROI on Control and Automation for House of Worship Facilities
By TD Staff · December 14, 2011 • Did you know that by implementing a control and automation system in your house of worship facility you could save upwards of 50 percent off your energy bill? This white paper download will help you get started calculating the return on investment.

Nonprofits to Get a 45% Break from Panasonic System Networks Company
By Lisa Nadile · December 14, 2011 • Selected small business telephone systems now discounted by Panasonic for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.

7 Awesome Church Audio Systems
By TD Staff · December 12, 2011 • 7 sound upgrades serve as audio inspiration for any house of worship.

Loudspeaker Placement and Design in Churches
By Chuck W Walthall · December 9, 2011 • As we say in the South, “There are many ways to skin a opossum.” Such is the loudspeaker design process: each designer has his own way. Some processes are very simple and some are extremely scientific. The following article outlines some of the most fundamental elements that all loudspeaker design processes must take into consideration. We will forgo discussing the types of loudspeakers, (two-way, three-way, subwoofers, etc.), and focus on the fundamental purpose of loudspeaker systems, define basic design criteria, and outline design configurations.

Multi-tracking Live: Making the Right Choice for Your Church
By Bruce Borgerson · December 6, 2011 • Here's a survey of a wide range of multi-tracking recording systems to help you make the right choice. There are many advantages of multi-tracking: Whether for Sunday services or for special events like concerts, Christmas programs, music workshops, or even weddings.
 You can improve your mix for CD/DVD or archived webcast distribution. When mixing live you must compensate for the acoustics of the room you're in. The best balance in your church auditorium may not sound the best on a home theater system or in iPod earbuds.

Yamaha Adds Audio to U-Shaped Sanctuary
By TD Staff · December 2, 2011 • With 60 percent of the main floor covered with balcony, Taylors First Baptist Church needed a solution to spread the sound around.

DIY Church Audio Gone Bad
By Curt Taipale · November 30, 2011 • A peek at why churchgoers shouldn't try to install sound systems.

Microphone and Wireless Systems Rebates
By TD Staff · November 27, 2011 • Audio-Technica, Sennheiser and Shure are offering rebates on wireless systems just in time for Christmas and Easter church productions.

Church Overcomes Curved Walls
By TD Staff · November 1, 2011 • Deeply curved wall behind stage of Faith Evangelical Free Church dampened sound of low-quality PA system.

6 Factors Hurting Church Audio
By Chris Huff · September 30, 2011 • It doesn't always sound like angels singing in a church. Here are things hurting church sound.

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Worship Facilities Magazine, November-December 2017
The November-December 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a review of the 49 New Product Award entries this year, as well as those entries up for Solomon Awards in 2017.


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