Role of an Audio Director: Open Lines of Communication Key
By Ralph Hicks · March 14, 2018 • Time is precious, which is why you asked others to do that job in the first place. The best way to empowerment is training and coaching.
Role of An Audio Director: Team Building
By David Bonilla · March 13, 2018 • The aspect of training is a vital part to the role of an audio director, in their never-ending effort toward building a team, where you take the time to invest in each of your team members.
Streaming: Take the Time to Test To Learn What Works
By Tim Dougherty · March 13, 2018 • Resources in the video production and streaming industry are endless, with no limit to what you can accomplish using multi-camera systems, studio lighting rigs, high-end encoding devices, multi-staff teams, etc.
Role of an Audio Director: Finding a Consistent Weekly Mix
By Mike Anderson · March 9, 2018 • In this role, I would be part music producer and help guide their mix until it was in the ballpark, while teaching and explaining the what and why behind it, as we went.
Online Church: Overcoming the Fear of Technology
By Keri Rafter · March 7, 2018 • Church at its best is when it captures powerful storytelling, engaging people and moving them by what is said, to join us in other spaces for chat, prayer, and deeper discussion.
Role of an Audio Director: Aim for Best Sound, Learn How to Empower Others
By Sebashtian Warrick · March 6, 2018 • In such a role, you should be checking on all your inputs and outputs, to make sure you are getting the absolute best sound that you possibly can. If you need to change the heads on your drum set, then do so.
Role of an Audio Director: Setting Standards, Supervising, Communicating
By Brad Duryea · March 2, 2018 • Good relationships between the worship team and the audio team are so very important, and they smooth the way to achieving a great worship service.
Role of an Audio Director: Start by Being Prepared, Ready, Friendly
By Van Metschke · March 1, 2018 • If you are a leader, you will have to interact with the people – no matter your gifting or personality. Remember, those on stage are putting their lives in your hands.
Role of an Audio Director: Plan Both to Succeed and Fail
By Debbie Keough · March 1, 2018 • It may seem obvious to anyone that works in production that planning well out in advance is crucial. However, the hardest thing to plan for could just be winging it.
Service Planning: Connecting the Birth and Resurrection
By Michael Edgar Myers · February 28, 2018 • By listening to critics with grace, we allowed musicians and congregants to rethink some positions, thus fostering healthier relationships.
Easter Production: Dream, Then Find Solutions to Limitations
By Steven Hall · February 27, 2018 • Trim away what you can related to your production plans, while not getting away from the core concept. You want to keep the essence of your plan, but don’t be tied to the execution.
Spiritual Health: Challenges In Transitioning Between Churches, Roles
By Stephen Brewster · February 27, 2018 • As you become more aware of the fact that transitions are happening around you, there are a few things that can help you manage and lead through these moments.
Team Work: A Look Back at 8 Articles Diving Deep Into the Topic
By Tim Ottley · February 26, 2018 • By taking the time to read the following eight articles you will likely find that they will keep you working and building your team for years to come.
Service Planning: Jesus Was Born to Die! April Fool!
By Michael Edgar Myers · February 23, 2018 • Author’s Confession: This is a dangerous article. A weird, out-of-the-box piece that might have you ask, "What’s he on?"
Used Lighting: Account for Mix of Pros, Cons When Deciding To Buy New, Used
By Kevin Penrod · February 22, 2018 • Few churches are set up to buy everything at that new price tag, but we all have a desire to do what is best for our church, to where used gear becomes a consideration to get the best value.
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.