Chroma-Q Rolls Out Inspire XT
By TD Staff · August 4, 2017 • The Inspire XT uses Chroma-Q's advanced homogenized optics, allowing for a single output beam that is clean, pure and uniform.
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."
Worship Facilities Magazine, July-August 2017
By TD Staff · August 3, 2017 • The July-August 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Texas church and Colorado church, with regard to recent work completed at each facility.
Subwoofers: Pay Attention To Coverage, Feasibility, Sound Quality
By Sebashtian Warrick · August 3, 2017 • While the selection process is very subjective, listening to different subwoofer models in your worship space will go a long way toward determining the right fit.
Team Development: Continue to Develop Your Craft, Focus on What’s Important
By Nathan VonMinden · August 2, 2017 • When seeking for ways to help grow your team, be aware of certain "what not to do" pitfalls, beginning with expecting your team members to work on improving in their craft on their own.
What is All the Fuss about LED Walls?
By Stefan Svard · August 1, 2017 • One valuable benefit for LED screens is that they offer a much higher visible contrast ratio, versus projecting onto a white screen, as is done with projection.
WFX Conference, Integrity Partner to Create Inspiring WeAreWorship Conference
By TD Staff · August 1, 2017 • The WeAreWorship Conference, slated for October in Dallas, will feature in-depth worship team training taught by Integrity Music artists, songwriters and musicians.
Elation Hybrid IP65 Moving Head Engineered to Empower Creativity
By TD Staff · July 31, 2017 • Multi-functional IP-rated arc source fixture Proteus™ series hits the market; offers spot, beam and wash modes.
Video Production: Six Tips To Creating High-Quality Mobile Videos
By Todd Heft · July 28, 2017 • Your mobile-produced video may not have all the enhancements that you typically do in a video, but the content and overall quality of the images and videos in the clip should be high. This is a reflection of your church.
Church Communications: How Big is Your God?
By Ralph Hicks · July 27, 2017 • With all of the social media tools that exist these days, those of us working in churches are able to meet people in their element: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Preaching with Zika?: Self-Care Learned the Hard Way
By Greg Stovell · July 27, 2017 • Over and over in Scripture, we find examples of women and men called by God to step up to the plate in the face of difficult circumstances making Zika-like symptoms look like a walk in the park.
Volunteers and Consoles: Learning Should Never Be Rushed
By Tony Staires · July 26, 2017 • By beginning your audio training at the stage, your volunteers will not only start to learn the equipment, but they will pick up on vital production lingo.
For Lawo, First Console Install in a Church a Rousing Success
By Andres Caamano · July 25, 2017 • Since Granger Community Church in Indiana installed two consoles prior to Christmas, a 'partnership' has blossomed.
Team Development: Dreamers, Thinkers Need Each Other
By Eric Bramlett · July 24, 2017 • The creative team needs time, energy and attention paid to both dreamers and thinkers, whereby projects often end up not having enough time devoted to both sides, and conflict that could be avoided arises.
Video Production: Encourage Communication As a Team
By Jim Sippel · July 24, 2017 • It’s good for a team to know what their roles are on the project, and what the specific expectations are within each role, especially when your crew is small.