Download: The Events Your Church Should Be Streaming
By TD Staff · October 6, 2016 • You’ve been live streaming Sunday services for a while now, and you’ve even improved the quality and professionalism of your broadcasts. Your crew has a handle on the basics of sound and lighting and your audience is grateful for the new access. But why stop there? While Sunday services typically are the most popular events that are streamed by churches, there are many other ceremonies and events hosted by the church that people would love to watch if they were available.

The Importance of Practice
By Marcus Hammond · October 6, 2016 • It’s incredible how many churches have weekly services and 'wing it.' Some are even proud of it.

Check 1,2…Check 1,2
By Daniel Beard · October 5, 2016 • The soundcheck/rehearsal time is to make sure the mix is right for the service, that all the singers can hear themselves on the monitors, and to check the mix for our live stream.

Prepare for Success: Sound Check and Rehearsal Best Practices
By Lee Varian · October 5, 2016 • Rehearsals provide an opportunity to work on timing of various elements (especially transitions), worship leader rotations, coordination of stage moves, among others.

Finding the Right Digital Display Technology for a House of Worship
By Ben Hardy and Rich McPherson · October 4, 2016 • Display technologies can drive greater engagement and participation levels for houses of worship, but there are a number of factors to consider before deciding on the best option.

As an Audio Tech, Aim to Craft a Sound To Engage a Congregation
By Grant Norsworthy · October 4, 2016 • Grant Norsworthy speaks with sound engineer David Lim about communication between musicians and the sound technician.

Lights That Move? Inconceivable!
By Charlie Pike · October 3, 2016 • LEDs have come a seriously long way since the technology first began being used within the entertainment industry.

2016 Solomon & New Product Award Winners To Be Named Nov. 1
By Andres Caamano · October 3, 2016 • In a couple of weeks, see which companies have developed new products and projects of note for the worship market.

4 Things to Remember When Filming A Testimony Video
By Eric Bramlett · September 30, 2016 • From writing out their testimony to planning to have the interview process last for 45 minutes for a four-minute video, these are a few tips to keep in mind.

Affordable Portable Video: Within Reach
By TD Staff · September 29, 2016 • Even with 4k and 8k now on the market, HD-SDI (720p or 1080p) is the most cost effective option for an affordable portable video system.

Delegate, Plan and Empower In Lead-Up to Christmas
By Justin Firesheets · September 29, 2016 • A challenge is how to not only properly plan for the Christmas season, but how to also ensure that the near-term items on our plate get the appropriate attention.

In Quick Order, WFX Worship Offers Intimate Environment
By Andres Caamano · September 29, 2016 • Room was set up over the span of two 12-hour sessions for 1,100 worshippers for each session.

5 Reasons to Switch Over to LED Lighting
By Duke DeJong · September 28, 2016 • Now might be the time to make the move to LED lights, as you can generally do more with less compared to their incandescent counterparts.

With Set Design, Work to Instill the Church’s Message
By Steven Hall · September 27, 2016 • See through your congregation's eyes when deciding on what set designs will work best in your church's worship space.

Major Audio Upgrade in Va. Church Features Tectonic PL-12 Speakers
By Andres Caamano · September 26, 2016 • New sound in worship space stands out for offering 'greater clarity and evenness.'

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