Why Choosing Laser Projection For Church Makes Sense
By TD Staff · August 15, 2016 • With projection being a staple of today's worship experience, Worship Facilities and Worship Tech Director outline the facts on why laser projection might be just what your church needs.
Great Fixtures To Make Your Lighting More Dynamic
By Duke DeJong · August 15, 2016 • When used well, color in lighting is an extremely effective way to convey mood and emotion.
LED Lighting Fixtures: How to Choose the Right One
By Michael Scott · August 12, 2016 • Most often in life, the old adage of 'you get what you pay for' plays out. The same can be said of lighting fixtures.
Worship Facilities Magazine, July-August 2016
By TD Staff · August 12, 2016 • The July-August issue of Worship Facilities Magazine, with articles pertaining to facilities management and a profile on a church that transitioned to a significant cost-saver of LED lights.
Worship Facilities Magazine, June 2016
By TD Staff · August 12, 2016 • The June issue of Worship Facilities Magazine, with articles pertaining to facilities management and a review of a survey about technical directors.
Five Levels Of Personal Monitoring Systems
By Chris Huff · August 11, 2016 • Systems come in all shapes, sizes and price ranges. So how do we decide which is best?
Filmmaking for the Church
By Daniel Beard · August 11, 2016 • Camera and lighting are important aspects of filmmaking, but even more important is the audio.
For Dual-Ear Mics, These 9 Are Quality Choices
By Andres Caamano · August 10, 2016 • Models offer the benefits of a hands-free microphone, with the added benefit of the microphone being secured on both ears.
In‑Ear Monitors: Hear The Music
By TD Staff · August 10, 2016 • In the interest of having your talent receiving an optimal mix, in-ears often go a long way toward accomplishing that task.
Tips for the Novice Filmmaker
By Jennifer Johnson · August 9, 2016 • Filmmaking gives you a chance to involve members of your congregation in what you are actively doing to support the ministry of the church.
Making Your Light Board More Volunteer Friendly
By Tim Ottley · August 9, 2016 • Taking some time to learn about your console from others is a valuable way to communicate about your console to others.
Have You Submitted for the 2016 Solomon & New Product Awards?
By Andres Caamano · August 8, 2016 • If your company has developed a new product for the worship market or if you've completed a project for the worship market, submit now for best pricing.
Why You Need to Use Video at Your Church
By Brent Mann · August 8, 2016 • Many times, churches miss out on the opportunity to inspire, encourage, and motivate people. Videos offer such an opportunity.
Telling the Greatest Story Ever Told: As Filmmakers, We Must Own It
By Eric Bramlett · August 5, 2016 • As a filmmaker, we prepare our work on laptops and hard drives to where it eventually makes its way to the screens in our worship services.
IMAG a Powerful Tool For Your Worship Environment
By Luke McElroy · August 4, 2016 • As a creative tool of artistic expression, when overused, it can result in detrimental effects in communicating with the congregation as a whole.