The Value Behind Sound Check and Rehearsals
By Kirk Denson · October 19, 2016 • Music and arts ministries, and the tech crews that serve their needs, must work together to determine ‘the signature sound’ of their ministry.
Creating Better Connecting To Christ Moments in Worship
By Keri Rafter · October 17, 2016 • Addressing the needs of your congregation moment by moment, for the purpose of speaking to their hearts and minds is now more important than ever.
The Necessity to Rehearse
By Nathan Williams · October 14, 2016 • By helping to smooth out any potential herky-jerky transitions to reaching a desired time, rehearsals serve a valued purpose.
Differences Between Rehearsals, Run Throughs
By Mike Paschal · October 13, 2016 • If a run through is done well, it can make for a great day when wanting to have an event or service avoid the possible hiccups.
Your Church Services: To Stream Or Not To Stream?
By Mike Sessler · October 12, 2016 • Placing a value on doing things "because we can," rather than because it's effective or advances the mission of your church would be a misguided course of action.
Live Streaming: Equipment Options To Make It Happen
By Brent Mann · October 11, 2016 • Keep in mind that streaming live is a time consuming task as well as expensive, once you account for equipment and service costs.
Wireless Handheld Mics: 11 Systems Worth A Review
By Andres Caamano · October 11, 2016 • With models ranging from those offered by the likes of Gemini and Galaxy Audio to Sennheiser and Shure, quality wireless mic options exist.
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.
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.
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.
Survey: The State of the Church Tech Director
By TD Staff · September 23, 2016 • Download and review this in-depth report that profiles and measures the current role of more than 400 church tech and creative directors from churches across the country.
Filmmaking, Small Church Workshops Offer Some Tech Insights
By Andres Caamano · September 21, 2016 • Preconference sessions at WFX in Louisville discuss value behind practice to get best use of technology.
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.