Tips & Advice
Duke DeJong: Don’t Be a Hero
By Duke DeJong · February 1, 2016 • Your church and the people you serve need you to pull off great things, but more importantly they need you and your leadership for the long haul.
Choosing the Right Audio Console
By Tony Staires · January 28, 2016 • Granger Community Church's production audio coordinator discusses how an audio console plays a major role in what you do on the weekends, so making a change shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Nathan Williams: Mixing For the Masses
By Nathan Williams · January 28, 2016 • The technical director at Victory World Church in Atlanta writes about the need to listen to various styles of music to help in mixing tracks that you may not normally listen to or mix for.
Best Practices for Equipment Use: EQ and Compression
By Kirk Denson · January 27, 2016 • A competent audio technician or engineer must have a firm understanding of how Equalization and Compression affect the audio signal and how to manipulate both.
Central Baptist Lights Way With Chauvet to Contemporary Worship Environment
By Andres Caamano · January 27, 2016 • Update at Conway, Arkansas church rooted toward better connecting with growing congregation.
Out With the PA, In With the Line Array
By Andres Caamano · January 26, 2016 • Family Church Downtown in Florida undergoes full AVL retrofit with L-Acoustics system.
Get Your Tech Budget Approved
By Luke Vettel · January 25, 2016 • When evaluating your technical and tech staffing needs, look ahead so you steward the present as well as the future.
Chauvet Professional Rolls Out ‘Church Tech Talk’ Series With Persinger
By TD Staff · January 22, 2016 • Each of the videos offers an informed overview about some of the key issues involved in church lighting since the advent of LED technology.
Victory Achieved for Alberta Church With d&b Y-Series
By Andres Caamano · January 22, 2016 • '...before we had almost weekly complaints with the sound – to now where we now have had zero complaints.'
New Tech Guy or Tech Gear: Who’s the real VIP?
By Gregory Kayne · January 21, 2016 • So the next time you get a new piece of gear, you may want to take stock of all of your team members – old and new.
Time For A Mic Check?
By Andres Caamano · January 20, 2016 • Oftentimes, the solution might be as simple as looking at the microphones that are within inches of the speaker’s mouth.
Be the Leader — Not the Doer
By Brent Mann · January 19, 2016 • Your team won’t grow overnight. You’ll have to work at it, and train.
A Handshake Goes a Long Way
By Duke DeJong · January 18, 2016 • I can't help but wonder how much better our results would be, if we required our worship and tech teams to shake hands and encourage each other after every week's service...
Honoring Diversity and Different Tastes in a Growing Community at Church of the Highlands
By Rachel Dawn Hayes · January 15, 2016 • All in all, great care was taken to make the Chapel the perfect spot for members to mark life’s occasions. It is an exemplary symbol of a church serving its congregation.
Key Aspects Of Selecting Loudspeakers for Worship Spaces
By Craig Leerman and Keith Clark · January 14, 2016 • Selecting the 'right' loudspeakers is no simple matter, and there can be more than one 'right' answer.
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.