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TechDecisions Guide to 20 Column Loudspeakers for Your Church
By TD Staff · June 20, 2012 • The column or vertical steered array type loudspeaker is one of the best choices for many large church venue applications.
TechDecisions Guide to Line Array Speakers for Your Church
By TD Staff · June 20, 2012 • Download this guide to help make your purchasing choice for line array speakers easier. Once you have decided your house of worship can benefit from a significant purchase of a line array speaker system, there are still many considerations. There are hundreds of speaker manufacturers, but only a select few that produce line array speaker systems. Here are a few that have been recommended as worthy mentions.
Microphones 101, Part 1
By Perry Goldstein · April 27, 2012 • Learn the ins and outs of microphones before you buy.
Streaming Media Encoder Tips: A Q&A
By Leslie O'Neill · April 12, 2012 • Network engineer and live sound engineer Ron Guensche specializes in audio and video technology in the studio and on location. He works with ednet (Entertainment Digital Network).
Considering the Risks of Software Piracy
By Elaine J. Hom · February 26, 2012 • Pirated software opens organizations up to potential data breaches and system failures. Moreover, software piracy funds organized crime and weakens the economy.
Spotting the More Common Issues You Will Face During Your A/V Project
By Lisa Nadile · January 16, 2012 • Leading A/V experts have run into a host of difficulties in their experience on the job. Some where a consultant can help, others where they wouldn’t. Here, they discuss some of the most important pain points they’ve run into that you should avoid.
Digital Signs Can Spread Security Messages As Well As The Good Word
By Daniel P. Dern · January 5, 2012 • Emergency sirens, horns, and audio announcements may be a good way to get a parishioner's attention, but they often don’t convey the nature of a security alert and what people should do. Digital signage can provide in-depth, authoritative information your parishioners need.
Is This the End of Analog Mixers?
By Jeffrey L. Miranda · December 28, 2011 • Whether the demise of analog is around the corner has been a hot topic. Digital technologies have certainly affected professional audio, but I want to delve into both sides of the topic and take a closer look at analog. For. . .
Who Needs an iPad App?
By TD Staff · December 21, 2011 • Worship TechDecisions was designed with today and the future in mind.
Loudspeaker Placement and Design in Churches
By Chuck W Walthall · December 9, 2011 • As we say in the South, “There are many ways to skin a opossum.” Such is the loudspeaker design process: each designer has his own way. Some processes are very simple and some are extremely scientific. The following article outlines some of the most fundamental elements that all loudspeaker design processes must take into consideration. We will forgo discussing the types of loudspeakers, (two-way, three-way, subwoofers, etc.), and focus on the fundamental purpose of loudspeaker systems, define basic design criteria, and outline design configurations.
Download the Fellowship Church Case Study
By AMX · November 20, 2011 • Religious services at Fellowship Church include theatrical sights and sounds, all integrated through AMX, to captivate the congregation and attract new members. Download this paper to learn more.
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.