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Bethel Independent Church In South Korea Goes Digital With Allen & Heath iLive System
iLive selected primarily for its ability to meet the needs of a diverse range of events, which includes services, gospel singing and rock concerts
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An Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing system has been selected by the Bethel Independent Church in Seoul, South Korea, primarily for its ability to meet the needs of a diverse range of events, which includes services, gospel singing and rock concerts.

The iLive system is comprised of an iDR10 MixRack loaded with 48 inputs and 24 outputs and iLive-144 Control Surface with 16 inputs and 8 outputs.

“I am very proud that we have the iLive system installed. We host a rock concert at least once every two months, as younger generations are involved in the Church’s activities, and this system has the capacity to manage all the requirements. I also like the sonic quality, which is natural, clear and warm,” states Bethel Independent Church Pastor T. N. Park.

The sound system serving the 930-capacity venue also includes Renkus-Heinz line arrays and Dolby surround.

“This was my first time dealing with a digital mixing console,” explains House Engineer S. H. Park. “I have been reluctant to move over to digital mixing but iLive gave me confidence to believe that I can produce the same, if not a better, performance than if I was using an analogue console. Now that I have used the system for various events, including a rock concert, I feel very comfortable with iLive, and am impressed with its functionality and control layout.”

Allen & Heath iLive Website

The attached image shows the 930-capacity Bethel Independent Church in Seoul, Korea.


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