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Full Compass Systems Hosts HOW-To-Sound Workshop For Church Techs
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HOW-To Sound Workshop that brought house of worship sound volunteers and technicians to Full Compass’ 4,200 sq. ft. studio for a full day of training.

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Full Compass Systems recently hosted a HOW-To Sound Workshop that brought house of worship sound volunteers and technicians to Full Compass’ 4,200 sq. ft. studio for a full day of training.

Professional sound engineer, Mike Sokol, taught the nationally recognized workshop.  Sokol led participants through a comprehensive, hands-on program of instruction as they worked at dedicated, individual mixing consoles.

Fits & Starts Productions, LLC is the producer of the HOW-TO Workshops. The organization travels more than 40,000 miles each year training house of worship AV volunteers in 36 cities across the United States.

“Working with the Full Compass crew is always a positive experience,” states Hector La Torre, Fits & Starts Productions Managing Partner. “They’re all pros, so I know that even the little things will be taken care of when we show up to present our HOW-TO Workshops. This year, we had another great crowd, and we look forward to making this event a yearly one.”

In addition to the full day of training, attendees enjoyed an opportunity to view the wide range of equipment on display in the Full Compass showroom.

On the success of the workshop, Full Compass VP of Sales & Marketing, Roxanne Wenzel remarked, “It’s truly a pleasure hosting the How-To Sound Workshop at Full Compass. Those who attended received excellent instruction from a very knowledgeable and experienced instructor.  We value our partnership with Fits & Starts Productions and look forward to our next event.”

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