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Andrew Stone is the Production Director and Senior Audio Engineer at Church on the Move in Tulsa, OK. He is also a founding member of MxU, a brand designed to create and inspire better leaders and better audio engineers. You can find him on Twitter (@stone_rocks), Instagram (stone.rocks), read his blogs on COTM’s Seeds website (www.seeds.churchonthemove.com), and check out his latest endeavors with MxU at www.mxu.rocks.
Latest Posts by Andrew
How To Start Your Mix Without Touching The Faders
Recently I was asked to speak to a group of audio engineers about what I do first when walking into a mix situation. If memory…
Initiative Can Be The Mark Of A Great Production Leader
Initiative. It’s a BIG word in leadership circles these days. Check out almost any leadership blog or podcast and you can read to your heart’s…
Church Sound: Listen Much?
Are you a good listener? Would others describe you as a good listener? Although being a good listener is a fairly significant character trait we…
Exercising Restraint In Stage Design
How many times do we gaze at photos of an amazing stage set or lighting show on our social media feeds? Cool right? How many…
The Glory Of Live Strings
The expectation that comes with incorporating a live string orchestra onto a big rock stage is something I usually loathe. Almost everyone in the room…
Church Sound: Crafting The Mix
Getting to the point where I’m truly happy with an audio mix can be quite a process. Over the years a strategy of sorts has…
Church Sound: Three Tenets For Production Survival
Spending the better part of my life serving others through music and show production has given me the opportunity to develop three basic credos I…
Church Sound: It All Starts With Drums
It goes without saying that I consider drums to be the most important part of most current rock-oriented music. Starting out my career as a…
Church Sound: Own It
While traveling with a female entertainer many years ago, I experienced something that turned out to be a pivotal moment in my life and career.
Church Sound: How To Ruin Your Mix – Part 3
Editor’s note: This is part 3 of a 3 part series. You can read Part 1 here and Part 2…
Church Sound: How To Ruin Your Mix – Part 2
Editor’s note: This is part 2 of a 3 part series. You can read Part 1 here. If you listen very…
Church Sound: How To Ruin Your Mix
Here’s the prevailing thought on my mind this weekend as I’m spending a great deal of time behind the mixing console: It’s relatively easy (simple,…
Church Sound: Keeping It All Together
The longer I’ve worked in the production world, I’ve come to rely on these three essentials: God’s grace, the power of details, and organization. This…
Church Sound: Who Are You Mixing For?
What’s your priority when mixing? Is it to prove your mixing abilities or to legitimately serve the people in the room? I’m writing this in…
Church Sound: The Power Of The Unseen
This article is provided by Church On The Move. In the world of live…