The class will be held at Evangel Assembly (2300 Old Bainbridge Road) from 5 pm to 10 pm on Friday, February 26, continuing from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday, February 27. (Go here for more details and for a link to registration.)
Note that additional sessions have also been announced for McKinney, TX (March 4-5, details here) and Topeka, KS (April 22-23, details here). Registration is open for all three classes, and early registration discounts are available.
For well over two decades, Church Sound Boot Camp has helped church sound teams raise the bar of technical excellence—without stress—in equipping them with the knowledge and understanding to make clearly noticeable improvements to the quality of their sound.
Instructor Curt Taipale has more than 30 years of experience in audio as a church tech team leader, recording and live sound engineer, consultant, AVL system designer, design/build contractor, educator, author, and professional musician.
He is also the founder of ChurchSoundcheck.com, author of “The Heart of Technical Excellence,” and a contributing author to Yamaha’s “Guide to Sound Systems for Worship.”
Curt has taught literally thousands of church sound team volunteers, technical staff, worship pastors and musicians. In the classes, he’ll cover all the primary components of every sound system, exactly how they should be connected, how to feel confident in operating that equipment, and how to deliver a pristine, smooth, clear musical mix consistently at every worship service.
Attendees are advised to register as soon as possible, and early registration discounts are offered. Again, for more details and to register for the Tallahassee class, go here. (And here for McKinney, TX, and here for Topeka, KS.)
And, Church Sound Boot Camp is also available in a Stay At Home version, offering the opportunity for self-training as well as to bring this training to the entire tech team. Find out more about it here.