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Church Sound Podcast, Episode 34: Michael Lawrence On Sound Pressure Level

System tech/engineer and technical editor discusses what SPL means for sound engineers, how we can measure it, and understanding its consequences.
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Sound Pressure Level (SPL) is a sticky issue, and one that can be misconstrued all too easily. In Episode 34, system tech/engineer and technical editor Michael Lawrence returns to the show to talk with host Samantha Potter about what SPL means for sound engineers, how we can measure it, and understanding its consequences. The Church Sound Podcast is sponsored by K-array and DiGiCo.

Episode Links:
Michael Lawrence’s Between The Lines Tech Blog
Rational Acoustics On YouTube (Go here for the “Introduction To SPL” video.)

Host Samantha Potter is co-lead instructor with Church Sound University — a training program tailored specifically for worship audio techs that’s now also available online. Reach her via email here.

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