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Church Sound Podcast, Episode 57: DAWs For Broadcast/Streaming

The co-hosts discuss how to set up digital audio workstations (DAWs) for broadcast/streaming applications as well as "why," along with pros, cons, and more.
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In Episode 57, co-hosts Samantha and James focus on digital audio workstations (DAWs for short) for broadcast/streaming. What happens if you take an entire broadcast mix and produce it “in the box”? They share how to set up DAWs for broadcast applications as well as “why,” along with pros, cons, and more. The Church Sound Podcast is sponsored by K-array and DiGiCo.

Co-host Samantha Potter is also 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 LinkedIn, on IG @potteraudio, or contact her via email here email.

Co-host James Attaway is the author of the Live Mixing Field Guide, a quick-start guide to EQ, compression and effects. Find more from James on the Attaway Audio YouTube Channel and at AttawayAudio.com. Reach him on IG @attawayaudio or contact him via email here.

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