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Recording In Houses Of Worship

Quality recordings of church events depends upon attention to every detail.

This unit provides limiting, compression, expansion, and EQ all in one program. When it’s applied, the audio becomes clearer with more separation between the different elements.

It also makes the audio louder and closer to industry standards.

The final audio is then at a more acceptable level for broadcast on radio and television.

Additionally, mastered audio provides a higher quality sound for the audio masters from which the duplications are made.

Prepare Your Audio Team For Excellence
I’d like to leave you with a few points I’ve mentioned previously.

One of the primary elements in producing high quality audio and recordings is proper preparation. Make sure that the entire audio chain is not only set properly, but that it is also free of any technical problems.

I like to think of audio recording and production as a subtractive process. Simplify the process and subtract any potential problems.

Also, always rehearse when possible. This allows the audio team to properly set levels as well as all channel settings.

Additionally, it’s important to anticipate audio events. Write down cues if necessary and always label your channels.

Great recordings depend on attention to every detail. Invest plenty of time in preparation and posture your audio team for excellence.

Your final recordings will always reflect the extra effort put forth.

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