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Church Sound: Plan For Failure To Achieve Success

I often hear stories about church leaders who won’t let the sound team “turn any knobs” on the mixing console. The leaders expect a great music mix to happen every week simply because it previously sounded great one time. Or… Read More

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Church Sound: Plan For Failure To Achieve Success

I often hear stories about church leaders who won’t let the sound team “turn any knobs” on the mixing console. The leaders expect a great music mix to happen every week simply because it previously sounded great one time. Or… Read More

Properly Setting Sound System Gain Structure

Editor’s note: This piece goes back a few years but it’s full of information still very much relevant today. Realistically, audio signals at or near the noise floor of a system are not useful because the signal will not be… Read More

Stage Monitoring 101: The Essentials

It can be tough performing live on a stage – all the noise, Noise, NOISE. This is the first thing in my mind when doing stage monitoring because too much noise can compromise performances and presentations. It’s hard to be… Read More

Streaming & Casting

As audio professionals, we’re usually not concerned with how the content of podcasts and webcasts is delivered. Our focus is getting quality audio to the recorder or computer and making things sound their best. I categorize casting and streaming into… Read More

Sonic Decisions

How something sounds to each of us is very subjective. Not everyone hears the same – this was a big “a-ha” moment for me early in my career as an independent audio practitioner, a.k.a., a Lone Audio Ranger. Aside from… Read More