Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
The job you perform is just a temporary one. It should be viewed as just a stage in the growing process that God has designed for you.
Church staff should consider both LED and projection technologies for large-scale displays. Both are evolving—and both are very different depending upon your intended application.
The lightweight Audix MicroBoom consists of slim carbon-fiber booms in three lengths—with mini-XLR connectors at both ends for the cardioid or hypercardioid condenser mic element and a cable to connect to the mixing console.
InfoComm is more church-specific than ever and it’s coming to Orlando this June. Here are five reasons church techs need to attend.
Why go condenser, and what’s available at different price points? CPM lays out an abundance of options right for any sized church’s needs and budget.
Multi-site churches take note: loudspeaker shapes have changed to keep up with the times. A report on new features, networked audio and corresponding configuration options.
LED lighting has only recently become “legitimate” for theatrical applications. LED lighting for video applications is also coming of age. Here, a primer on when and potentially when not to go with the latest technologies.
Hermitage Hills Baptist Church in metro Nashville, Tenn., employs a well thought-out sound system to reach young worshippers—and every generation and style of worship in between.
What if we could create the perfect sound system for every instrument on the stage? That was the design criteria for the new audio system at First Baptist Church of Roanoke, Va.
The newest member of the company’s digital wireless microphone line. The new System 10 Pro offers a simple user interface backed by a powerful suite of RF transmission methodologies that operate "behind the scenes."
What makes the Ovation ED-190WW such a trailblazing fixture is its ability to be controlled off of any conventional dimming and control system.
The truth is, it really only takes five seconds if you do it slowly.