Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
The Volkslicht Spot features an RGB LED color-mixing engine that’s rated for 20,000 hours and can replace a 575-watt, arc-lamped moving head, but it performs well beyond pure economics.
One of the most appealing features of this software is how you can create your own visual icons on the touch screen.
t’s bright enough to be used in a larger room and will look spectacular in a smaller room.
It’s much more than just a personal monitor mixing system.
Immediately, I was impressed with the clarity and smoothness of the sound.
A viable option when considering solutions for applications that historically would require multiple mics or are in particularly challenging acoustic spaces.
First Ask "Why?" Then Ask "How?"
An exploration of headset and lavalier microphones.
Projection screen material may look like a fairly bland and static thing, but it’s actually not. Creating a brilliant image in our sanctuaries and auditoriums these days starts with having the right material to reflect the projected light.
An overview of features and options for small and traditional churches for under $5,000.
A traditional church in North Carolina converts a gym into a dynamic new space for contemporary worship.
City Church of New Orleans keeps its cutting edge razor-sharp with a new LED video wall.
Mixer options for small churches and secondary rooms.
Don’t let failure be the first serious conversation you have with your church leadership.
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