Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
CPM reports on how planning—combined with an intentional “looseness” and the right gear—helps Tulsa, Okla.’s Church on the Move keep its Christmas production riveting.
Allen & Heath did an admirable job capitalizing on the power of digital while maintaining key elements of the familiar analog mixer interface. For all it does, the Qu-32 is truly a bargain.
The Livemix takes some of the best features in the personal mixer market and adds a unique idea our reviewer has never seen before. Despite some initial skepticism, he wound up adding to the list of contenders to replace his church’s current monitor system.
This time of year is supposed to be about Christ’s birth and a whole host of other warm things—cheer, joy, gifts, family—right? What about when it isn’t? Look to Jesus.
This wireless HDMI adapter offers 1080p60 resolution for just $299. Despite a limited operating distance, the Air3C has an interesting future in the house of worship market.
A tech veteran writer supplies must-read tips for extending your onstage set to pull in and surround attendees at your Christmas production. Learn new ways to think about projectors as light agents—and gain fresh thinking on set design
Why now might be a good time to go mic shopping, and what you can expect to find (and benefit from) when you get there … at a range of prices to satisfy most wallets.
Valley Christian Church in Hopewell Junction, N.Y., takes on AVL upgrades in a phased fashion, avoiding congregational whiplash while upping worship effectiveness.