Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
Even if I don’t have anything else figured out, establishing a preliminary schedule gets me in the right headspace to operate to my strengths.
The Tri-7 has 52 features and capabilities that let it keep up with its larger competitors just fine.
The best part is [that] the 30-piece kit fits in an FAA-approved, carry-on-sized Pelican flight case.
Capture Polar also makes a lot of sense for churches with lighting fixtures that are rarely moved from their positions.
The Expedition Express is small enough to travel on the dashboard of your car.
A list of dominant trends driving mixing console design.
A roundup of the latest drum and instrument microphones
A spiritual paradigm shift is under way in central Fla., led by a bold church plant with an unwavering vision and a penchant for technological outreach
6 Tips from Pros to Make Your Lighting Work this Christmas
..when asked to do the impossible.
You’re not putting that brand in my sanctuary, was the tech director’s first response. But after nearly two year’s of research, and a demo at a WFX event in Atlanta, the church reconsidered.
Right off the bat, the appearance is striking, and you can’t miss the LCD screen, and the console has more headroom than I expected. This was a pleasant surprise.
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