Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
Do you know your way around a video switcher? Here’s your start.
Designers weigh in on the relationship between technology and art.
It’s easy to get complacent with mic selection because we get used to using a particular microphone for a particular application. Read CPM’s tips on how to change that up—and create results you can hear.
A church plant transforms an old Texas movie theater, creating a live HD streaming hub and a new home for spreading the Word.
How staff faithfulness, rapid growth, and smart AVL decisions led to greater community outreach in North Carolina.
The new Studio Camera from Blackmagic Design lists for just under $2,000. A 4K version is available for only $1,000 more.
While it may not be the most affordable option for getting your church streaming ministry up and running, there’s much to love about the Digigram Aquilm *Fit/LE. In practice, cheap is rarely the best investment for churches anyway.
The Jands Stage CL is a self-contained console designed to operate up to 24 fixture groups (512 channels) of LED lighting. Offers an attractive form factor: large enough so that the controls aren’t packed in too tightly, but small enough to not take up a lot of precious tech booth real estate.
The unit offers 640 selectable frequencies in 32 selectable channels, reducing the potential for overcrowding and interference. Another plus: it’s church-affordable.
I’m learning to allow my internal artist the freedom to create, to learn, and to fail, without allowing my internal engineer to pronounce judgment.
Today’s digital audio mixers provide access to most features from tablets and smart phones—letting you be wherever you need to be—instead of at your console.