Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
In the production world, simple is better. In the church production world, simple can be vital. A.C.T Lighting is now distributing a little box that is as simple as it is powerful. It’s called the ImageCue, a DMX-controlled content server that won’t break the bank.
The convergence of audio and IT has a lot of potential benefits for houses of worship, but it comes with its own set of challenges and costs.
Experts tell us old theatre tricks are getting lost in all the new technology out there. Here are low-tech ways of achieving new looks.
Microphone choice and placement are the two most critical aspects of achieving good theatrical audio—at all-important Christmas and at any time of year.
CPM surveyed the market and presents loudspeakers from several prominent manufacturers, introduced within the past year, with an emphasis on portability and easy of installation and use.
The hands-on technical team of a 300-seat New Hampshire house of worship, Journey Church, implements cost-effective Internet-based strategies to reach more people.
Venture Church in Hattiesburg, Miss., selects volunteer-friendly gear and hires people with personal connections and a love of AVL communications.
Variations of the typical podium mic can also be applied as choir mics and instrument mics.
The beamwidth of 90x50 provided good coverage for most portable venues.
With the Studiolive rm32AI, even folks with no mixing experience should come up to speed quickly.
Up to 16 presets can be stored in the camera itself, recording not only pan, tilt, zoom, and focus settings but also 15 general camera settings, such as exposure, white balance, iris, gain, etc.
Too often that desire to be the Christmas hero can lead us to start using people to build our ministry, instead of using our ministry to build people.