Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
A report designed to help church techs pick presenter microphones.
A lineup of low-cost software-based lighting control solutions for every need in your facility.
Recent innovations in screen technology are producing better-than-ever results. This CPM report delivers projection screen intelligence specifically geared toward the church end-user.
Tips for streaming live— and seeing unmistakable results.
Advanced LED lighting technology joins audio and video to deliver a new level of excitement at a Rocklin, Calif., worship center and youth program.
12 targeted questions to help you buy the right console for your church
California's Bonita Valley Community Church Embraces New AVL Technology— Taking Worship to the Next Level
Qu-Pac is a serious, pro-quality mixer sitting behind a small touch screen and peculiar shape. Sound, flexibility, power—it’s all there.
Tracks Live is easy to use, reliable, and without the complexity found in many of today’s software-based tracking solutions.
Yamaha got the balance of simplicity vs. usability just right.
At the end of our lives, bowing low before our Savior, I have a strong, compelling conviction that Jesus will not be as concerned as we were regarding how dialed in our mixes were, how in focus our cameras were, how on time the lyrics were, or how robust our infrastructures were.
FreePlay combines a three-input mixer, power amp section and two-way speaker in a very unconventional looking compact plastic enclosure designed for "grab-and-go" convenience.