Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
The new PG Alta line of microphones relies on the company’s time-tested technology with a heavy-duty, industrial-looking design targeted for the budget-conscious customer.
While the standards aren’t yet set in stone, UHD looks like it’s going to be the next step in the growth of television. And it presents an opportunity for churches to position themselves as early adopters.
Line array or point-source designs … what’s best for your church’s set up? Experts weigh in and provide tips and know-how in this must-read article.
Higher overall efficiency has helped bring low-profile moving lights into the purview of small and portable churches. Before you buy though, find out what expert sources suggest church techs look for—and avoid.
Shepherd Church in the Los Angeles area cuts the cord, opting for an iPad-based Mackie DL32R wireless mixer. Tech staff reports that wireless mixing via tablet is not without its challenges, though.
Ward Church in Northville, Mich., has a new multi-purpose sanctuary and a boatload of AVL to support its four distinct types of services. Its tech director also has wisdom to share with churches of any size.
Media servers not only let you control the video being sent to your screens; they also can be controlled from lighting consoles, which allows for very tight integration between lighting changes and video changes.
Up close, Canon’s REALis WUX400ST can not only put up a large, bright image, but is one of the easiest projectors to hide.
A veteran tech director is called to resign and start a new church. His words of wisdom on whatever God may call you toward: "Count on the fact that it will take faith to leave your comfort [zone]…. "
4K was “so 2013.” So what’s new for 2015?