Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
The configuration is flexible and can grow and change with your needs. With 16 configurable keys, the unit is capable of mixing 40 inputs—a feature that blew away our reviewer.
The DriveRack PA2 picks up where DriveRack PA+ left off.
We found the console to be ideal for building up a large number of scenes or cue lists, and combining them to get a variety of looks that can be used dynamically throughout a concert or service. It feels very logical.
How digital infrastructure and technology are helping grow a 100-year-old Pennsylvania church—all the while reinforcing longstanding tradition.
Hope Community Church moves a satellite campus into a permanent post in North Carolina.
The sound quality is excellent. An acoustic guitar recorded at the highest resolution is incredibly detailed and accurate.
This year, WFX will offer a more guided approach to the way attendees learn
Upgrades are about solving the problems. If you don't identify the problems, how can you fix them?
Churches are hugely influential in the theatrical lighting market. Did you know you and your peers are driving new and innovative feature sets?
You might want to start reviewing your options, including planning for investment in new falling-sky-resistant wireless systems.
“What do you do when time is getting tight and things are not going the way you’ve planned?”
How to realize consistent, predictable audio results through proper loudspeaker system design
High-end innovations and feature sets continue to trickle down to these affordable units and churches large and small are benefitting.
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