Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
Your acts of service are a gift to God. It’s more than mere button pushing. It can help change people’s thoughts on churches, help change people’s opinion of Christians, and can help change people’s relationship with their Creator.
If you’ve ever wished for more gain from any of your sources—ribbon mics, vintage mics, etc., the Cloudlifter CL-1 Mic Activator may be your solution. Find out what’s going on inside this patent-pending design?
As competition heats up, smart phones and expanding digital audio networking options are providing more opportunities for low-cost, high-quality, on-stage monitoring. Here are some of your current best options.
Here are the fundamentals that can help save churches grief— and money.
A 2015 Round-Up of Wireless Mics.
The latest mixing consoles satisfy the budget-conscious without compromising functionality.
A northern calif., church regroups, gets a sensible AVL system to support any sized event—and grows in more ways than one.
Metro Atlanta's Gwinnett Church, part of North Point Ministries, uses technology as a tool for greater human connection—with both staff volunteers and attendees.
It can hold its own alongside name-brand lights like ARRI and Litepanels, and can find its home in many church applications.
The new dot2 is easier to learn and use than MA Lighting's larger grandMA2. The dot2 is designed to anticipate what you want to do and guide you to the correct screens automatically.
If you are using technology to help spread the Gospel at your church, staying up to date and investing wisely can prove challenging. Here’s how to effectively plan to make that happen.