Inside this issue of Church Production Magazine
Christmas Production Work ... in January? Sounds absurd, doesn’t it?
About the same size as many monaural DIs, the J48 provides two channels, allowing a performer to route a pair of guitars (or a two-channel device) while completely isolating one from the other.
First things first, the audio signal chain begins with microphones. Here, CPM covers different microphone technologies, coverage patterns, and response characteristics—and gives tips on testing and choosing the best mics for your given application.
Our panel of experts discuss loudspeaker options for smaller-scale worship venues. A top take-away: Each situation is unique. There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
CPM queries major lighting console manufacturers about their latest lighting controllers for houses of worship. What did we find? New, more affordable options for expanded creativity.
First Baptist Hendersonville takes an analytical approach to delivering great audio, empowering techs with the task of finding the best audio system.
Southern California’s Harvest Christian Fellowship breaks the mold with its sixth and newest satellite campus. New Orange County location incorporates technologies not found in the church’s other venues.
Compared to the GoPro, this new POV camera from Marshall offers numerous advantages --- not the least of which is its size. It's a 1.5 inch cube.
CPM's reviewer finds the PRG ReNew a cost-effective way for houses of worship to convert their older ETC Source Four’s into power-saving, maintenance free fixtures.
With the current choice between a fixed and often empty projector screen or a motorized screen’s view-blocking black drop in high ceiling venues, Da-Lite delivers an alternative that makes screen technology unobtrusive.
Would you feel like a traitor saying “no” to next year’s Christmas production? If your work load reduced this past year’s Christmas celebration to a single day, perhaps it’s time to take pause and pray.