Andrew Stone

Bio: Professional audio veteran Andrew Stone is production manager and audio director at Tulsa, Okla.’s Church on the Move (

I’ve had great wins, some brutal defeats, the occasional bouts of loneliness, apprehension, sacrifices … all of it has been vital to who I am as a man and who I have become in Christ. more


I feel like I know this Eeyore. In fact, I feel like I know quite a few Eeyores, and most of them are involved in the production and technical side. more

Education 3 Comments

Years ago, I could never figure out why I was having to make so many frantic mix adjustments during the first song of the set. How could things have changed so drastically in just a few hours? Quite by accident, I figured it out. more

Education 4 Comments

I was immediately impressed by how much output and clarity was available from these preamps. more

Mar 12, 2014 7:23 PM Gear 1 Comments

The coverage is impressive. It truly opened up the sound field like nothing else I’ve heard in this price category. more

Dec 23, 2013 5:16 PM Gear 4 Comments

Getting a great drum mix isn’t always up to the audio guy. It starts at the source. more

Education 5 Comments

Even if I don’t have anything else figured out, establishing a preliminary schedule gets me in the right headspace to operate to my strengths. more

Education 1 Comments

The tech team you're on, and the church you're in may hold the exact opportunity God wants you to use to find your happiness. more

Ministry 3 Comments

Nothing in my Technical Director’s Handbook says I should use the church resources to create a personal gear playground. more

Education 6 Comments

The benefit of these five essential items is that they’re attainable. They can be collected without any type of budget, planning meeting, or approval. more

Ministry 3 Comments

Can you have a healthy passion for production without it ruining your other relationships? I believe the answer is yes. Here are a few thoughts to help balance your two marriages. more

Ministry 2 Comments

Deceptively simple to set up and get going. more

Jun 26, 2013 8:51 PM Gear

It's often easy for production personnel to stay in the back and remain completely disengaged from the spiritual side of an event. more

Ministry 2 Comments

True to form, dbx has put some thought into this product and provided yet another tool for the audio engineer to do what they do best—only better. more

Jun 14, 2013 2:49 AM Gear 1 Comments

Employing an effect can be more than throwing reverb on an input. It’s finding a voice that remains transparent while enhancing and accompanying an input source. Easier said than done. more

Education 1 Comments

When a mic sounds good, you look good. But there are a myriad of mic types available, and sometimes pastors can be finicky. While headset mics are our reviewer’s favored option, we offer up a range of product types to cover a host of scenarios and... more

Education 1 Comments

Getting to the point where I’m truly happy with an audio mix can be quite a process. Over the years a strategy of sorts has shown itself that not only helps me delete unknown variables prior to mixing but gives me a great platform to build a truly... more


What throws this console into another category is the implementation of Midas programmable preamps on each input channel more

Education 1 Comments

Right out of the box, this didn’t resemble a console boasting an MSRP of just $2,899.99. more


Rehearsals are not a time for the us and them thing. more


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