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Brad Duryea

Bio: Brad Duryea is an audio engineer at Lakewood Church in Houston.

One of the most useful (and potentially risky) features on many modern digital mixers is the ability to remotely control them with tablets and smartphones. CPM’s report takes a look at what’s good about that, and what’s lukewarm. Read more

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…the directivity provided by its cardioid pattern provides nicely controlled low end. Read more

Gear

What sets it apart is the number of innovative mixing features that are easy for the inexperienced audio engineer to operate. Read more

Gear

A primer on how to get a natural-sounding orchestra mix through your PA, along with five tips to manage your choir concerns. Read more

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Be encouraged: the people, the knowledge, the resources are out there to take you to the next level. Read more

Ministry

Yamaha got the balance of simplicity vs. usability just right. Read more

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Many of today's most basic wireless systems have the features required to work properly in an increasingly crowded wireless environment. So the solutions to smaller church’s wireless reliability problems may already be right at their fingertips. Read more

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Practical and church-specific selection, technique, and processing insight can help take out the guesswork Read more

Education

We know that getting a mic closer to the sound source will usually give us improved live sound performance, such as better gain-before-feedback and less pick-up of unwanted nearby sound. But sometimes we don’t have the luxury of putting the mic ex... Read more

Education

"Try them out. Then learn to trust your ears." Read more

Education

While somewhat unassuming, the microphone can be, and often is, a Swiss Army knife for house of worship sound techs. Read more

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Ways the technical ministry can get other people "on board" with a new project or change in routine. Read more

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