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Ken DeLoria

We found the ATH-E70 ideal for singers, guitar players, or even drummers. And the build quality should mean they deliver many productive years for your ministry. more

Nov 30, 2016 8:35 PM Gear 2 Comments

Would you know how to trouble shoot a 70 V loudspeaker system? They were originally designed when most amplifiers and loudspeakers were in the 5- to 35-watt range. But they still have many applications today. more

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Trying to communicate technical specifications to non-technical decision-makers can be frustrating to both parties involved. more

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Typical contemporary worship services would not be the same without subwoofers. But along with the benefits come some inherent difficulties. Let's start with time alignment and crossover slopes. more

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Other than piloting fighter jets, stock trading, and law enforcement, few jobs can be as demanding as working in the media department of a church. Here are some tips on how meet the challenge. more

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Some engineers will turn up the mic pre gain so that the fader can be set to the unity gain mark, but this is not necessarily a good practice. Here's why. more

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The quest for acoustical linearity and what it means for sound quality at your church. more

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Careful control of dynamics can is often the difference between an average mix and one that sounds truly professional. more

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Too many sound engineers feel that only a touch of EQ is acceptable; they don’t want to “chop up” the spectrum. Not true! more

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Video and lighting are wonderful additions to a worship service. But don’t get distracted; audio is foundational. more

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Even the best SPL meters cannot tell you how dull, bright, strident, muted, harsh, brilliant, smooth, or totally incomprehensible dialog and music may be. more

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Many churches leave their audio equipment on day and night. But with today’s modern equipment, it’s literally a waste of time. Let’s look at what we mean by that and why. more

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How to determine when professional help is required -- and why. more

May 26, 2015 3:14 PM Gear

The great benefit of electricity is that it can be manipulated through voltage and amperage trade-offs to accomplish almost anything that the system designer wants to achieve. And therein lies the potential danger. more

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Sexy features on digital consoles often steal our attention away from basic signal integrity. Who can blame them? They are a lot more interesting than passive coils of wire wound around metal cores. Or so it would seem. more

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When it’s crunch time, the role of the audio supervisor is to make critical decisions about what ‘must be done’ versus what ‘might be nice.’ more

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A professional loudspeaker designer-turned-writer discloses what to look for in tools for small and portable churches, including all important cost/performance ratio. more

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The musician's gear usually ends at the stomp box, or the speaker cabinet. But the choice of DI, or whether to use one at all, can have a significant role in shaping the sound. more

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“DI” stands for “Direct Injection,” a term that goes way back to the formative days of the sound and recording industry. The concept is simple: the DI is intended to interface the output of an instrument, or that of an instrument’s amplifier, to t... more

Aug 5, 2014 2:14 PM Gear

How to realize consistent, predictable audio results through proper loudspeaker system design more

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