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Volunteer-friendly AV equipment: expert advice

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By Jason Davis Running a department full of volunteers can be a double-edged sword. We’re taking pro-level equipment and putting it in the hands of people who have just hours’ worth of training on them — and yet expecting pro-level results. Realistically, practices and trainings can only go so far. Moreover, the correct selection of […]

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Penny wise & power smart

How to be cost-conscious — & environmentally responsible — with your wireless audio equipment What are you spending on disposable batteries every year for wireless mics, lavaliers and in-ear monitors? Have you considered a rechargeable solution? The ability to purchase batteries (and charger) just once — and yet equip your church for years! — is not […]

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Removing the roadblocks to digital signage

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The top 6 challenges solved by using cloud-based digital signage By Kelly Harman Digital signage can add impact to your message — and ensure that your audience remembers it . From welcoming new visitors to your church, to requests for volunteers, to thanking donors and acknowledging esteemed guests, digital signage is the most effective way to have […]

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What’s new in streaming for the Christmas season?

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From worship services to outreach efforts, extend the reach of your Christmas events by considering all the different ways video streaming can help.

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RANDY WRAY: Achieving harmony through “sound” stewardship at East Sunshine Church of Christ

Randy Wray East Sunshine Church of Christ

How a uniquely shaped, acapella-loving worship space (finally!) struck the perfect audio balance with the right loudspeakers.

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Volunteer-friendly live streaming

Streaming content is an incredibly powerful, relevant tool for outreach — one which transcends the boundaries of geography and time. However, not every church can devote a staff member to “owning” the streaming process; instead, many rely on volunteers. So, we must make sure the streaming setup is as user-friendly and accessible as possible. Here’s how.

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Acoustics, A-frames & other audio challenges

Since 1968, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Rockville, Md. — a suburb of Washington, D.C. — has faithfully served its community.

Until last year, its original sound system had been ‘serving’ just as long.

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Miking instruments

If you ask Vincent Gabriel Antonini, CTS, National Sales Support / Business Development Manager for DPA Microphones in USA, instrument microphones should receive the same level of consideration and care as the pastor’s microphone. “Some people respond better to music, and some to the spoken word,” he says. “Both options tell the story; they’re both interpreting the Word.

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Need camera equipment? 4 reasons renting might make sense

By Meg Tetrault Renting camera equipment doesn’t make sense for every church — it’s something we’ve learned as a national rental company that ships gear directly to customers. For other churches, however — whether they’re just starting out in media or already managing a large-scale A/V ministry team — it actually makes more sense to […]

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LISTEN UP! The pastor’s mic is a make-or-break audio element

When it comes to budget concerns, the pastor’s mic shouldn’t be up for discussion. Providing a premium spoken word experience comes with a price tag. When capturing speech, a great microphone will sound as if there is no microphone at all — only a transparent, accurate reproduction of the speaker.

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