Being prepared in advance for contingencies will help your production continue without a hitch.
Using tracks gives you greater versatility and professionalism in worship.
Is your training process setting volunteers up for success?
There is a learning curve for in-ears, but with these guidelines, you can make the transition much smoother.
You might balk at using a metronome during a live set, but here's why you shouldn't.
You can have the best sound system in the world, but it won't matter if you don't address these issues.
Taylor Guitars master designer Andy Powers reflects on the beauty of music and his journey toward his brand new Grand Pacific design
Here are the essential components of any church sound system.
There are several factors that determine the kind of system your church will need.
Involvement and effectiveness: Virtual visitors may be watching the service, but how are you connecting them with the church?
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