Monthly Archives: June 2011

Update

Hey everyone, Once again, sorry for the lack of posts recently.  Life is busy!  Our last service is this Sunday at our current location and then July 10th, we start at our new site.  Prayers appreciated as the building is … Continue reading

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To Snapshot or Not?

This discussion got started on the new Church Technical Leaders website, if you’re a church tech director or volunteer check out the site, its a really great spot for information.  Either way, in one of the spots on the site, … Continue reading

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An Absent Explanation

Hey Everyone, I appreciate everyone who reads my blog, I love writing posts about things that I love doing, specifically working with audio. As many of you know, my current church is about to move into a new facility, I … Continue reading

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Audio Training in Perspective

This past weekend I did some audio training with the sound volunteers from our church and some people from another church in town.  I had a TON of fun with it.  I love training, especially in audio.  Audio is my … Continue reading

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The Perfect Mix: Conclusion???

I’ve been on this “perfect mix” series for a while now, I’ve had a lot of fun writing the blogs for it, and there’s a part of me that wants to actually take it, expand on it, and write a … Continue reading

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Expanding our Horizons as Sound People

I did a post about a month ago about mixing for hardcore church, I have a second post about it today.  Hardcore Church is a special event put on about once a month at New Song Church in Windsor, an … Continue reading

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The Perfect Mix: Part 18: Delay

Yesterday we talked about reverb as a great effect.  Today I want to touch on delay.  Delay is very much what it is described to be, it delays the signal. Delay can be a very noticeable effect on any instrument, … Continue reading

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