224 exhibitors will be showcasing new products and providing special demonstrations.
Here are three great products that you should definitely check out if you work in church sound or production...
This microphone sounds great (it is one of their popular Series8 lavalier models), and it's sweat-proof, making it perfect for holiday drama productions. I also love how it is so compact and easy to use.
(And while you're at the Point Source Audio booth, you should check out the clever CM-i3 production headset that doesn't clamp your head.)
Your next stop in the exhibit hall should be the Allen & Heath (American Music & Sound) booth.
The digital mixing console solutions from Allen & Heath are well-suited for many church sound systems. If you're looking for a feature-rich mixing console that isn't going to break the bank, then you should check out the QU-series and GLD-series digital consoles.
And if you want to be blown away by amazing sound from a tiny loudspeaker....
You owe it to yourself to go by the Yamaha/Nexo both and listen to the new ID-series speakers.
These things are tiny, they pack an amazing punch, and they're versatile. Great for compact monitors, fill speakers, delays, backstage, etc...
So, those are my church sound and production tech suggestions to check out at WFX this year.
The conference happens on September 21st and 22nd in Louisville, Kentucky.
And here's a handy WFX exhibit hall map.