Sometimes the biggest impact on the quality of your mix at church comes from the simplest things.
I’ve recorded several quick tip videos over the years and I just compiled a few of them into one video to share with you today.
These simple audio tips have helped me be a better sound tech and be more focused on a quality mix.
And you’ll want to pay attention to the last video because it shows you the most important skill every sound tech needs to know – how to wrap audio cables the right way!
Believe it or not, it is possible to get great sound at church on a modest budget. But the key to getting the best deal on church sound equipment is not just about the price you pay, it’s about the quality you get in return.
Having great sound at your church doesn’t have to be a luxury reserved for large building budgets and a tech department with deep pockets. Even if your church has an older sound system, there are some budget-friendly ways you can enhance the quality of your sound.
In this post you’ll discover some important things that will help improve your church sound on a budget.
You can’t reproduce good quality audio if you aren’t capturing it well in the first...
With cold and flu (and now Coronavirus / COVID-19) season here in force, there have been a lot of questions about how to properly clean and disinfect microphones.
Unsurprisingly, there is some misleading and often bad information on some of the social media threads that I’ve seen lately.
Here are some tips to help you keep those mics clean and sanitary, now and any time of year.
The recommended mic placement for handheld vocal microphones means that the microphone is very close to or even touches the singer’s face or lips. This means that spit/mucus/etc. can easily be transferred from the mouth to the microphone grill and underlying foam filter.
The body of the microphone is another surface...
If there is one thing you have to have right to get great sound at church it is this one thing:
Great sound from the pastor's microphone.
Unfortunately a lot of churches struggle every week to get the sound they want from their pastor and teacher.
What a travesty! If there is anything a church sound system is designed to do, it is to provide clear and accurate transmission of the spoken word. All other needs and priorities take a back seat to this one critical requirement.
We’ve probably all experienced this problem at some point.
First we need to discuss the simple yet important sound qualities we’re looking for when it comes to clear delivery of the spoken word.
Sound from the pastor or...