We're back with our panel of pros to discuss the things that we do during the week to make the weekend smoother. So much of what we do comes down to planning and preparation. Take that seriously, and see what improves.
Building on the foundation of the successful Vi series consoles, the Vi3000 goes one step further. Rather than having processing and I/O in racks, the Vi3000 puts it all in one package, and does so at a great price point. A new graphics package updates the look and there is plenty of expansion. Learn more at the preview website.
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Yeah, I know the title of the show is ChurchTechWeekly, but we had a bit of a delivery problem yesterday. Due to some bad traffic and an unscheduled inspection, our rental order arrived about 6 hours later than I planned. Which meant install went 6 hours longer than planned. Which led to no CTW.
But hey, you're all busy this week preparing for Easter anyway. We'll be back next week, and we have a great panel lined up.
Have a great Easter week!
The Pix 270 and 250 are new, upgraded versions of the 260 and 240 we saw a few years ago. Outfitted with up to 64 channels of audio via MADI or Dante, these are powerful video recorders. Additionally, multiple units can be sync'd together for simultaneous record and playback. Learn more at www.sounddevices.com.