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Church Tech Weekly Episode 33: Chain Smoking Grand Poopbah

It’s like the band is back together! Mike & Van are joined by Colin Burch and John David Boreing to talk about getting the sermon online. We talk about the recording process as well as post-processing. Stick with it to the end and the title actually makes sense!

Guests:
Van Metschke
Colin Burch
John David Boreing


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2 Comments

  1. jliechty200@gmail.com

    I’ve found it really helpful to hear how you all approach podcast recording. From the “real life is always demands inconvenient compromises” department, I have been wondering whether, for a church of ~180 people, it’s worth it to have separate boards (Mackie SR24-4s) and a really junky splitter (ancient Rapco with bad-sounding transformers and horrible grounding design), or if a single better quality board with a matrix-fed recording/broadcast feed would work. Thing is, I “know” that a separate broadcast mix is “always” better, but I still think about [read: lust after] how much sound quality would improve if we went to, say, a Venue SC48. Unfortunately, there’s no way we could afford two of them plus a good splitter! It would be the opposite of what you were talking about doing in your churches, so I should probably heed the expert advice… Hey, maybe the new cheap bear ringer digital will be the answer. (totally kidding, no aneurisms, please..)

  2. jliechty200@gmail.com

    I’ve found it really helpful to hear how you all approach podcast recording. From the “real life is always demands inconvenient compromises” department, I have been wondering whether, for a church of ~180 people, it’s worth it to have separate boards (Mackie SR24-4s) and a really junky splitter (ancient Rapco with bad-sounding transformers and horrible grounding design), or if a single better quality board with a matrix-fed recording/broadcast feed would work. Thing is, I “know” that a separate broadcast mix is “always” better, but I still think about [read: lust after] how much sound quality would improve if we went to, say, a Venue SC48. Unfortunately, there’s no way we could afford two of them plus a good splitter! It would be the opposite of what you were talking about doing in your churches, so I should probably heed the expert advice… Hey, maybe the new cheap bear ringer digital will be the answer. (totally kidding, no aneurisms, please..)

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