In this last episode from the Palatial California Studio 2.0, the guys talk about the importance of having a mentor and mentoring others. We can't do this alone.
Is there life after church staff? Were you to leave, what would you do? How do you remain connected to church when it's not your job anymore? We talk to some guys that know.
How do you know when it's time to leave your church staff job? How do you leave well? What are some considerations for managing the transition and what happens once you leave? We tackle that and more this week.
We're back talking about streaming this week. What happens when the stream leaves the building? How does it get distributed. And what about multi-site video distribution?
Streaming. It's all the rage right now as every pastor wants to put the service on the web. But how do you do it? What gear do you need? We break it down in this informative episode.
This week we follow up our wireless talk with a great discussion on best practices for wireless systems. We talk about frequency coordination, antenna distribution and when to not go wireless.
This week it's all about wireless spectrum. We're about to lose another 50 or so MHz of wireless space, and our panel of experts will help us understand what that means for us. Time to bone up on your wireless knowledge!
We're live from Church on the Move in Scenic Tulsa for the Seeds Conference. We talk about intentionality, creativity, and caring enough about the product to make it great. It's not about having the budget COTM has, it's about the desire to do things well.
Have you ever wished you could sit down with a veteran TD an find out what they wished they knew when they started? Tonight is your chance. Our panel talks about lessons they learned the hard way, so you don't have to.
We're back with our friend Todd Elliott this week who shares with us details on the new FILO conference, which is sort of Gurus 2.0. This one-day, regional conference focuses on topics that technical leaders will relate to. We're excited about it, and I know you will be, too!
As you know, LED lighting is all the rage. But how do you go from a cool idea to a finished project if you want to do something a little out of the box? This week, Nick tells us about a great new resource, ledstriplightideas.com. Some cool stuff will come from this...
This week, we tackle the Super Bowl Halftime Show with our resident video expert, Nick Rivero. We talk about the production, the gear and even hear a little wisdom from the show's director. Grab your shark outfit!
The internet is full of advice. But how do you know what advice to listen to and what advice to ignore? Our expert panel helps you suss out the good from the bad and determine who you should just browse on past.
We recap the highlights of the NAMM show this week. Hear about new wireless IEMs from Shure, a new mixer from A&H, updates to the Live Mix system, and new speakers from EV. All this and more!
We know that in order to get a great mix, we need good source material. But how does the sound engineer help the band get the best results? This week, it's all about practical steps we can take to make each weekend the best it can be.
We're back with our graphics experts again this week! This time, we talk about creation tools, compression, video codecs and source material. How to you get ProPresenter to play back video smoothly? We tackle that, too!
This week we dig into graphics! It's all about backgrounds, motion and static. Where to find them, how to curate them, where do you find inspiration and more. Great for anyone responsible for graphical content on weekends.
We're back with Landon from Audinate talking about the best practices for setting up a Dante Network. We tackle switched vs. Redundant, running Dante over your existing IT network and what cable should you use.
This week we uncover the mystery of Dante networking. We talk about the protocol itself, how it works, how it differs from other protocols and about the new Dante Via.
We pick up where we left off last week by talking about the building blocks for the modern worship sound, and with some excellent advice on how to structure rehearsals. Ultimately, it's all about relationships; in this case between tech and band.