This week Van interviews Brent Allan. They discuss the importance of knowing your systems. This is especially true for when you come into a new position. Get to know how things work in your room.
This week Mike talks about stewardship. Not the kind where you get the cheapest thing possible, but the kind where you get the best value for the money spent. He also talks about a new product he got to install, which was, incidentally, good stewardship.
Tonight Mike talks about his #1 audio pet peeve—too much compression in the mix. Not only does it sound bad, it’s exhausting. And worship is tough when you’re being exhausted by the mix.
This week Van talks about his thoughts on how to recruit and train volunteers. There are few better than Van at building volunteer teams. You’ll do well to learn from his wisdom.
This week Mike talks tech booths. He goes through best practices on size, design elements, how to lay them out and how to keep coffee cups from accumulating on the front wall.
This week Van is here to give you ten suggestions to take care of yourself to stay healthy for this year. It’s good advice for every year, come to think of it.
This week, Mike offends everyone with a diatribe on why the ancient practice of getting three bids for an AVL project is a dumb idea. More than that, he’ll tell you the better way to do it. Don’t miss this one…
Van is back this week with an interview with Brent Allan. Brent talks about his journey from volunteering with Van to a career in tech leadership.
It’s a new year and we’re back with new episodes. This week, Mike talks about his experience designing and installing the Wavefront Precision Mini from Martin Audio. It’s a small speaker system that sounds much bigger than it has a right to.
This week, Mike is in the car talking about the bro deal. Sometimes, the bro deal is a good thing. Other times, it goes very, very badly.