This week, Van interviews Todd Elliott. They talk about FILO So Cal and the glamorous life of a Christian Band Touring engineer.
This week we present Mike and Van Live from the YouTubes. We talk about a bunch of stuff, but mainly about how we don’t really like Blackmagic. At all.
We lost a great friend this week. Andrew Stone left us for heaven. With a heavy heart, I’m going to replay the first episode he joined us on. This was from back in March, 2012. Andrew went on to be one of our most frequent guests. I encourage you to go back and listen to those shows. They were gold.
This wee we talk personal mixing. Specifically, how to address the concerns of musicians who are resistant to moving to a personal mixing solution. We also discuss some best practices to make the transition smooth.
Van is back again this week with Joe Way. Joe has been a TD, has written a book and is now director of media at a university. Van and Joe talk about how church and higher ed are similar and different, and upcoming educational opportunities for techs.
This week Van interviews Lee Fields from Bayside Church and MXu. They discuss all things volunteers, MXu and of course, Christmas movies.
Inspired by a true story, Mike tackles the subject of tech booth backup. Now that everything we do is done on a computer, it’s imperitive we have backups of all show and config files. Don’t skip this step!
Mike’s back in the car talking priorities. As a TD, you have many things competing for your attention and time. How do you properly prioritize all those things? Which things are important, and which are merely urgent? Listen in and find out.
Van’s back in the truck and he’s talking about how to spark passion in your volunteer team. Some team members seem content to do average work every week. Van has some thoughts on how to help move them to the next level.