A collection of some of our most viewed and retweeted posts.
A four-part series on figuring out how to get to the right volume for each church. Often times, it's not just a loudness issue. There is typically a lot more going on.
We take a look at how the "old" standby, the Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 stacks up against the newer Beheringer X32 and the even newer Roland M200i.
How much an item costs is not simply the amount on the invoice. Operating, maintenance, repair and replacement costs all must figure into the equation.
A 6-part series on the characteristics common to the greatest technical artists I know.
If you want to earn the respect of your leadership, do a good job. It’s really that simple.
I suck at Sabbath. I’m really good at a lot of things, but taking a Sabbath is not one of them.
This "magic box" somehow will give you an extra 10-20 dB of gain before feedback. Magic!
As much as we might wish our leadership team would recognize what we do, they probably won’t.
Good Stewardship is not how much money you don’t spend--it’s how much you don’t waste.
If I’m honest, I often feel quite inconvenienced at Christmastime, especially when Christmas falls on the weekend.
If you interact with techies on a regular basis, it would behoove you to learn these languages and figure out which one your techie responds to most favorably.
Even with a production budget that exceeds most church’s annual budget (probably by a factor of 2-10), things still went horribly wrong.
I've spoken with more than one Sr. Pastor or other church leader who just wants the sound to be "right," but doesn't really have a handle on how complicated the task of getting there is.