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Some of our best and most popular episodes of Church Tech Weekly
A great discussion on the tools of our craft, and a reminder that we all face similar challenges.
It's time for a deep discussion about worship, being encouraged, having a network and being cynical. Get your notebook out, you'll need it!
We talk about making it through tough times, getting on board with the vision of the church and how to solve morale problems (among other things). It's a great episode with lots of laughs and truth.
It's all about reverbs and delays this week! Our panel of experts talk about how they use reverb & delay, what settings they start with and how to get the most out of the gear you have.
Our guest this week is Karl Winkler of Lectrosonics. We have a great discussion around RF issues, proper selection and setup of wireless mic's, and some general audio geekery.
Our special guest this week is Robert Scovill, award winning concert sound engineer and Sr. Specialist for Avid Technologies. We talk with Robert about mixing, both on the road and in a church setting, how we can improve our mixing skills, and navigating the people side of audio.
Nigel is back! Once again we're talking video with our resident video expert, Nigel Spratling. This week, it's delay management, format conversion and master planning tips.
Another visit Bob Heil interview! Bob talks with us about phase, ham radios and how he designs mics with 40 dB of rear rejection. Plus, some fun demonstrations!
Bob shares with us how he got his start in the industry and his incredible passion for great sound.
Join us as we talk with Nigel Spratling from Ross Video about audio/video delay.
Again we're joined by Nigel Spratling to talk about black burst, tri-sync and genlock.
This week the panel talks a lot about lighting design, color correction, color rendering index and how to improve your lighting technique.
This week, we talk about producing the Passion conference video from as well as some outstanding tips for video directors and camera operators.
This week, we get into a pretty deep discussion about the need for art in the church, the meaning of technology and ask if we are part of the problem or part of the solution.