We produce podcasts that deal with audio, video, presentation graphics and lighting in a house of worship setting. However, the techniques are applicable in any professional production environment.
Church Tech Arts Webinars-Analog vs Digital pt2
The guys are back to talk about a few things that might appear deceiving about analog and digital desks, talk about various applications where one might be a better fit than the other and take a look at the future of audio mixing.
Church Tech Arts Webinars-Analog vs Digital pt1
Dave, Jason & Mike debate the relative merits of analog versus digital mixing consoles. While you might think the three would universally support digital (since all are regular digital users), you'd be wrong. Tune in for a lively discussion.
Church Tech Arts Webinars Line Arrays or Point Source
Mike, Dave & Jason enter into a lively discussion regarding the pros and cons of the most popular types of loudspeaker systems on the market; Line Arrays and Point Source. It's pretty clear early on that we each have strong opinions on the matter. Yet at the end of the day, we agree that the best system is one that's properly designed for the room in question.
Church Tech Arts Mixing Pt. 2 Webinar
This month, Mike, Jason & Dave delve further into the art of mixing. Topics include getting the low end right, stereo and imaging, advanced guitar micing and aux feeding your hi-hat. It's a great conversation.
Church Tech Arts Mixing Webinar
This month, Mike, Dave & Jason discuss one of their favorite topics: Mixing! Learn about getting the low end right, the importance of good sources and a few tricks to make your mix better this week. Learn more from Dave on his website, www.goingto11.com, from Jason at productionnuts.blogspot.com and Mike at www.churchtecharts.org.
Volume: Must Have Balance
Mike & Dave tackle the age-old question of volume. We touch on topics such as, overall levels, level equivalents, A-Weighting and C-Weighting, spectral balance, and a few other surprises, including "How loud is too loud?"
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