Can your sound technician hear what the congregation is hearing?

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That question seems like it should have an obvious answer, right?  Unfortunately, that's not always the case. For years, we've debated with archite...

Planning for 2022 - the State of the Pro AVL Supply Chain

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Have you tried to buy a new car, a used car, a refrigerator, a couch, or a power amplifier lately?  It's not easy.  And it costs more than it used ...

Everything old is new again.

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Since 2010, the FCC has been moving broadcasters and other casual users out of the 700Mhz and the 600MHz portions of the radio frequency (RF) spect...

It's that time - to prepare for Christmas

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I know that you're still thinking about back-to-school and back-to-church, since it's still summer and August just started.  The Christmas music is...

Selecting an AVL firm - Can you have it all?

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After looking at a couple new buildings for office space this morning, I had lunch with an architect who does lots of design and project planning f...

How we think.

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When we "met" on the phone, I think that Mike Sessler and I hit it off because we both like to Think Different.  See his recent blog post about tha...

Help, our wireless microphone doesn't work!

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I was trying to talk on the phone today and one of our guys was laughing, almost uncontrollably, to the point that I had a hard time hearing the p...

Gurus 2013 - reality at Willow Creek

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After two days of mad catch-up and long drives to and from Chicago, I have to say that it was worth it.  I came back from the Gurus of Tech confe...

The death of the analog mixing console

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Winter NAMM 2013 - mark it.  The era of the analog mixing console for the worship setting is over.  With the announcement and introduction of new p...