Tired of Iffy Wireless Microphone Performance?
Reasons to add antenna distribution to your wireless microphone systems.
Are Stereo Guitars Actually Stereo?
Mix engineer Dave Stagl demonstrates the difference between a true stereo guitar and a two-channel guitar.
RF Venue Prestonwood Baptist Church Case Study
With as many as 1,000 people onstage and 40 channels of wireless microphones, Prestonwood Baptist Church celebrates the year’s major holidays with ...
Making it Fit
I had a big reminder of how important properly EQ’ing things can be while mixing for my friends at Decatur City Church this week. Rehearsal was going great and everything was sounding pretty good in the room. I commented to several people that I thought I won the lotto this week because I was loving the band and vocalists. The team there is always great, but sometimes there’s just an extra little thing that’s happening.
Cooking with Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen
Church Production Magazine published an article by Dave Stagl in its July issue on working with a lot of “cooks” in the kitchen. You can find the a...
Lessening the Pain of Soundchecks
By David Stagl GoingTo11.com Soundcheck… Sometimes I want to get every church together to get some things straight about soundchecks. If you’re not...
Searching for Parts
By David Stagl GoingTo11.com A lot of mixing is mindset related, and this is something I’ve been thinking about a lot on recent training visits. Th...
Simple Methods for Building Audio Skills Most Church Sound Engineers Neglect
By David Stagl GoingTo11.com I say this over and over and will continue saying it: Mixing is NOT a technical discipline. It’s a craft. It’s an art....