Author Archives: rickr
I know this is not directly a media or tech topic, but email is an important part of our work every day. Recently I have been noticing that my job would be easier if those I worked with would respond … Continue reading
In this episode I look at a few things I do to prepare for services. We plan, prepare, and execute every week and I think that sometimes the prepare step is not given as much attention as it should.
To take better advantage of the lighting instruments that we rent for our productions we implemented lighting visualization using ESP Vision and Vectorworks. In this episode I share some on how it went and what we learned.
In this week’s Christmas production meeting, as happens every year, we started debating IMAG and if we should do it or not. Mind you, we IMAG part of every service, but this time of year we discuss it more because … Continue reading
After adding multi-tracking in our worship center I have been looking for a standard DAW for us to use. Enter Pro Tools 9.
Open source software has had an impact on the IT community. Would like to see this kind of movment happen in the church production community as well.
As tech directors or ministry leaders we have to sometimes make very large purchasing decisions. In this episode I go over a few things that I use to help me make the best decisions.
Just a brief overview of Jands Vista lighting consoles. Lots of people have been discussing them recently and wanted to share about my experience. Links: Jands Vista – http://www.jandsvista.com
In this episode I talk about virtual sound check or virtual rehearsal. To date this is the best tool that I have installed in the audio booth to help grow audio engineers skills and improve our mixes. Links: ADK Pro … Continue reading
A few different ideas on improving broadcast mixes without breaking the bank.