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I recently demoed a Venue console for the first time and wanted to talk about a few of the features I really liked that don’t seem to get much attention.
A quick introduction to Chamsys MagicQ lighting software for Mac, Windows and Linux. Here is a MagicQ tutorial: http://www.onstagelighting.co.uk/training-tutorials/magicq-tutorial-getting-started/
Been working on trying to improve the sound of the some of the rooms at Sugar Creek and that really started me thinking about how the level of the sound system can effect the way that you mix and in … Continue reading
I was recently loaned a AKG CK47 mic that I wanted to try out as a choir mic. In this episode I take some samples from our multi-track recording of a Sunday morning to show how the mic performed against … Continue reading
If you ever need a tool to help with audio cues during a production, Qlab could be that tool. I use it for all audio cues including solo tracks. This is the swiss army knife of audio playback and best … Continue reading
The Apollo Design Right Arm is a DMX controlled moving yoke. You can mount just about any fixture type as well as camera. In this episode I give you what I found out about them after using them for a few months.
At Sugar Creek we made the change to in ear monitors for our praise team about six months ago. The change has been positive, but not without some hitches along the way. In this episode I pass on our experiences.
I wanted to give a review of the Roland M-48 mixers after we have been using them for a few months. Included in this episode is some of the training issues converting musicians from Aviom.
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.