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ChurchProduction.com: Taming the Beast: 5 Ways To Overcome Drum Volume

The truth is that the drummer hates being in “the plexiglas box,” and would probably do anything to get out of it.

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ChurchProduction.com: First Impression: Whiteley Solutions Phoenix LX Drum Enclosure

Whiteley Solutions is an acoustic design company that has created a line of high-end drum enclosures specifically designed for church use. Their product line of Phoenix full drum enclosures provide up to 39 dB of reduction on the stage. This helps vocalists and other musicians on stage to hear themselves better. It also allows the FOH engineer to mix drums with studio-like separation. What audio engineer wouldn’t mind having that?

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ChurchProduction.com: Taming the Beast: Top 5 Ways To Overcome Drum Volumes

As contemporary church services evolve, the worship experience is taking a more professional, concert-style look. Even traditional churches are spending money on better sound systems, more powerful, colorful lights, and larger video screens. However, there is no bigger mood killer than that awkward, see-through plexiglass room in the middle of the stage. The only alternative for most churches would be electric drums, and that is definitely not rock n roll.

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Engineers Guide To Tuning and Damping Drums

t’s heartbreaking when an otherwise great recording is ruined by a poorly set up drum kit. The engineer needs to know as much as the drummer about getting this instrument ready for a session…

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