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ChurchProduction.com: First Impression: Line 6 XD-V75-40V Digital Handheld Wireless with Earthworks Premium Capsule

Two manufacturers of high-quality audio equipment have joined forces and products to offer a vocal handheld digital wireless microphone system, with the potential to deliver studio-level audio in a live setting. Using the flagship Line 6 XD-V75 digital wireless as the means of transmission, the full audio potential of the Earthwork’s SR40V handheld microphone may be delivered. Though the system is not yet shipping, I have experienced both separately, and am looking forward to the results of this collaboration.

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ChurchProduction.com: Four Ways to Take Your Lighting to the Next Level

Proper stage lighting is more than throwing up a few spotlights and picking out some lighting colors. Its about human psychology, its about planning, its about possibility, and its definitely about timing. Take your lighting to the next level by learning how these four areas can be applied the next time you walk into the sanctuary.

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ChurchProduction.com: Four Steps to Making Vocals Pop

We have all heard great ways to make vocals sound fantastic. However, they are not necessarily easy or cheap. For those of you that struggle to find that perfect pocket for your vocals in the mix here are a few tips. Disclaimer: some of these tips may require you spending money and some will not.

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ChurchProduction.com: First Impression: Radial SB-5 StageBug Stereo Direct Box for Laptops

What happens when a guest speaker shows up with music or video for their presentation?. Video is easy. The problem is audio—what do you do with that 1/8-inch headphone jack?

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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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ChurchProduction.com: The Effect of Effects

One of the more subjective parts of an audio mix involves the use of effects. Effects seem to be absent in a lot of popular music these days—maybe more albums would be sold if we there were more effects employed? Perhaps a hypothesis for another time…

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ChurchProduction.com: Ustream Cloud Platform Aims To Set Standard For Live Video Streaming

Ustream, a leader in live social video streaming, today unveiled its next-generation streaming technology, marking a new standard for live video streaming capabilities according to the company. The core of the Ustream Cloud Platform centers around the companys proprietary Ustream Content Delivery Network UCDN, Ustream Media Server UMS and Ustream TCP Congestion Control Algorithm UTCP. Together, this advanced technology is designed to provide users with unmatched redundancy, resiliency, and reliability to broadcast-quality live video streams.

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Church Production Magazine Article — Lighting for Worship Cultivate the lighting style that adds impact to your church’s individual wor

As a consultant I work with many different churches in all parts of the country. While working with these churches, I get the privilege of meeting lots of different people and spending time worshipping with them.

If there is anything that I have learned about churches, it is that no two are alike. This is especially true for worship styles, as worship styles are as varied as the people that fill up the churches.

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