Audio

By Kent Morris · March 17, 2017
Some see a method of regulating tempo and establishing new musical styles, others envision noise and an infiltration of secular values. Here's a look at approaches and options.

WFM Staff · March 24, 2017
Build an inclusive congregation by serving the hard of hearing.

WFM Staff · March 23, 2017
A mobile, two-way communication system makes it easy for groups of two or more people to listen and talk with the push of a button.

Jim Kumorek · March 16, 2017
National shows featuring audio, video, lighting training to assist house of worship technical production teams.

M Wagner · March 07, 2017
A look at the options available for church acoustic treatments

Jim Kumorek · February 22, 2017
Wireless microphones are found in most churches. Over the last decade the FCC has repurposed some of the frequency spectrum. What does this mean for Houses of Worship?

WFM Staff · February 22, 2017
The seven-time Grammy Award winner’s current tour leg takes him and six fellow artists to over 30 arenas across the States with a pair of DiGiCo SD10 consoles and an innovative workflow flexibility that keeps a complex set of shows running smoothly night after night

By Matt Knisely · February 16, 2017
There are arguably three top players in the realm of editing software. Who is right for your church's video projects? Will you choose Apple, Avid or Adobe? Decisions, decisions.

WFM Staff · February 08, 2017
Easily assembled, lightweight and movable, the shell’s towers and ceiling panels fit together to create an acoustically sound enclosure for any worship space.

By Bryan Gowing · February 03, 2017
Do it right the first time and avoid the "inventive" systems cobbled together by well-meaning folks.

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