Live Mixing

By Chris Huff · July 26, 2017
You hear talk of people transitioning into the wonderful world of digital mixing, but you never hear of what happens after they make the transition.

WFM Staff · July 21, 2017
"The biggest thing for me has been the ability to walk up to the console and say 'this is what I want you to be today' - and I know it will be consistent; it will sound just as good no matter what I throw at it.”

Jim Kumorek · July 13, 2017
There is often frustration with church leadership when things go wrong with AVL during services, especially if the problem isn’t addressed quickly and fixed by those serving that weekend. There’s a good reason why this happens.

By Brad Duryea · June 08, 2017
Remember that remote viewers/listeners will have a significantly different experience than those in the room during worship.

Jim Kumorek · April 24, 2017
Personal monitor mix systems, technology that allows band members to create their own monitor mixes, are increasingly popular in houses of worship. Ten years ago there were few available, today there are many manufacturers. Here's a selection suited for church use.

By Mike Sessler · April 14, 2017
Before you land on one console it is wise to check out the whole picture.

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 Chris Huff · January 13, 2017
Given the choice between mixing and setting up the stage, a tech would probably choose mixing. However, working on the stage first, gives a tech everything they need for mixing.

By Brad Duryea · December 30, 2016
One of church productions bigger challenges is finding the right mix in the venue live, but then a much different one for streaming.

By Gary Zandstra · December 07, 2016
It's been said many times but bears repeating: “Technology is best when it's transparent."