In this first of a three-part series, this piece will look into the "why" behind LED walls for worship, and how they can serve as a tool for greatly improved congregational engagement in worship.
Sometimes determining the “who says” that upgrades are necessary, often falls to pastoral leadership, and tech leaders often have a real opportunity to influence for the “what” that needs to be upgraded first.
For a short window of time, electronic technology was a whiz-bang way to get people in the church door. Now it’s the background noise we don’t notice, until we don’t have it.
Give some serious thought to the real channel and bus count that you need now in your worship space and what you anticipate in the future.
Good relationships between the worship team and the audio team are so very important, and they smooth the way to achieving a great worship service.
Whenever possible, look to follow the manufacturer's recommendation to yield the best results and minimize the likelihood of damage to your loudspeakers.
The easiest way to determine where to place acoustic treatment in your worship space is to find any walls at which speakers are directly pointed; put absorption on those walls.
One of the most important parts of setting up a budget is to communicate with leadership throughout that process. That includes listening to their dreams and goals, along with their vision for the ministry.