Sound Advice

Quick Tech Tip
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - June 17, 2019
   
What not to do with a Microphone 1. Donít blow into a microphone to see if itís on. Blowing into a microphone can expel moisture into a microphone and besides being disgusting can damage the microphone diaphragm. In...
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The Sound Team
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - May 23, 2019
   
Ultimately, any sound system is only as good as the people operating it. Their ministry is every bit as valid as the music director, the instrumentalist or the choir member. In reality, the effectiveness of the aforemen...
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Room Acoustics 101
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - May 13, 2019
   
Nothing can improve the quality of your church sound system as much as determining the proper placement for your loudspeaker system.† Upgrading your speakers can make changes in the range of 1 to 5 decibels. But simp...
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Quick Tech Tip
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - April 22, 2019
   
At your home, business or church, you probably have a first aid kit to attend to minor emergencies. You also need a sound system emergency kit. Sound systems are often made inoperative by minor problems. For instance, t...
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The Console Switch
By EXW Staff - Sound Advice - April 01, 2019
   
I recently had the opportunity to make the switch from an analog to a digital console. I guess I am one of the old school guys who had to be dragged kicking and screaming into the digital world. I still love the sound...
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Sound Systems: 101
By Van Metschke - Sound Advice - Feb 28, 2019
   
How does sound get from the microphone to the speakers? Well I'm glad you asked! Although systems vary from the simple to the ridiculously complex, all systems flow in generally the same way. It is important that all mem...
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Communication
By Stephen M. Newman - Sound Advice - Feb 21, 2019
   
I have no idea what it's like to be a sound tech in a large church.† The duties and responsibilities are endless each week.† So much to worry about in the way of making it all happen.† So much to rely on with power, mixi...
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The Technical Director
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - Jan 28, 2019
   
Every church has a need for a technical director. Nearly every aspect of church is affected in some way by a technical service or function that needs to be performed by someone. Often times various people with different ...
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Continuity is King
By Van Metschke - Sound Advice - Jan 17, 2019
   
Have you ever been sitting in a service in which you are not serving and wondered, "Wow, this sounds much different than last Sunday"? Maybe you have noticed that some weeks the complaints about the sound are "It's too l...
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The Mixing Console in Worship
By Leon Sievers - Sound Advice - Dec 03, 2018
   
The mixing console can be an intimidating and "phobic" experience for a new sound tech.Modern consoles can feature more than 500 knobs and infinite settings. However, operating a mixing console can be a very rewarding ex...
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