2012 WATS Event Dallas, TX

Worship and Technology Leaders Team Up to Improve Your Skills

Now in its fifth year of bringing technical expertise to those who work and volunteer in houses of worship, summit sponsors Shure, Yamaha, Elation Lighting and Renewed Vision are once again underwriting the cost of the two-day conference in three locations throughout 2012 so that as many church worship teams as possible can attend.

At just $149 for an intensive-two day workshop, you and your staff can get hands-on training from top tech engineers and world class musicians who have worked with an impressive line-up of artists, including Chris Tomlin, Paul Baloche, Twila Paris, Amy Grant, Israel Houghton, Matt Redman, Don Moen, Michael W. Smith, Leeland, Ron Kenoly, Tommy Walker and many others.  Shure’s Senior Applications Engineer Tim Vear (who authored “Audio Systems Guide for Houses of Worship”) will be on hand to lead sessions on mics and wireless systems.

You’ll find yourself at the controls of top-quality gear, applying what you’ve learned to the situations you face in your church, all under the guidance of world-class experts who have extensive teaching experience. All skill levels are welcome and training will be presented in structured tracks, allowing you and your staff to begin with the basics and build on your knowledge with a series of increasingly advanced class offerings.

Meals and lodging are available onsite at nominal charges and group discounts also apply. In-depth two-day tracks will include Audio, Musician, Media, Lighting and Vocal. One-day Bootcamps for Audio and Media basics are offered, too.

Here’s the schedule for the Dallas, TX event:

First Baptist Dallas

Bootcamp:  October 25, 2012

Conference:  October 26–27, 2012

Find out more about WATS or register at www.gotowats.com

Davida Rochman

A Shure associate since 1979, Davida Rochman graduated with a degree in Speech Communications and never imagined that her first post-college job would result in a life-long career that had her marketing microphones rather than speaking into them. Today, Davida is a Communications Manager, lending her skills to a wide spectrum of activities – from public relations and social media to content development and sponsorships.

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