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01.14.2013| By Shure Notes|
Contributor: Tim Vear One of the ways that we zero in on what you want from us is to check in with Senior Applications Engineer and Shure Answer Man Tim Vear. Not only is he …
08.01.2012| By Shure Notes|
Contributor: Josh Isenhart, Consultant, Sound Engineer Worship Technology Solutions, Markey’s Rental and Staging “The point is this: good sound is good sound. A church building is really a performance space, and all of the rules of sound reinforcement apply.” Josh Isenhart is a freelance audio engineer and consultant for church technical ministries. Having sat through many a budget discussion, we knew he’d have some sound opinions about building a solid system to share with our readers. This is what he had to say. 1. Old Isn’t Necessarily Bad Before you start drafting that shopping list, …
03.05.2012| By Shure Notes|
More powerful. Less expensive. And widely accepted. Today, congregations large and small are benefiting from improved sound quality and lower stage volumes. The guitarist, in order to hear himself better, turns his amplifier up. The singers need more monitor level to compete with the rest of the praise band. The cycle of escalating stage volume begins again – reducing the overall sound quality and worship experience, especially in a high-ceilinged, hard surface environment designed for choirs and acoustic instruments. An article in Millimeter quoted worship leader Craig Sibley as saying “Stage volumes in churches have …