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10.11.2012| By Shure Notes|
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 …tagsBiola UniversityCathedral of FaithElation LightingLifeway Ridgecrest Conference CenterRenewed VisionWATSWorship Arts Technology SummitYamaha
07.11.2012| By Shure Notes|
Contributor: Mike Overlin, Manager of Worship Resources Yamaha Corporation When it comes to recorded music, the mixdown is the crucial step where the individual recorded tracks of each instrument or vocal are combined to make the finished master. Much of what we do when we’re tracking a song is designed to give us as much flexibility and control as possible in the mix down stage, for example: We close-mic instruments and isolate them from one another to minimize their interaction with each other. We record our vocals separately so that only the voice (and nothing …