Nov 1, 2016
Many churches suffer from poor sound in their sanctuaries. It doesn't have to be that way. Today we cover seven principles that you can apply immediately to improve the sound in your church's sanctuary, whether you're in a big church or a small church. Enjoy the practical advice in this episode, and may it help you get clearer, cleaner, better sound for the glory of God!
A good sounding system in a bad sounding room will still sound bad. -Tweet That!
When arranging your song, spread your band's parts across the frequency spectrum to improve your sound. -Tweet That!
No amount of EQ is going to fix crappy cymbals. -Tweet That!
The sound tech is the most important person in the room (besides the Holy Spirit). -Tweet That!
Clearsonics Drum Shield
Clearsonics Drum Shield with Roof
Allen & Heath ME-1
Behringer PowerPlay P-16M
Behringer PowerPlay P1
Art Headphone Amp
Tech21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI
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