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Dan Daley

Bio: Dan Daley is a journalist covering the business of media arts, production, manufacturing, distribution, and related issues globally.

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Low-Frequency Energy (LFE) is getting even lower in church, thanks to Kanye and friends. How will this affect your specifications? Read more

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NAB served up a staggering number of new products in these categories: cameras, wireless audio, and IP technologies, as well as a strong emphasis on products for podcasting. Read more

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Stage boxes and pockets hold not only cable connections, but the keys to an efficient, aesthetically pleasing platform for worship. Read more

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Did you think podcasting was "so 15 years ago"? Think again. With streaming now prominent in churches, podcasting is reborn. Read more

Education

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Riedel.net

As AV systems become more complex, designers are increasingly specifying intercom systems for mid-sized houses of worship. Read more

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Courtesy of L-Acoustics.

“Rider-Ready” has become another consideration for choosing church PA systems, and here's why. Read more

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Access—to racks, wiring, devices, and consumables like lamps—is too often not part of the systems design conversation. For your clients' sake, it needs to be. Read more

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Church.Design queried an independent AV journalist with boots on the ground in Orlando. These are the products and advancements church designers will want to know about. Read more

Education

What do you do about that support column? The good news, many architectural challenges aren't insurmountable. Read more

Education

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unsplash.com; Victor Rodvang

Low-Frequency Energy (LFE) is getting even lower in church, thanks to Kanye and friends. How will this affect your specifications? Read more

Cover Stories

NAB served up a staggering number of new products in these categories: cameras, wireless audio, and IP technologies, as well as a strong emphasis on products for podcasting. Read more

Cover Stories

kylie-lugo-1367094-unsplash-stage pockets.jpg

unsplash.com; Kylie Lugo

Stage boxes and pockets hold not only cable connections, but the keys to an efficient, aesthetically pleasing platform for worship. Read more

Cover Stories

Did you think podcasting was "so 15 years ago"? Think again. With streaming now prominent in churches, podcasting is reborn. Read more

Education

intercom panel riedel.net.jpg

Riedel.net

As AV systems become more complex, designers are increasingly specifying intercom systems for mid-sized houses of worship. Read more

Cover Stories

UW l-acoustics.jpg

Courtesy of L-Acoustics.

“Rider-Ready” has become another consideration for choosing church PA systems, and here's why. Read more

Cover Stories

Access—to racks, wiring, devices, and consumables like lamps—is too often not part of the systems design conversation. For your clients' sake, it needs to be. Read more

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The audio console market sector is gearing up for growth. A timely report from the archives. Read more

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A seasoned journalistic reports on the top 4 (or more) products you need to know about for church design. Read more

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Consultants and specifiers remind us that microphones are a complex category. Here's what you need to know. Read more

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Auralex Acoustics

Church ceilings are the crux of many acoustical issues, but there are ways designers can manage the idiosyncrasies. Read more

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More existing-system AV elements can be kept in new systems designs, reducing costs for churches. Read more

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Who's driving your church client's sound? Software allows for tiered access. Read more

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In most cases, the dedicated monitor mixer should be here to stay. Read more

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The wireless microphone space has become more complicated. Here’s what you need to know. Read more

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Wireless audio mixing on tablets can help a church find and fill the gaps in its sound. Read more

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Audio engineers and consultants must start the process of system selection by asking this important question: "What's your church's worship style?" Read more

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Knowing the way a room will sound ahead of time positively affects church space design and hardware choices. Read more

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