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Sound, Lighting and Video: A Resource for Worship by Brad Herring

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CHAPTER 6

Electronic Processing

Most churches in America (and elsewhere for that matter) are primarily using a microphone, a mixer, a systems equalizer, and loudspeakers. Many churches are fighting to maintain some level of control with just a few components and would be quick to ask, “Why would I want to add more components into the equation? ”

My first response would be, if your church can’t get a most basic mix without feedback, dropped microphone cues, and the other mere basics, then you probably shouldn’t add anything else to the mix.

However, electronic processing can offer huge advantages to your mix. Therefore, if you fall into the category of churches that can’t keep their head above water (technically speaking), you should do everything ...

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