Learn Church sound mixing
at your own workstation from a pro-sound engineer.
Visit our new NoShockZone blog at
www.NoShockZone.org. You'll learn all about
basic electricity and how to stay around sound
systems. And if your praise team travels in an RV or
bus, there's a new section on RV electrical safety.
HowToSeminars channel on
YouTube with videos about how to use a voltmeter,
proper grounding, why too much current overheats
extension cords lots more safety info.
for the latest April 2012 SoundBytes Newsletter
featuring an article by Mike Sokol on why music gets
LOUDER the longer we play.
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Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart...
We're often asked why we spend
so much time on the road teaching churches across the country. The
best answer is that it's a call to teach. Our decades of experience
in the magazine and music production worlds prepared us for
teaching, and we feel comfortable in that setting, knowing that the
chance to help instruct thousands of churches in their own sound
ministry is a calling. This is indeed our teaching ministry. And
while the long hours driving on the road and setting up gear is
pretty grueling, we must remind ourselves that Christ never took the
easy road either.
We have learned that anything worth doing
is worth doing well. And while your own work to provide better
worship sound may appear thankless at times, remember that this is
being done to His Glory, not your own. Thanks for your support of
this important ministry.