Guidelines for Volunteer Sound Engineers: How to Work in Churches and Public Spaces
Previously, we discussed how to choose a sound system for a church or other place of worship.
We will now address how that church sound system is put to use.
Guiding principles for using volunteer sound engineers:
In setting up the sound system in a church or… Read the rest
Satisfy ADA Rules & Make Services More Rewarding With Assistive Listening Devices
Most churches and houses of worship are subject to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
This means that, for public meetings and religious services, ADA-compliant listening systems should be available on premises.
Even houses of worship which are exempt from ADA compliance have found that… Read the rest
Church Sound Systems: Reining in the Volume
Sound engineers struggle against overly loud mixes every time they’re in front of the mixing console of their PA system. And while providing a satisfying mix at non-lethal volumes in a club or concert hall is one thing, mixing on a church sound system is entirely another.
A congregation can include a wide… Read the rest
Get More Than What You Pay For From Your Volunteer Sound Engineer
Getting great sound out of your church or non-profit group’s PA system is critical to keeping your listeners happy- and to getting your message across loud and clear!
But it’s important to remember that your sound engineer is often a volunteer or a part-time professional.
Here are 3… Read the rest