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A Lighting Console’s Most Important Feature: Who Will Be Using It?
By Michael Scott · November 27, 2017 • A professional is going to have much more experience across multiple consoles. However, a novice volunteer who is looking for a new place to serve is not likely to know anything more than what you can teach them.

The First Pre-Emptive Action to Avoid an Audio Failure
By Michael Scott · October 13, 2017 • To adequately prepare for the upgrade process, there are three key areas that you need to invest your thought in: timing, communication, and research.

What’s the Point of IMAG?
By Michael Scott · August 21, 2017 • There is value in using IMAG to, in essence, shrink a worship space. A major point of IMAG should be to help the congregation connect with the people who are leading them in worship.

Volunteers and Audio: Do they Mix?
By Michael Scott · June 30, 2017 • Many churches think their situation demands a professional, when truly there are many faithful people in the church willing to be trained to serve as a volunteer.

Spiritual Health: I Can’t Keep Doing This…
By Michael Scott · April 24, 2017 • Are there times where you are not energized by the amazing work of the Holy Spirit? Do you ever feel this way?

I Got Burned by In-Ears: Solutions
By Michael Scott · March 7, 2017 • For the variety of complaints by users of in-ear monitors, there are often easy fixes that often end up satisfying the musician.

How Best to Coordinate Worship Service Rehearsals
By Michael Scott · October 28, 2016 • When it comes to sound checks and rehearsals, here are some ideas on how to best plan each week to be prepared for service.

Set Design: Do We Really Need It?
By Michael Scott · September 23, 2016 • When considering a new set design for a worship venue, what do we want to communicate with this new set design?

LED Lighting Fixtures: How to Choose the Right One
By Michael Scott · August 12, 2016 • Most often in life, the old adage of 'you get what you pay for' plays out. The same can be said of lighting fixtures.

Live Streaming: Fix the Mix on a Shoestring Budget
By Michael Scott · July 1, 2016 • Broadcast audio is a different animal from live audio, with ambient sound all around you being a key difference during service, versus listening at home.

Communicating with Volunteers:  Success or Disaster?
By Michael Scott · April 7, 2016 • Whether it's email, texting, or through social media, seek to communicate in a convenient way for the people you shepherd over.

Worship Service Planning – Whose Side Are You On?
By Michael Scott · February 25, 2016 • The service planning process from conception to post-service evaluation presents many opportunities for technical staff to strongly support the desires and ideas of leadership.

 Author Search: Michael Scott

A Lighting Console’s Most Important Feature: Who Will Be Using It?
By Michael Scott · November 27, 2017 • A professional is going to have much more experience across multiple consoles. However, a novice volunteer who is looking for a new place to serve is not likely to know anything more than what you can teach them.

The First Pre-Emptive Action to Avoid an Audio Failure
By Michael Scott · October 13, 2017 • To adequately prepare for the upgrade process, there are three key areas that you need to invest your thought in: timing, communication, and research.

What’s the Point of IMAG?
By Michael Scott · August 21, 2017 • There is value in using IMAG to, in essence, shrink a worship space. A major point of IMAG should be to help the congregation connect with the people who are leading them in worship.

Volunteers and Audio: Do they Mix?
By Michael Scott · June 30, 2017 • Many churches think their situation demands a professional, when truly there are many faithful people in the church willing to be trained to serve as a volunteer.

Spiritual Health: I Can’t Keep Doing This…
By Michael Scott · April 24, 2017 • Are there times where you are not energized by the amazing work of the Holy Spirit? Do you ever feel this way?

I Got Burned by In-Ears: Solutions
By Michael Scott · March 7, 2017 • For the variety of complaints by users of in-ear monitors, there are often easy fixes that often end up satisfying the musician.

How Best to Coordinate Worship Service Rehearsals
By Michael Scott · October 28, 2016 • When it comes to sound checks and rehearsals, here are some ideas on how to best plan each week to be prepared for service.

Set Design: Do We Really Need It?
By Michael Scott · September 23, 2016 • When considering a new set design for a worship venue, what do we want to communicate with this new set design?

LED Lighting Fixtures: How to Choose the Right One
By Michael Scott · August 12, 2016 • Most often in life, the old adage of 'you get what you pay for' plays out. The same can be said of lighting fixtures.

Live Streaming: Fix the Mix on a Shoestring Budget
By Michael Scott · July 1, 2016 • Broadcast audio is a different animal from live audio, with ambient sound all around you being a key difference during service, versus listening at home.

Communicating with Volunteers:  Success or Disaster?
By Michael Scott · April 7, 2016 • Whether it's email, texting, or through social media, seek to communicate in a convenient way for the people you shepherd over.

Worship Service Planning – Whose Side Are You On?
By Michael Scott · February 25, 2016 • The service planning process from conception to post-service evaluation presents many opportunities for technical staff to strongly support the desires and ideas of leadership.

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Worship Facilities Magazine, November-December 2017
The November-December 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a review of the 49 New Product Award entries this year, as well as those entries up for Solomon Awards in 2017.

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