Acoustical Treatments: When Selecting Panels, Look to Absorption
By Tom Noble · May 18, 2018 • When comparing 20 Hz and 20 kHz (the top and bottom limit of human hearing), the waveform for 20 Hz is near 56 feet long, while a 20 kHz wave is only 0.6 inches long.
Soundcraft Ui24r Review: Ideal Choice for Musicians on the Move
By Adrian Gates · May 10, 2018 • The Ui software far surpassed my initial expectations. The way the user can page from managing preamps, to working the main mix, to adjusting an aux bus is easy and natural.
Modern Day Gold Rush: Don’t Be LED Astray
By Stefan Svard · May 1, 2018 • While the actual individual LED on an LED wall may last 10-20 years, based on the 100,000-hour maximum — when looking at all the parts, and not just the LEDs — some panels can be expected to have failures much sooner.
Creative Projection: Don’t Get Boxed Into Typical Gear Usage
By Kevin Penrod · April 30, 2018 • A few years back, I decided that I would take the resources I have been blessed with, and start to think about how to use them in the ways I’m called to, and to then push them to their limits.
Budgeting and Maintenance: Value Stewardship, Wise Use of Resources
By Stephen Botts · April 26, 2018 • Nothing lasts forever, so it helps when sitting down with a finance team or an officer, and pointing at items on a spreadsheet, that we know what will come out of rotation for reliability.
Hitachi Cameras Enhance Television Ministry at Texas Church
By TD Staff · April 25, 2018 • Z-HD6000 studio cameras and DK-H200 box cameras deliver superior image quality for local IMAG and worldwide broadcasts, as church spreads its message beyond its walls.
Doing Video on a Budget: Plan, Research and List
By Luke Ward · April 24, 2018 • It’s doubtful that anyone is going to hand you a blank check when getting financial approval for the hardware or software that you are looking to get.
4K Cameras: Camera, Lens Combination Crucial in Handling Tough Lighting
By Stefan Svard · April 19, 2018 • With the upgrade to 720p, then to 1080p, and now 4K and beyond – that makes for far greater detail to be shown to your audience. This leads to the need for greater detail being paid to what you are capturing.
Video on a Budget: Seek Cost-Effective Solutions Over Cutting Corners
By Marcus Hammond · April 12, 2018 • Poorly designed and underpowered church video systems are oddly prolific. It’s your job, as a steward of the video system at your church, though, to instead push for the right tool in the right application, for maximum impact.
Doing Video on a Budget: Buy What You Need To Get Going, Start With A Plan
By Ralph Hicks · April 12, 2018 • If you are still capturing video in SD, and are looking to jump to HD (1280 by 720 pixels) or even Full HD (1920 by 1080 pixels), know you'll likely have to change out most of your cables, screens, and cameras.
2nd Day at NAB Offers Mix of Audio, Video, Lighting Solutions for Churches
By Andres Caamano · April 11, 2018 • An intriguing number of products, ranging from all-in-one video switchers to microphones featured on conference exhibit floor.
Once Finished, Make Intro Video Easy to Share, Find
By Karl Vaters · April 10, 2018 • After shooting and editing the video, feature it on your website and Facebook page. This video will be one of your church’s main front doors, so treat it that way.
A Quick, Inexpensive Way to Shoot a Great Video Greeting for Your Church
By Karl Vaters · April 6, 2018 • For first-time visitors to your church, show them things like how to get to your church, while showing them the perspective of what they would see first, whether it is your church building, or the church's sign.
An Easter Short Film
By Brent Mann · April 6, 2018 • One of two short films created for Highland Village Church in Bloomington, Indiana for this Easter season.
An Easter Short Film
By TD Staff · April 6, 2018 • One of two short films created for Highland Village Church in Bloomington, Indiana for this Easter season.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.