Environmental, Lyrics Projection Among Featured Upgrades At Arkansas Church
By Andres Caamano · September 21, 2017 • In just nine months, Living Faith Church underwent five phases of install upgrades, with the final two phases featuring six Hitachi projectors, four JVC cameras, two Matrox TripleHead2Go modules, a Kramer presentations switcher/scaler, and a pair of Apple iMacs.
Video Production: Six Tips To Creating High-Quality Mobile Videos
By Todd Heft · July 28, 2017 • Your mobile-produced video may not have all the enhancements that you typically do in a video, but the content and overall quality of the images and videos in the clip should be high. This is a reflection of your church.
Video Editing Software: Premiere or Final Cut Pro X?
By Seth Piper · May 9, 2017 • In recent years, Adobe has really put some work into making Premiere one of the best editors around, while Apple moved ahead with Final Cut Pro X.
Media Servers – Dust Off Those Old Tapes
By Tim Dougherty · January 16, 2017 • Deploying a media server technology will provide a sense of control, knowing that most of these technologies are future proof.
Final Cut Pro X Tips for Small Teams
By Chris New · May 24, 2016 • A few options are available for those on a nonprofit budget when looking to get the most out of Final Cut Pro X.
WTD Guide to Video Editing Software: Apple, Avid or Adobe?
By Matt Knisely · April 8, 2016 • A detailed look at the pros and cons between Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.
8 Audio Modulation and Music Creation Apps for Android and iOS
By TD Staff · December 31, 2013 • Audio modulation apps can be considered the next tier of music creation apps. From programable sequencers to vocoder apps, the world of audio modulation is the base from which effect presets and pre-made loops is built. Having control of sound in a creatively focused way is essential for getting the most out of your mobile device as an instrument. Check out apps from developers like Jonathan Mackenzie, Skrivarna Software, Square B, LLC, Alexander Zolotov, VirSyn, Niko Twenty, Alexandernaut and Holderness Media Inc for Android and iOS.
Audio Spectrum Analysis Apps to Help in Setting Up Your Christmas Service Productions
By Curtis Emery · December 1, 2013 • 13 apps specifically designed to convert real-time-audio content into spectrogram graphs for Android and Apple devices.
Church App Advice from The Church App Guy: Part One
By TD Staff · November 1, 2013 • Cindy Davis of TechDecisions interviews Chris Sharpe of The Church App - Part One. With 1.08 billion smartphone users in the world, creating a church app for your house of worship just might make a lot of sense. Thousands of ministries have already. As part of the Worship TechDecisions ongoing series on church apps, I am talking with Chris Sharpe, Marketing Lead at The Church App.
Using Tablets in Digital Signage
By Daniel P. Dern · October 17, 2013 • The tablet is gaining ground in digital signage. First came the iPad and not to long after came Android-based devices. The push, aside from convenience and flexibility, cost. A $500 tablet is far more attractive than a $3,000 display. Plus these tablets are technology that users can interact with immediately, because they are familiar. Whether the tablet use is for digital menus, point of sale, wayfinding or more customized use, the ground gained by these products is growing.
Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell Releases New App for its Mass Notification System
By TD Staff · August 6, 2013 • Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell announced a new iPad app that works with the company’s Emergency Command Center (ECC) mass notification system. The App is free and is available at the Apple iTunes Store. A video can also be found on YouTube. The ECC mass notification system can be integrated with any existing fire alarm system.
Channel Vision 1.3 Megapixel Mini IP Dome Camera Controlled by App
By Robert Archer · July 31, 2013 • The 6532 1.3 Megapixel Mini IP Dome Camera can be used and controlled via a Web browser or through the use of the Channel Vision's smart device app.
7 Pro Audio Apps for Creating Backtracks and Soundscapes
By TD Staff · July 16, 2013 • Generative audio is marked by the revisitation of a tone, or series of tones, to create a constant strain of sound. This stream of sound is usually characterized by reverb or heightened feedback control, which adds ambient sound and tone refraction into the mix. By itself, generative audio is typically termed as drone--a title that comments on the droning sound, which describes the looping effect as it builds under the pressure of ambient sounds and feedback.
HTML5 Helps Bring BYOD into the Fold
By Sharon Fisher · July 2, 2013 • HTML5 is the latest version of HTML and it is a game changer. Once a technology supports HTML5, data and features can be exchanged with other HTML-supported devices easily and without much additional programming.
27 Music Creation Apps for Android and iOS
By TD Staff · June 28, 2013 • While nothing will actually compare to playing physical instruments or gear, there are some great alternatives developed specifically for on-the-go musicians who need to demo a riff, master some tracks or just have fun with some very high-quality digital synths. If we are talking prices, the best audio apps will run you around fifty dollars (or more), but you can expect professional titles to follow such steep price points. I am talking about Cubasis, Cubase's mobile counterpart, and different Korg analog and digital synth apps that are designed to emulate their predecessors with precision.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.