Audio Mixing Consoles
New Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Offers PM10 User Experience
By TD Staff · February 7, 2018 • With 120 input channels, 60 mix buses, 24 matrices, and a comprehensive selection of 48 top-quality plug-ins, the PM7 provides a mixing capacity comparable to the PM10.
Audio Mixing Consoles: With Many Choices, Cadac, Waves Models Could Be A Fit
By Mike Anderson · January 19, 2018 • Sometimes we miss out on some great products that are on the market, such as the CDC six or the eMotion LV1, that might be an even better option for us, because they don’t get the recognition those other well-known choices do.
Best Performing 2017 Worship Tech Director Pieces Worth Second Look, Part 2
By TD Staff · December 27, 2017 • Thanks to nearly 60 writers this year, readers of Worship Tech Director had numerous articles to enjoy over the course of this year. Five in particular stood out, with this the second to be highlighted.
Lawo Launches Online Academy for mc² Console Trainings
By TD Staff · November 14, 2017 • The 3-4 hour course is focused on how to operate a Lawo mc²56 console, and is comprised of six chapters, with participants eligible to earn a certificate after passing an exam.
Allen & Heath’s New SQ Series a 96kHz Digital Mixing Powerhouse
By TD Staff · October 26, 2017 • Two models offer a choice of size and control configuration. The rack-mountable SQ-5 has 16 onboard preamps, 17 faders and 8 softkeys while the SQ-6 provides 24 preamps, 25 faders, 4 assignable rotary controls and 16 softkeys.
Audio Mixing Consoles: Account for Skill Levels, Inputs/Outputs, Processing
By Jeff Snyder · October 26, 2017 • The audio desk is the heart of your audio system. If you don’t believe me, think about the last time you had feedback or a dead microphone…
Audio Mixing Consoles: Focus On Budget, Functionality, End User
By Sebashtian Warrick · October 24, 2017 • Functionality is a huge part of what you will spend your time looking at as you decide to upgrade. Just make sure to do your research and plan for the future, not the present.
Millennial Mixing: A NextGen Approach to Consoles, People
By Gregory Kayne · July 12, 2017 • In the end, there is no substitute for research, hard work and implementation when it comes to choosing the right consoles.
Audio Mixing Consoles: Defining Auxes, Groups, VCAs, Matrixes
By Mike Sessler · July 10, 2017 • Take a closer look at how each of these four systems work as a part of audio mixing consoles.
Tennessee Church Completes Multi-Phase Audio Upgrade
By Andres Caamano · May 2, 2017 • After the L-Acoustics Kiva I line arrays were installed, the new system eliminated major coverage issues throughout the worship space.
Sound System Engineering: Monitors Still Need the Audio Tech
By Grant Norsworthy · April 28, 2017 • The obvious, open warfare of speaker wedge volume has shifted to be guerrilla warfare, and the audio engineer still has an imperative role to play.
At NAB, Microphones Equal Many Choices
By Andres Caamano · April 26, 2017 • On the second day at the conference in Las Vegas, a number of new products were highlighted by mic manufacturers, along with LED walls, audio consoles and lighting systems.
Audio Mixing Consoles: Budget, Stewardship Go Hand in Hand
By Mike Anderson · March 24, 2017 • When planning a purchase of an expensive piece of audio/visual equipment, it should be planned to be used for 10 years.
Audio Mixing Consoles: More to Success Than Latest, Greatest
By Tom Noble · March 22, 2017 • Knowing what was done with an EMI TG12345 console nearly 50 years ago, it puts into context what can be done with the consoles of today, and how a solid technique is what will really drive your mix.
Audio Mixing Consoles: Best to Plan for Future Growth
By Kirk Denson · March 15, 2017 • If you’re committed to your audio team, their view of digital audio mixing consoles should be considered before investing in that technology.
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.