Audio Console: Guide to Selection, Training, and Application

by | Audio, Production, Webinars & Podcasts

Join Worship Facility editor Gene Lass and audio engineer and lead instructor for Church Sound University Samantha Potter in a discussion of how to choose the audio console your church really needs, train your production crew in its use, and get the most out of it for your money. Topics will include:

  • How to adjust expectations and timelines due to supply chain problems
  • How to work within a budget
  • How to work with integrators and design specialists
  • Assessing your audio needs vs. wants
  • How I/O (input/output) will help you narrow your choices
  • Mixing, buses, and processing
  • How training is the best investment

Note: For your convenience, a link to the video will be emailed to all registrants, enabling you to watch the video at any time, as many times as you’d like. There will be no simulated live playback session.

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