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Technologies for Worship Cover Story

Technologies for Worship Cover Story

FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestemailPrintBeing recognized by our peers is a great honor.  It also helps to validate our passion for excellence and for helping our clients make smart decisions when purchasing technology. One of our most successful projects made cover story of the Nov. Technologies for Worship Magazine.  This concrete and glass room is now one of our best-sounding rooms ever.  You’ll also read about how we worked with the architects and client to…

SV&C Webinar: Realities of Integrating Audio Networks with Dante – Practical Interoperability

SV&C Webinar: Realities of Integrating Audio Networks with Dante – Practical Interoperability

FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestemailPrintIf you’re interested in Dante and working with audio networks, you’ll love this.  Sound and Video Contractor asked me to participate in their online webinar about Dante Networking along with Aidan Williams of Audinate and Greg Suchomel from Symetrix.  I presented a case study on our Cornerstone Church design which demonstrates how we have contributed to defying brick and mortar limitations for facility flexibility through the use of controlled, audio…

Sound And Communications Magazine-Small Budget Challange

FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestemailPrintView a PDF of the full article, as seen in Sound & Communications.  By Dawn Allcot Sea Coast Grace Church achieves full AV complement with room to grow. Many churches today hire a consultant and/or designer, along with an audio-video  systems integrator, when they’re completing a major remodeling or new construction  project. In some cases, going with a “one-stop shop” for audio, video and lighting  systems design and installation is…

Recording Snapshots – “Aural-Genic” FEEDBACK

FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestemailPrintHave you ever been on a road trip and have come across one of those scenic stops where you pull over to look out over a picturesque landscape? We often find a vista so photogenic that it compels us to take out our camera and snap a picture, even though we know that it will be available on a postcard at the next ten roadside shops. It’s as if we…