Danley Sound Labs Moves First Baptist Church Claremore
By TD Staff · August 24, 2015 • The system Barton designed uses four Danley SH-60 full-range boxes in a tight-pack cluster above the front of the stage with a Danley TH-412 subwoofer behind it. The room is a broad fan shape, and the SH-60 cluster provides that broad coverage. Like a single pebble dropped in still water, it does so without introducing interference.

Company Spotlight: Vectorworks
By Lauren Campbell · August 19, 2015 • Vector works not only caters to the needs of large worship facilities, but also caters to the lighting, sound and AV staff.

Tempest Launches World’s Quietest And Most Elegant Projector Enclosures
By TD Staff · August 17, 2015 • Tempest has introduced the attractively-designed LIZA, a breakthrough in noise attenuating enclosures capable of reducing mid-range projector noise to world-beating levels as low as, and beyond, 1dB.

Danley Plug-and-Play Speaker and Sub Easily Converts Standard Gyms Into Contemporary Worship Spaces
By TD Staff · August 17, 2015 • As excitement and attendance grew, First United called on veteran praise band guitarist and sound system design guru Scott Oliver, owner of Centerline Audio Visual, to replace the temporary sound reinforcement system it had been using with a permanent system.

Church on the Move Shines, Enhances With Hitachi and Renewed Vision
By Lauren Campbell · August 14, 2015 • In Tulsa, OK, Church on the Move wanted to engage the younger generation of congregants by relying on video production in order to create more dynamic and engaging services. To do this, they called upon Hitachi and after they did an on-site demo, the project team knew they found their match.

Eiki Projectors Contribute to Vibrant Services at Miami Vineyard Community Church
By TD Staff · August 14, 2015 • As a nondenominational house of worship with a contemporary vibe, Miami Vineyard Community Church is neighborhood focused and offers its congregation a wide range of programs.

Roland Introduces Compact M-5000C Live Mixing Console
By TD Staff · August 12, 2015 • Roland’s Professional A/V division announces the M-5000C Live Mixing Console. The M-5000C is the newest addition to the growing line of O.H.R.C.A.-based consoles from Roland that provide powerful features at an affordable price point.

Look What’s Happening at WFX This Year – A Preview
By TD Staff · August 11, 2015 • WFX 2015 reflects the tone and culture of Nashville as it focuses on the current and future needs of churches from across the country.

Martin Audio MLA System Solves Problems At Calvary Church
By TD Staff · August 11, 2015 • Clark, a full-service design, engineering and integration firm specializing in Houses of Worship, recently deployed a Martin Audio sound system based on MLA arrays as part of an audio upgrade to solve late reflection problems on stage and ensure consistent coverage in the huge 5,000-seat sanctuary of the Calvary Church in Charlotte, NC.

Top 10 Pieces of Video Equipment You Need for Your Worship Space
By Lauren Campbell · August 5, 2015 • Video for your place of worship goes beyond cameras. You will need siwtchers, lights, mixers and more. Worship TechDecisions goes over just what you need in order to prepare your ministry for video.

Commercial Integrator Hosting Free Projector Webinar This Week
By Lauren Campbell · August 3, 2015 • WorshipTechDecisions’ sister site, Commercial Integrator, will host a free webinar called “Matching the Right Projector and Format for Your Project” this coming Wednesday, August 5th. The webinar will address integrators’ role in selecting the right projector for specific spaces and. . .

Willow Creek Community Church Simplifies Audio Routing with Dante Media Networking
By TD Staff · July 31, 2015 • Audinate’s industry leading networking solution Dante helped Willow Creek Community Church, a Chicago metro area house of worship solve the problem of distributing high-quality audio to close to 20,000 congregants each week.

Two California Churches Rely on Hitachi, Panasonic to Deliver Their Message
By Lauren Campbell · July 29, 2015 • In the sunny state of California, two worship spaces knew they needed to enhance the worship experience with the use of high-quality projectors during their service. From displaying important messages to hymnals, the projectors have brightened the service and made the congregants feel more connected and involved.

Calvary Chapel Upgrades Access Control with Viscount Enterprise Freedom Access Control System
By TD Staff · July 28, 2015 • Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale is an evangelical mega-church with more than 25,000 worshipers and nine regional campus locations across Florida that was founded in 1985. The main campus itself spans a 75-acre area with five buildings including Calvary Christian Academy, a pre-K to 12th grade school that serves 2,000 students.

7 Push Notifications That Will Increase Church Attendance
By Adam Weber · July 27, 2015 • Considering a whopping 91 percent of smartphone owners are rarely an arm’s length away from their phones, push messages have a unique ability to communicate with users without being gated by an inbox or screened by a phone number.

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