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Join us at Experience 2013

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We’re really excited about exhibiting this fall at an event that brings together our passions for worship and technology! Join us at the Experience Conference at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL, September 3-6. This conference is brought to you BY worship and youth leaders FOR worship and youth leaders. We will be featuring the amazing new Elite Core PM-16 …

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Preparing For Next Season

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Summer is a time of relaxation and vacations, and it usually means an abbreviated regular church service schedule. Although VBS, summer camps, mission trips, and other events step up our efforts, the normal ebb and flow of regular services sometimes takes a brief slowdown. With that in mind, it might be a good time to think about your technology needs …

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Eastern Heights Church

‘Tis the Season for Recording

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Have you ever wanted to record your church’s worship team, choir, or worship leader? As a songwriter myself, I’ve been recording my own and others’ music for over three decades, so I’ve seen lots of changes through the years. Here are some guidelines you may want to consider: Know the reason for the project. Remember the verse “Without a vision, …

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Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks

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Is the expression “thank you” often on your lips? In Luke 6:45, Jesus said that “out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks” I’ve learned through the years that the more thankful I am, the more I express it to God and the amazing people He has put in my life. I just wanted to take a moment …

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Powered vs. Passive Speakers: Why Nobody Is Wrong

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One of the most common questions we hear from churches is whether they should purchase powered speakers and subs, or use passive (unpowered) speakers with amplifiers. This is, of course, entirely dependent on the situation. Just a few of the questions we ask in return are: “Will the system be portable or installed?”, “Will the connections on the installed speakers …

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3 Events You Don’t Want to Miss

The dog days of summer are upon us (and here in Texas they are brutal!), but we are staying busier than ever here at Church Audio Video and ProAudio.com. In the coming weeks, we’ll be participating in three events that every worship leader, church tech and musician should attend. Come join us for some fun in the sun! (Just kidding …

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CSD Group and ProAudio.com Group Form Strategic Alliance

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CSD Group, Inc., an Indiana-based design/build firm offering comprehensive solutions for audio, video and theatrical lighting systems for worship facilities, is joining forces with Texas-based distributor ProAudio.com. CSD customers will gain access to ProAudio.com’s 400+ product lines for post-install equipment needs, allowing CSD to continue their focus on design and systems integration. This new alliance builds on each company’s expertise …

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Looking for a new digital mixer?

Looking for a New Digital Mixer?

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As summer is winding down and fall approaches, you know what that means… Christmas is coming! Many church music departments have already begun planning for their Christmas music productions; if you haven’t yet, it’s time to get started. Here is a question to consider: is your mixing console everything you’d like it to be? If the answer is no, there …

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Essential Gear for Hosting Guest Musicians

Essential Gear for Hosting Guest Musicians

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Have you ever played a concert or led worship at a church and found their equipment to be inadequate? Or perhaps your church is hosting a local or regional artist? Surprising as it may seem, this is not uncommon. I have been leading worship for almost 10 years and I run into this situation quite frequently. Now imagine you are …

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Barry Pike

Building a Better Monitor Mix, Part 2

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Continuing our series on the hot topic of monitoring, the following advice comes from Barry Pike, ProAudio.com Account Manager. A dedicated musician for most of his life, Barry plays electric guitar in three services at his church every weekend. If you read our post from February by Kevin Lorensen, you’ll see some common themes developing: add only what you need …

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