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Eastminster Church goes live

Eastminster Church goes live

Eastminster Church goes live


In order to provide for its growing congregation, Eastminster Church in Wichita, Kansas has installed a mixing system by Allen & Heath for FOH and ME-1 mixers for on-stage monitoring.

The setup consisted of a dLive C Class system with C3500 surface, CDM32 MixRack, a Dante Card and two DX168 expanders, as well as an Allen & Heath ME personal mixing system for monitoring with eight ME-1s and an ME-U Hub. ‘Our previous digital mixer didn’t give us the flexibility we needed or the ability to make quick changes between services, so we began to search for a replacement,’ said Nick Hofmeister, director of technology at Eastminster. ‘I personally own a Qu-16 and I love the workflow on that mixer so, for me, the first place to look was Allen & Heath. The dLive has the channel count they needed along with scene recall for quick changeover between services and the dLive connects natively to the ME-1s for personal monitor mixing.

‘Our sound booth is almost three stories up and 30m from the band so it’s difficult to get a good mix,' he furthered. 'With the MixPad app, I can walk around anywhere and mix. That’s been a real game-changer for us. We’ve been very happy with the dLive’s internal effects which sound very natural and I’ve received tons of compliments from people about the sound. Also, the band really appreciates the dLive’s low latency in their monitor mixes and we’ve noticed a distinct improvement in the clarity of speakers’ voices as they preach.’

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