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Vue supports Church Sound University

Vue supports Church Sound University
Samantha Potter and Mike Sokol

Vue supports Church Sound University

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Church Sound University is a touring educational programme delivered by worship audio technicians for fellow worship audio technicians, covering the basics of audio production. The curriculum spans the essentials for church tech teams, including microphones, loudspeakers and mixing consoles, as well as technologies such as RF wireless and networking and skills including skills and techniques for mixing, EQing, miking, recording, webcasting and electrical safety.

Vue Audiotechnik is among several manufacturers, including Allen & Heath, dBTechnologies, Meyer Sound and Rational Acoustics that supports the initiative. The first Church Sound University was held recently at the Taft Avenue Community Church in Orange, CA, with a Vue sound setup.

Taft Avenue Community Church
Taft Avenue Community Church

The mixing course was led by Samantha Potter and conducted in Taft’s main sanctuary. It featured al-4 acoustic linearity line arrays pole-mounted on each side with an hs-20 subwoofer on the floor for low-end reinforcement. Potter demonstrated mixing basics through the al-4 system, highlighting the audible effects of various EQ adjustments on a solo female vocal. She monitored her mixing instructions with foldback from a Vue hm-108a stage monitor.

In a different room equipped with a single pole-mounted hm-108a cabinet, James Stoffo talked attendees through wireless microphone technology. The hm-108a was used to demonstrate various wireless microphones, from handheld dynamic models to cardioid lavalieres. Stoffo discussed the tools available and offered tips to aid in wireless frequency management and optimising reception. He also covered microphone, transmitter and receiver placement.

Vue’s Brandon Rinas
Vue’s Brandon Rinas

Meanwhile, Mike Sokol covered the basics of microphones and loudspeakers in a larger room. He described the basics of point source loudspeakers and line arrays with help from Vue’s house of worship sales engineer, Brandon Rinas. Vue also provided internally illuminated cut-away al-4 and h-12 speakers to allow everyone to see inside the speaker enclosure. The systems featured cut-away internal drivers to provide an understanding of how each part of the loudspeaker works. Sokol addressed the crowd via a pair of h-8 compact high definition loudspeakers to demonstrate the polar pattern response of various microphones. Those in attendance could reportedly hear clearly when Sokol spoke into a microphone correctly and detect the most subtle loss in clarity when he demonstrated improper microphone use.

Rinas received numerous questions and demo requests as a result of the session. Meanwhile, Church Sound University is moving forward with five dates booked in the calendar.



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