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Tabernacle Church celebrates 50 years with new name and performance area

Tabernacle Church celebrates 50 years with new name and performance area

Tabernacle Church celebrates 50 years with new name and performance area

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To keep up with continued growth following a half-century of ministry and community service in Clarksville, Tennessee, Tabernacle Church has completed a new construction project, adding 6,000m2 to its campus, including a 1,500-seat performance space. And with the expansion comes a new name – Mosaic Church – to reflect the diverse nature of the HOW’s demographic.

Audio and integration firm Holly Media was asked to oversee the expansion of the performance space, led by owner Fred Holly. “With new dynamics and changing needs, the scope of the ministry has changed – it’s become a new work,” said Holly. “Early on with my ideas for the shape of the room, I didn’t want to encounter any problems later on. I wanted the diffusion to be completely natural – with the splay of the walls and installing surface treatment.”

Holly was referred to RCF product specialist and system designer, Jim Reed, who put together a complete system including 16 (2x8) TTL 55-A active line array modules, four companion TTS 56-AS active subwoofers, two TT 25-CXA active floor monitors and four TT 20-CXA active monitors for the stage. For added coverage, Reed also specified nine HDL 26-A active line arrays for centre and front fills for added coverage. At the helm is an Allen & Health dLive s7000 mixing console.

Once all the products were out of their boxes and flown, Holly was surprised at the time it took to test the sound system. “Literally, out of the box every single thing worked, 16 boxes, we had the network up and we’re firing. Everything was coming together, and the rig sounded amazing – very musical.”

RCF product specialist Zachary Anthony was brought in to provide tuning, optimisation and training. “The sound quality from a TT rig is exceptional and, paired with the acoustic treatments, the room is near perfect,” added Anthony. “I stopped turning up at 110dB at mix position. Listening to that system is like listening to a giant pair of studio monitors – this room is an absolute pleasure to mix in.”



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