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Christ Church steps up to dLive

Christ Church steps up to dLive

Christ Church steps up to dLive

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Having struggled with a limited track count, low processing power and a lack of sound and build quality in its previous FOH console, Christ Church in Gilbert, Arizona, has switched brands and chosen an Allen & Heath dLive digital mixing system and ME personal mixing system.

With the assistance of area technical consultant David Ericksson of Church-Technologies, the multi-congregational church has purchased a dLive S7000 console, CDM48 MixRack, a quartet of ME personal mixers and a 10-port ME-U PoE monitor hub. The system design allows backline musicians to tailor their own in-ear mixes, while frontline vocalist monitor needs are simultaneously handled from the FOH dLive console position.

“We’ve been growing so quickly and our tech requirements have really increased lately. I was definitely feeling the pressure to move forward with a more powerful console,” said Christ Church’s production director, Corey Wilson. “Not only a desk with more channels, but with the versatility to send out multiple feeds for broadcast and work well with both internal and external effects.

“We had already heard about Allen & Heath’s dLive series consoles through another church as they raved about how great these consoles were and how easily volunteers could learn it. After further consulting with other users of the dLive, it was clear this would fit us best and give us the ability to grow with the system as our ministry continues to grow. This has been the best live mixing console I’ve ever used – quick and easy to set up and the on-board FX and preamps are out of this world.”



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