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Shalom Evangelic Church turns to AEQ Capitol IP

Shalom Evangelic Church turns to AEQ Capitol IP

Shalom Evangelic Church turns to AEQ Capitol IP


With parishioners told to exercise caution during their religious practice, radio has proven to be a powerful tool for Shalom Evangelic Church, located in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid. Pastor Ciprian Fratean has chosen a Capitol IP mixing console from AEQ for the HOW’s radio station to help volunteers produce intuitive programmes without operating difficulties. One of the main features of the Capitol IP is the wide input availability: four microphone/line, 12 analogue, four AES/EBU digital and two stereo USB inputs, two optional phone lines and multichannel digital links, including 16 audio-over-IP channels over two Ethernet ports or 64 MADI fibre-optic channels.

The pandemic has seriously affected the Alcalá de Henares community in Madrid and in-person religious practice has presented a serious risk of infection. From the start of the lockdown, Fratean insisted that all people should remain at home. In order to stay in touch with everyone, he took the decision to replace the old mixer. The new digital console allows each person to produce content from home, without having to travel to the radio station. One of the features that Fratean appreciates most is AEQ’s CapitolScreen control and display software. “From this software, we can control both equalisation and other parameters that are fundamental to our production,” he explained. Even when the church is reopened, the new equipment will allow vulnerable people to continue participating in community activities safely from their homes.

Support for this project was provided by AEQ’s corresponding sales area manager, Eduardo Guerrero, and AEQ’s technical services.

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