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Ohio church turns a corner with new Allen & Heath setup

Ohio church turns a corner with new Allen & Heath setup

Ohio church turns a corner with new Allen & Heath setup


Looking to replace its main audio console with a more reliable solution, Ohio-based Cornerstone Church reached out to local installation experts, TechArts, for recommendations. “They were already using dLive at monitors,” recalled TechArts operations manager, Christian Spurlock, “so the decision was made to change out their front of house console for a dLive S5000 since it was familiar to them.”

The church’s audio system now includes three total dLive consoles. Regarding monitors, the church employs a compact DM0 Mixrack, which is mixed entirely by the performers on stage with Allen & Heath’s free OneMix iPad monitor control application. The front of house and broadcast systems each include their own dLive S5000 surface with a DM0 128-channel mix engine. All three dLive systems are fed from a pair of DX32 modular stageboxes.

“The PRIME preamps have been phenomenal,” noted the TechArts team. “It’s been a noticeable difference in quality, even for the majority of the congregation – many of whom are not necessarily ‘audio people.’ The users have also noted big improvements in functionality and workflow.”

Each of the three consoles are also equipped with their own Dante cards, which are used for simplified playback from computers and for receiving audio from wireless mics. The church also plans to add a 128-channel WAVES card in the future to make use of dLive’s Virtual Soundcheck function.

“TechArts has put together an amazing system for the folks at Cornerstone,” notes Allen & Heath USA director of marketing, Jeff Hawley. “We’ve had a number of absolute top-tier placements of PRIME out on world tours in some of the largest venues around. It is cool to get the feedback from Christian and the team that the members in the congregation are noticing and really enjoying this sort of high-end audio and enhancing their worship experience.”

Spurlock noted that TechArts has been choosing dLive for more and more of its installations. “It’s our go-to console. In terms of the functionality and the feature set, as well as the sonic quality, you can’t beat it at that price point.”

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