Three Options for your Church Live Stream

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Up until now, the audio/video department and the information technology department were seen as two separate entities. With todays technologies that bring media to the web, the lines between A/V and IT are blurring. Its no surprise that churches are lining up to deliver their Sunday services online. This raises the question, whats the best […]

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A step by step guide to setting up Amazon S3

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Amazon S3 is undoubtedly the best way to host and deliver digital content. Whether you are serving audio, video, images, or live feeds amazon is the way to go. With Amazon’s pricing being dirt cheap, its hard to find another Content Delivery Network (CDN) out there that compares. With all the many benefits of S3, it does […]

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YouTube Live Streaming for Non Profits Review

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Last week I was with Power & Love in San Francisco. We used to stream every service live, 3 times a day, and offer the evening streams for free to the public while the day sessions were a paid feed with video-on-demand privileges. This process used to be time consuming and cumbersome. In my search for […]

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The Best Microphone for your Pastor

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I’m a firm believer in the idea that every piece of gear you own should meet a need you have. Rarely would I make a blanket statement that would appear to be “one-size fits all”. That being said, I’d like to offer the three best case scenario microphones for their respective categories. Regardless of the […]

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The heart

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Sound is one of the most important elements to the Sunday morning experience. Without it, people can’t participate. Yet the guys behind the board are often the most overlooked and under appreciated members of the Sunday morning team. One of the best qualities you can have that will make you stand out head and shoulder […]

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3 Tips on How to Destroy Feedback

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I was recently at a church in New Jersey that really struggled with feedback issues. Most of their volunteer base is newly trained and when we started talking about feedback I was asked “What is feedback?” Feedback is that loud ringing sound that sometimes happens in sound systems. Often times its a single frequency or […]

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How to Mix like a Pro on Sunday Morning

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If you can learn how to pick out an instrument in a song than you can be taught how to run sound. I use a simple structure to get a framework for every song I mix. Once that structure is in place the mix is constantly moving. Aside from the basic structure, always anticipate what […]

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5 tips for micing drums

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I was recently at a church in upstate New York and came across an interesting situation with their drum kit. The drums are the heartbeat to your music. You want to feel the rhythm, but not be distracted by it. I’ve come up with these 5 ways to help fit the drums perfectly into you […]

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Cost and Strategy for Live Streaming

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Pricing: ISP internet upgrade – There is usually no cost for this upgrade, though some ISP’s may  require an equipment fee. Other than that there will be an increase in your monthly bill Server – $3000 Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server- $1000 Support for AFMSS- $200 Camera- $2000 each Wires, Adapters, Converters- $1000 Video Switcher […]

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