We strive to provide the best possible sound quality we can produce with the equipment and training we possesses, to support the efforts of the dedicated volunteers singing and playing instruments for our worship services. We thereby work together to enhance the depth and pleasure of worship.
We strive to provide an easy to follow progression of the service flow including a means for everyone to be able see the words of songs, prayers, and scripture references, including special sight and sound clips illuminating specific special interest subjects and occasions.
Who We Are
Ron James – Lead Technician - moc.l1498720544lenra1498720544ynihc1498720544ruhc@1498720544nor1498720544
George Wickholm – Construction and Installation
What We Do
- Upgraded the Pulpit microphone to a studio quality microphone.
- Installed 800 feet of new microphone and speaker cables through the ceiling and under the Chancel Floor.
- Added 2 additional studio quality microphones, one of which is suspended through the ceiling over the choir area.
- Modified the layout of the Sound Room equipment for better operator efficiency
- Upgraded the 15-channel audio mixer to a 24 channel unit with effects generator to enhance sound and provide facility for future expansion.
- Replaced the computer with new faster unit with more memory plus 2 CD/DVD disk readers.
- Created a unified operating procedure and instruction manual for operators.
- Developed a technique for on demand insertion of internet and other outside audio/visual material into the existing projection program.
- Along with the music director and stage manager, development and presentation of Sound and Specific Lighting support of the Christmas Cantata, a production which required 2 men in the sound booth.
- Assembling equipment for an improved PA system for Yarnell days, specifically a powered mixer and speakers.
- Building 8 sound baffles to reduce echoes in the Chancel area to improve sound quality and system efficiency.
- Install and calibrate the computerized spotlight system to help focus attention to specific areas on the Chancel and/or in the forward areas of the Sanctuary.
As you can see, we have a lot going on in the AV area. If this is the kind of thing that turns you on, or if you just want to learn more, see Ron or any member of our team for a tour of our sound and projection room. We will explain how the “back room” of our church services works. And we would love to have you join the AV Team. God Bless.