David is enthusiastic about finding the right technology for each client. Spending his whole life working with Not-For-Profit ministry organisations like churches, Christian Camp Sites, and specialist ministry organisations, he is able to cut to the chase and find a workable solution for any budget.
Experience is the key, and having worked in both large and small organisations, he is able to bring a breadth of experience that is rare in the industry.
David is a licensed cabler with all the relevant endorsements, Aerial, Underground, Structured, Coaxial and Fibre. He is an experienced systems administrator, with a passion for radio and wifi deployments, and has worked with audio systems since before he left school, and mixing live video regularly for large ministry events.
Check out more about Dave on linkedIn
Sharon is an amazing Office Administrator with experience in managing the office operations of small businesses and, before children came along, Baptist Community Services. But Sharon is not just an administrator, she has also been rostered behind the sound desk at church and helps produce live video with David for larger ministry events.
Sharon’s excellent administrative skills enable her to take on the role of both Secretary and Treasurer.
You can find out more about Sharon on LinkedIn.
John joined our committee recently and brings a vast wealth of organisational and theological advice to the group. John is a retired valuer but he has been involved with church life for many years serving as Parish Councillor, Warden, and he also preaches regularly. John brings a valuable internal advisory capacity assisting our committee in it’s organisational structure and liaison with government.
The proper use of EQ is a fundamentally simple yet often a misunderstood and critical aspect of the mixing process.
This article from prosoundweb.com runs us through the different types of equalizerrs and how they can be used.
When a system contains two or more pieces of equipment that are grounded, whether via power cords or other ground connections, a “ground loop” will likely be formed.
This post from prosoundweb.com explains what they are and how to get rid of them.
I found this interesting article on how to set a stage.
I don’t think I was ever “taught” how to do it, I just followed the lead of others.
If you are truly keen to improve the quality of your contribution to the ministry of your church, then you need to rate yourself objectively. Better still get a friend to rate you as well – if you are game!
This is a great resource from behindthemixer.com.
If you are planning on upgrading or replacing your sound system, this article from prosoundweb.com is helpful in helping you find the right installer for your project.
Here is a great article about how the audio signal flows through an audio mixer. Essential reading for anyone running a sound desk at church.
Understanding Signal Flow « SoundSessions.
I have been involved in many building projects over the years and it is always interesting to see what people install when they have the best opportunity to do so. I have also worked in the commercial installation industry in security, audio, telephone and data networking. I can tell you from experience that installing cables during the building process is Quicker, Neater and Cheaper.
So what things should I be thinking about when I start a new building Project.