TUESDAY, 1:45PM – 2:45PM
TUESDAY, 3:00PM – 4:00PM
TUESDAY, 4:15PM – 5:15PM
WEDNESDAY, 11:15AM – 12:15PM
WEDNESDAY, 1:45PM – 2:45PM
Learn what it means to mix using the console as an instrument of art and worship, not just a technology or limitation.
Consistency is key to creating a welcoming worship environment. One of the most critical positions is that of the mix position. It can be even harder if you have a rotation of volunteers and/or even professionals at the helm. But how do we create consistency here and do it well week to week? In this session we’ll discuss how to: Establish your “sound”, create a consistent show file template that is approachable for all, how to keep things organized, establish a workflow that clearly defines the sandbox for an engineer to work from and create a safe space to perform virtual soundcheck.
Success at monitors can be elusive. Creating multiple unique mixes for everyone on stage can be a challenge, so having a plan is important. We’ll look at ways to prepare before ever sitting behind the console, what to accomplish during sound check, and then delivering what the band and vocals need during the service.
What is the best way to make your mix better? How do you push yourself to not become stagnant in your mix? These are the questions of an engineer that mixes 50 out of 52 weekends a year. Join Adam Skidmore and Stephen Hull as they talk about how they push themselves to mix better on a weekly basis.
Hear from Harold Rubens and Cory Edwards about how to improve your audio production from their experiences of why gear is important, but maybe not as much as we make it out to be.
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