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A Church Audio System for Traditional and Contemporary Services, Part 2

SVC Podcast Show 16, Part 2

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In this edition, SVC contributing editor Bennett Liles completes his chat with Luke Raymond of Dispersion Design in Carrollton, Texas. Raymond goes into more detail on the sound upgrade at the Arapaho Road Baptist Church in Garland, Texas done to quicken the turnaround between the traditional and contemporary services in the same 700-seat sanctuary. They explore the installation of Ace Backstage floor connectors for the Aviom system and the decision to go with a Yamaha LS9-32 digital mixer at the front of house position. Useful links:
• The Yamaha LS9-32 digital FOH mixer installed by Dispersion Design
• The Aviom A16D Distribution Hub used in the monitoring system
• The Countryman E6i Omni Earset microphone used by the church
• The BSS Audio BLU-160 signal processor installed in the upgrade

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The SVC Blogcast encompasses the podcasts Houses of Worship AV, Corporate AV, and Networked AV. In the Houses of Worship AV podcast, ministers of media, sound, lighting and video experts, and technology manufacturers share best practices and installation secrets. Corporate AV focuses on audiovisual installation within corporate environments such as boardrooms, meeting rooms, training centers, and corporate lobbies. Networked AV covers the challenges of moving professional audio, video, and control signals across the entire signal distribution chain from source to destination.


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