Workshops (sample topics)
- Display shootout: See the best large format projectors, screens, and flatscreen displays in action.
- How to use and control POV cameras for worship
- Capture/Streaming: Best practices for live capture, streaming and VOD
- Networked Video: One picture: many displays; how to route picture throughout buildings, campuses and beyond
- Live production best practices
- How to do multi-screen and multi-room display
- Principles of steered line arrays: acoustics and architecture
- Electro-acoustics for houses of worship
- What DSP can and cannot solve
- Principles of gain staging
- How to design for intelligibility
- Tablet/app based control
- Setting up audio for the volunteer team
- Setting up and controlling the multi-zone worship space; signal QC from microphone to speaker
- Wireless changes for HOW
Real-world insight from architects, integrators and end users on how they conceived and executed churches from design to build to install and commissioning. Step-by-step details in successful small, medium and large-scale integration projects.
Case study panels are open to church projects of all sizes.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Worship AV and we welcome them! Designated Volunteer sessions will offer simple introductions to basics and concepts of sound and picture, hands-on training on selected gear. These sessions are appropriate both for volunteers and those who train them.
Music Production Track
Attendees can take advantage of co-located sessions at Mix Nashville to learn more about producing compelling musical content. Panel discussions will be available throughout the day and a tour of selected studios on Music Row will be available in the late afternoon.