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Proven & Workable: A Hybrid Approach To Instrument Reinforcement
« on: September 11, 2019, 11:47:42 am »

Proven & Workable: A Hybrid Approach To Instrument Reinforcement
Working effectively despite limited stage space and/or the need to reduce on-stage volume from amplified sources.
By Frederick Ampel September 10, 2019


Of all the various issues that generate the most questions from potential and current clients in the church sound market, creating and managing the musical aspects of services are definitely at the top of the list. It matters not whether its a simple guitar and piano accompaniment at a traditional service or a full-on praise band with a top-line high-energy evangelical style service the same issues present themselves.

The two that seem come up most often are: How do I achieve a balanced presentation? And, how do I achieve a natural sound with enough volume to cover the congregation?

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