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Title: How To Overcome Adversity To Deliver Quality Worship Sound
Post by: M. Erik Matlock on March 08, 2019, 08:12:08 am
How To Overcome Adversity To Deliver Quality Worship Sound (https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/church/how-to-overcome-adversity-to-deliver-quality-worship-sound/)
The keys to getting “the win” no matter the circumstances.
By Gary Zandstra • March 8, 2019


On typical Sunday mornings, we have about 35 minutes to clear the traditional service off the stage, set up the contemporary service, and then have the band do a final run-through of the music package.

We’ve worked out a pretty smooth approach to these transitions – most weeks it works well, with the sound check/run-through complete about 15 minutes ahead of the start of the contemporary service.

One particular Sunday morning, however, things weren’t quite so typical. The worship leader (who is also the keyboardist) planned on using a Hammond B3 with a Leslie cabinet as well as the acoustic grand piano. The piano is already on stage for the traditional service, so we just had to wheel out the B3 and mike it up.

Simple stuff, right? Simple if it all works…

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