ProSoundWeb Community

Church and H.O.W. Ė Forums for HOW Sound and AV - Your Displayed Name Must Be Your Real Full Name To Post In The Church and HOW Forums => Church Sound => Topic started by: M. Erik Matlock on March 18, 2019, 07:57:18 am

Title: Form Following Function: Making Sure That The Choir Can Be Heard
Post by: M. Erik Matlock on March 18, 2019, 07:57:18 am
Form Following Function: Making Sure That The Choir Can Be Heard (https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/church/form-following-function-making-sure-that-the-choir-can-be-heard/)
Considering the impact of the acoustic signature of the worship center and the layout of the platform area on the choir sound.
By Dale Alexander ē March 18, 2019


The question thatís at the top of the list when I talk with pastors and music ministers: Why canít we hear the choir?

For a church with an active choir ministry, this can be one of the most volatile challenges to deal with and the solution usually isnít a simple one. In many evangelical churches, the choir is still an important element of the worship service, although musical styles have evolved from piano accompaniment to a rhythm section or even a full-blown orchestra.

If the choir canít be heard, itís usually due to the acoustic signature of the worship center, and the platform area in particular. Typically, one or both of the following factors contribute to the problem...

Continue reading here: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/church/form-following-function-making-sure-that-the-choir-can-be-heard/