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Loudspeaker System Design for Worship, Part 2 
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Late last year, a paradigm shifted at the midsize mainline church in Oregon where I serve as volunteer technical director. ...

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When it was built in the 19th century, St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Church in Penetanguishene, Canada, employed the acoustical technology of its day....

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Array, or not to array? That is the question 
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Edutainment Show Control, Part 1 
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EASE Modeling for a Multipurpose Venue, Part 2 
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North Carolina’s Elon University needed a complete sound system upgrade for its revered Whitley Auditorium....

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