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Audio End-to-End for Worship 
By Bruce Borgerson
Late last year, a paradigm shifted at the midsize mainline church in Oregon where I serve as volunteer technical director. ...

Loudspeaker System Design for Worship, Part 1 
With Bennett Liles
Just because it’s a small church doesn’t mean it can’t be a big job with three-second reverb time and no audio experts on staff....

Steerable Array For Large-format Church, St. Ann’s Catholic Church 

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

End-to-end Howard Theatre Renovation, Part 1 
With Bennett Liles
The Howard Theater in Washington, D.C was once a dilapidated hulk, but after a huge renovation, its audio and video systems are among the best anywhere. ...

Array, or not to array? That is the question 
By Bob McCarthy
Is a single loudspeaker better than an array of loudspeakers?...

Edutainment Show Control, Part 1 
WIth Bennett Liles
When tourists enter the Oldest Store Museum Experience, things begin to happen everywhere....

EASE Modeling for a Multipurpose Venue, Part 2 
With Bennett Liles
North Carolina’s Elon University needed a complete sound system upgrade for its revered Whitley Auditorium....

Product at Work: Tannoy QFlex 

Two congregations—one in Portland, Ore., and one in Santa Fe, N.M.,—sought to fill their historic churches with the fullness and clarity of sound that modern arrays can deliver. ...

EASE Modeling for a Multipurpose Venue, Part 1 
With Bennett Liles
North Carolina’s Elon University had an auditorium designed for a its huge pipe organ, but they needed a sound system that could cope with its multi-use role. ...

Acoustics: Using Your Expertise To Open New Doors 
By Peter Janis, President Primacoustic, a division of Radial Engineering
I was reading an article this morning in a contractor magazine and was astounded by the assertion that somehow changing the PA system would magically improve the audio problems in a restaurant. ...

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