Technology

WFM Staff · January 20, 2017
Are your volunteers stretched thin? Here's how to know when making that jump is a necessity.

By Andres Caamano · January 19, 2017
In some smaller worship venues, a short-throw projector could be the only option. The WXGA is a great, cost-effective choice.

Jim Kumorek · January 17, 2017
Using haze to help create lighting effects has a place in church services and events. Just be sure to follow these guidelines to ensure safe and trouble-free effects.

By Gary Zandstra · January 17, 2017
I have been in sound checks and rehearsals where the tension in the air was so tight that it was palpable.

WFM Staff · January 16, 2017
From the floor of WFX 2016. NEC's Richard Mcpherson explains video projection laser technology, and gives reasons why you may want to consider laser projection for your church.

By Chris Huff · January 13, 2017
Given the choice between mixing and setting up the stage, a tech would probably choose mixing. However, working on the stage first, gives a tech everything they need for mixing.

Jim Kumorek · January 10, 2017
As churches grow into more advanced lighting capabilities, it’s not uncommon for them to consider adding a little haze to their room. Here's what you need to be aware of before adding this effect to your venue.

January 05, 2017
In This Issue: | Leadership | Administration | Facilities Management | Design | An Ark Encounter | Features | 2016 Solomon Awards | Features | 2016 New Product Awards | Worship Technology | Communications

WFM Staff · January 05, 2017
With curiosity piqued by the sound quality at the University of Iowa's Kinnick Stadium, Wildwood Church redesigns their sound reinforcement.

WFM Staff · January 03, 2017
The latest house of worship to discover the transformative powers of color-changing LEDs on and off of the stage.

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