2021 Issues

Sound & Communications: April 2021 Digital Edition

Sound & Communications April 2021 Cover Photo

Praying To Meet Post-Pandemic Expectations

When COVID-19 ends, things will not simply revert to the old ways.
By Michael Goldman, CTS

House of Worship: Business
Fresh Looks For The Future

The pandemic has spurred worship leaders to act.
By David Lee Jr., PhD

The Commish
Mocking Up The System

You always have time to do it right the first time.
By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQD, CQT

What Would You Do?
Back To Work, Part 3

The preliminary design and proposal.
By Douglas Kleeger, CTS-D, DMC-E/S, XTP-E, KCD

Taking Stock

With sights set on a post-pandemic future, we look at how AV vertical markets fared over the last year.
By Peter Hansen

Industry POV
The Era Of Hybrid Worship Services

Next-generation sound systems are well suited to emerging trends.
By Asher Dowson

Industry POV
Technology Tips For Creating Impactful Worship Livestreams

Consider your camera choice and placement carefully, and take volunteer operators into account.
By Paul Richards

Industry POV
IPMX And The Rise Of AV-Over-IP

It’s the fuel that will help IP for commercial AV take off.
By David Chiappini

Industry POV
Are Your Wireless Microphones Legal?

Still own systems that can operate in the 600MHz or 700MHz bands? Read this!
By Joe Ciaudelli

Industry POV
The New Needs For Audio Systems In Houses Of Worship

Controlling sound reflections and expanding audio to additional spaces.
By Dudley McLaughlin

Industry POV
Construction Coordination

It’s the central factor in ensuring success at the jobsite.
By Brandon Creel, ETCP, CTS-D

Bridging Modern And Traditional Worship

Team planning creates futureproof systems for First Lutheran Church’s campus services and streaming.
By Jim Stokes

Attraction: Technology
My Kingdom For A Horse

WEC Ocala offers a world-class destination for equestrian events with networked AV.
By Anthony Vargas

Amplifier Power Ratings From The Ground Up

Sine wave, burst and noise—a matrix of test results.
By Pat Brown

AVent Horizon
The 2021 HPA Tech Retreat Goes Virtual

Insights into sufficient brightness levels and which display techs will win out.
By Pete Putman, CTS

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