Raise your voice to the heavens

Communicating the Gospel is a lot easier when everyone can hear it clearly

DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR?


If eyes are the window to the soul, the ears are the tunnel to the heart.

Church sound systems are simply a medium for the message to travel through. A sound system can carry words of encouragement or songs that connect people closer to God. When a sound system is designed and installed properly, that message can be communicated without fear of it being lost behind feedback squeals, static radio interference, dead spots in the room, or any other issues that we've all encountered. Our goal is to make sure that everyone who comes to your church is able to fully absorb the Good News without anything to distract them from that, and audio plays a huge part in that.

From DNA to Design, The Ins And Outs Of A Church Sound System

All of our AVL systems start with one thing in mind: the style of worship, the heart, and the DNA of the communities we work with. That’s why the design stage doesn’t even start with the gear itself. It starts with conversations about how your church connects with God, and understanding how your community worships Him.

Our team then works to craft extremely detailed line drawings and system models with EASE modeling and AutoCAD. The designers meticulously comb through each and every aspect of the system to make sure the technical designs reflect the real lives that are going to be changed once everything is installed.

 

Playing It By Ear? Not A Chance.

One of the biggest complaints we hear about sound systems in churches is that there is uneven coverage. We agree; this is a huge issue! Worry not! Our team creates a realistic model and simulation of what the acoustics and audio dispersion will look like in your auditorium; you get to see what you’re going to hear before the installation even takes place. We make sure that the difference in volume, from the first row to the last, is as minimal as possible. This ensures that there will be smooth, even, and consistent coverage throughout the auditorium so that everyone will experience the same level of quality audio, no matter where they’re sitting.

You Might Not Be Able To See Sound, But You Can Definitely See The Speakers

Nobody wants to sit at a church service and have a speaker blocking their view; we don’t want that either. In addition to this, nobody wants to see a screen with the looming shadow of the speaker on it. We keep all of this in mind when it comes to the physical placement of the audio elements of an AVL system. Our main goal in designing a church AVL system is to create an environment where the technology disappears and the message rings true. To ensure that we are doing our part to help create that environment, we create a 3D model of every space in your church building so that we know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the sound system elements don’t interfere with the visual experience at all.

Battle Royale - Stereo vs. Mono

We get asked all the time, “Do I need a stereo audio system in my church?” The answer is different every time. Some people are also unaware of the differences between a mono and a stereo system. In basic terms, a mono system sends a single mixed audio signal to all the house speakers. A stereo system has two different final audio signals, one for the left speakers and one for the right. A stereo system allows for a wider and more interesting soundscape as you can pan sounds between the left and right side of the stage. Whether mono or stereo, this is just another way for us to ensure that every single seat gets the same great audio experience.

Good ideas are like music to the ears. We’d love to hear your ideas for your church sound needs. Leave us a message below so we can get in touch with you!