Audio Podcast: Church Audio Training

Hector La Torre of Fits & Starts stresses the importance of properly trained sound staff to getting the most out of your church's audio investment
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Audio Podcast: Church Audio Training

Jan 17, 2008 8:00 AM

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A How-to for Church Sound Volunteers

With this edition of the Houses of Worship AV Special Focus enewsletter, we continue our series of podcast interviews. In the coming editions, you can look forward to interviews and conversations with AV industry professionals—consultants, contractors, equipment manufacturers—and users to get their take on what's happening in the industry today.

Hector La Torre of Fits & Starts Productions stresses the importance of having a properly trained sound staff in order to get the most out of your church's audio investment.

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