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HOW AVL Expo is designed for worship leaders and church tech teams that are growing, changing, or just interested in learning about how to be more successful in deploying their audio, video and lighting systems. It’s where they can come to network, brainstorm and see the latest gear and technology to envision the possibilities for the future.

The event offers 9 workshop classes and scores of brands represented in the Expo area, so it’s a great place where church teams can see and learn so much about modern tools for AVL in such a short time. And with each church bringing nearly three people on average, church leaders are seeing value in bringing their teams to get away from the daily grind, get their heads together, gain new ideas, and craft a solid, energized, and focused plan for the future.


Over the last two decades,

congregations have engaged in worship through added visual elements during services. Eyes that once were focused down on a hymnal are now more often looking up at wall-projected content. Lately, many churches have decided to take this a step further by installing LED video walls in their sanctuaries. These video walls enable church leaders to share customized videos, images, and text (such as worship lyrics or scripture), live feeds, and other content.

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Having cleaner sound without other processors and fewer pieces of gear doing the same thing is incredible. I love the fader bank layouts, input/output patching, and channel flexibility on the SD8, too. The output patching has been particularly beneficial for handling snapshots and sessions. Also the aux send encoders have the flexibility to be assigned to be any channel parameter. The ability to record up to 56 channels on a computer expanded our current setup of a 24-track hard drive, but also eliminated the extra console, too.

Darrell Fox, Tri City Baptist