Free sound engineer training for Norfolk churches
Make your pastor sound great with this free training course in Live Sound Engineering hosted by Hope Community Church in Wymondham, and delivered by Rock-Tech, the experts in church-based technical solutions.
On Saturday, September 30 Rock-Tech, the York based company specialising in providing AV technical solutions to churches and Christian organisations, will be delivering their free training course at Hope Community Church, Wymondham.
The Live Sound Engineering training course, one of eight free training courses Rock-Tech delivers each year across the country, is open to anyone involved in a church in Norfolk.
Andy Latham, Deacon of Hope Community Church and part of the church’s technical team, said: “This is excellent training for sound engineers, worship leaders, worship team members and anyone involved in using sound systems in any capacity and standard.”
The course covers:
This is an all-day course with refreshments provided. Please bring your own lunch.
A brief introduction to live sound in church - overview of our role
Understanding the basics of sound
Microphones, ‘how to’ and feedback
D.I. boxes, signal types, hums and buzzes
Mixing console overview, EQ and ‘an approach to mixing’
Q&A - incorporating “running a Sunday morning soundcheck”
You can sign up for the free course online here.
Hope Community Church, The Hub, Ayton Road, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 0QJ