changing the audio world, one system at a time .... church sound, video and lights

Life Change Church Seattle - New System

Life Change Church Seattle


Associate Pastor Art Nelson would like the room to sound like a recording studio control room. His comment on the existing system: It has a mushy bottom end, with it sounding very different depending on where you sit in the seating area.

Project: Upgrade Sound, Video, Acoustic Treatment, and Lighting

Design Parameters:

  • Acoustics - room to have a sound signature similar to a recording studio control room. Adding bass traps, panels and diffusion. (see drawings below)
  • Sound - Total new system, converting to digital, centered around a Midas M-32 mixer with 48 channels to platform. Speaker choice is the ISP HDL 3112 3-way line array with the ISP XMAX 212 Sub Woofers (all active) XTA processing and installed in a LCR configuration.(see SketchUp drawing below)
  • Lighting - All new lights to be LED including house lighting. Some par fixtures and a lot of robotics.

SketchUp Drawings

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Existing System:
  • Acoustics - None, no acoustic treatments of any kind in the existing room.
  • Sound - 2 x EAW Passive MK Series Club Speakers, Mackie SWA 1801 Active Sub Woofers, QSC amps (mains & monitors), Mackie SR 32-4 VLZ console, 4 stage pockets with 8 x XLR & 4 x 1/4” connectors.
  • Lighting - House light consist of residential hanging globe fixtures and track light for stage area.
  • Video - projection system on to a painted-on-wall screen in 4:3 format approx. 100” diagonal
  • Room size is 40’ x 40’, so this is a small room and their is a lot of energy put into the room from this system. The speakers are mounted in center cluster configuration, running mono. No processing of any kind, and amplifiers are located at the sound booth.

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SSL (Solid State Logic) Announces LIVE Console

SSL launch first ever live sound console at Prolight + Sound 2013

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“We are very confident that we have created a console engineers will fall in love with.”

Here is the quote from their site:

We are proud to announce the launch of ‘Live,’ the first SSL console for live sound production at Musikmesse/Prolight + Sound 2013 (Hall 5.1, Stand B.73). The ‘Live’ brings SSL’s unique approach to audio quality and console ergonomics to sound for the stage. SSL has been at the leading edge of analogue and digital audio console innovation for over 35 years. Like so many multi award winning, ground breaking and much loved consoles for Music, Broadcast and Post production SSL has created through the decades, Live promises to bring something very special to the party. Read More...
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News!!! We are updating the site. Checking out a new format. It has a good blogging feature and podcasts as well.
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