In this video Kyle Lent, Director of Music at Austin Stone Worship, walks through his process of recording and mixing audio for our recent online worship services at The Austin Stone.
Here is a simple HD setup for live streaming that churches, artists and worship leaders and can use!
If you’re interested in production, mixing, or song arrangement, DEEP DIVE in this video with Kyle Lent, Director of Music for Austin Stone Worship, as he walks through the process of mixing a track from The Reveille Vol. III! Hear the original demo to final mix!
I hope this article will shed some light on how to go about setting an in-ear mix that is useful and encourages your band to get tighter. These are a few things I have noticed over the years that may help set you on that path.
Matthew Moore explains how it’s not necessary to be on the stage to lead people in worship. Everyone creating the environment for people to lift high the name of Jesus is a worship leader, from the production volunteer to the lead pastor.
Matthew Moore takes a look at the way we can approach production in worship with excellence and purpose. In a society where things continuously change, our purpose as a church does not change. Are we doing things to lift high the name of Jesus or simply because everyone else is doing it?
In this video, Todd Hartman talks about all the drum mics he uses at the Austin Stone.
Audio is simply the medium by which music is conveyed. In light of this, for a song to have its intended effect, every aspect of its transmission from source to audience must be intentional.