Granger, IN (October 4, 2017)—Granger Community Church has selected Lawo audio consoles and AoIP network solution to handle house and broadcast duties at its main worship center in Granger, IN.
The facility regularly hosts up to 3,000 people on a given weekend with full band, singers, worship leaders, audio playback elements and broadcast feeds all handled by the main audio system. The newly installed system features a 48-fader Lawo mc256 console handling front of house and broadcast mix duties, with a 40-fader Lawo mc236 console for monitors. Both consoles can independently access and control all sources over an IP network created by fiber connections to a Lawo Nova37 router.
Several Lawo stageboxes are also connected to the Nova37 IP router, including two Compact I/Os and a DALLIS frame, as well as an A__digital8 located in the main audio rack for handling discreet AES digital signals. The Nova37 is a plug and play audio router serving as a IP “cloud,” providing for all connected consoles immediate access to all sources.
Lawo’s modular DALLIS stagebox frame provides 72 inputs and 48 outputs for stage I/O and each compact I/O offers 32 mic/line inputs, 32 line outputs, 8 AES3 I/O (stereo pairs) and 8 GPIO. One is located on the drum riser and one is in the broadcast booth.