Church Sound Workshop Tour Continues

Tinton Falls, NJ (March 5, 2007)--The How-To Church Sound Workshop has been circling the country for years, educating hundreds of House of Worship engineers--both pros and volunteers--on how to handle mixing in a HOW, and passing on different ways to deal with the intricacies that come with that effort.
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Tinton Falls, NJ (March 5, 2007)--The How-To Church Sound Workshop has been circling the country for years, educating hundreds of House of Worship engineers--both pros and volunteers--on how to handle mixing in a HOW, and passing on different ways to deal with the intricacies that come with that effort.

The Workshop will hold two separate classes on different days at the NSCA Expo in Orlando next month (Microphone Workshop--Friday, March 16, 3 pm-6 pm; Live Sound Workshop--Saturday, March 17, 8 am-5 pm); those interested can register through NSCA. If you can't make it to the Expo, however, don't fret--the Workshop is travel all over the Eastern half of the U.S. this spring. Other upcoming dates include:

April 14, 2007: Shiloh Baptist Church, York, PA
April 28, 2007: Unity of Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI
March 24, 2007: Bayside Community Church of God, Safety Harbor, FL
May 5, 2007: Rock Creek Church, Derwood, MD
May 19, 2007: Redeemed Christian Church of God, Douglasville, GA

For more information and registration, visit the How-To Church Sound Workshop's website: www.howtosound.com.