New York (February 1, 2008)--Fits & Starts Productions has been presenting its "How To Church Sound Workshops" around the country for years, and its latest round of dates, running through May, is being sponsored by audio signal processing specialist Symetrix. Sound engineer and instructor Mike Sokol teaches the workshops.
Sokol will introduce two of Symetrix' signal processing solutions at the events. The Symetrix Deuce 722 is a two-input, two-output digital signal processor designed to tame problem channels or the entire mix. Users configure the unit's pre-amplification, compression, downward expansion, de-essing, automatic gain control (AGC), Ambient Noise Compensation, feedback elimination, equalization and more from any Windows computer with an Ethernet jack. The one-input, one-output Symetrix 528E pulls the six most essential functions from the above list and presents them with adjustable hardware knobs.
"Church services are becoming more and more sophisticated, and expectations for audio quality are rising as people become more media-savvy," said Paul Roberts, director of sales for Symetrix. "The 'How To Church Sound Workshop' does a fabulous job of instructing everyone from church volunteers to sound professionals on the methods they can employ to bring their services to the next level. We're pleased that participants will be introduced to the Symetrix Deuce 722 and 528E Voice Processor, since we feel they are the most cost-effective solutions to a host of common church sound problems."
How To Church Sound Workshops