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Dan Wothke

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Gear and Technology

Live Review: Behringer X32 Digital Console

Intuitive, flexible, and affordable, the Behringer X32 is an ideal option for houses-of-worship, larger clubs/music venues, and other multifaceted, multi-operator live sound venues. My first venture with a Behringer digital board was the DDX3216, which came out over a...

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Our Road to Digital

We’ve all seen it: the subconscious proverbial eye roll whenever techies start talking about a new piece of gear that we “must have.”

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Worship Audio: Our Road To Digital

Worship Audio: Our Road to Digital  By Dan Wothke Twelve years ago, our house of worship — Belmont Church of Nashville — increased the level of commitment to media; we started with audio. This included contracting with Live Technologies on...

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JBL VRX900 Series Line Array

Whether introducing new self-powered or passive components, JBL refuses to rest on its loudspeaker laurels while continually expanding the company’s product line to fulfill yet another pro audio niche.

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JBL PRX535 Loudspeakers

Regardless of your PA configuration, it has always proven handy to have a set or two of self-powered loudspeakers available for convenience … providing they are up to the task.

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ADK Pro Audio LYVE Tracker

The widespread acceptance of Yamaha digital consoles amongst live sound professionals has spawned the need for a compatible and easily interfaced digital recorder — one that provides engineers with the ability to capture both live and studio performances.

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Neumann KMS 104

Neumann is arguably the most recognized microphone name in the business, so when I heard about the KMS 104, the company's newest live vocal microphone, I immediately took notice.

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Review: Cakewalk SONAR 10 DAW

Cakewalk and its line of MIDI sequencers have been around for nearly 15 years now - the equivalent to about a thousand years in any other industry. With humble beginnings on MS-DOS computers in the mid-1980s, the Cakewalk software...

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