Oklahoma City, OK (August 7, 2012)—A trio of DiGiCO consoles were recently installed into the Crossings Community Church to help the church streamline integration between live and broadcast applications.
The system includes a SD7, SD10 and SD10B consoles connected by a redundant fiber network.
Founded in 1950, Oklahoma City’s Crossings Community Church had been using an audio and video system that was installed over a dozen years ago and which no longer met the needs of its over 5,000-member congregation and numerous weekly services. Technical Director Chuck Timmons decided to enlist the help of Acoustic Dimensions’ Senior Consultant Robert Rose to design a new audio system.
Timmons said an SD7 was selected for FOH duties, an SD10 for monitors and an SD10B for its broadcast mix, while seven SD racks were installed throughout the facility; all the consoles and I/O were connected over a 50 Micron Multi-Mode fiber optic network.
The DiGiCo consoles interface with a new PA consisting of three arrays of Meyer Sound Milo cabinets, 10 Meyer 700HP subwoofers, eight UPQ-1P for over balcony delays, nine UP Junior for under-balcony delay, and seven UP-4XP for front fills. The system uses three Galileo 616s for DSP processing.
“DiGiCo’s features such as snapshot automation, dynamic EQ, multiband compression, and large easy-to-see touch-screens, make these consoles the right choice,” Timmons said. “Paired with Meyer Sound, we feel this is a combination that will provide great sound and clarity for Crossings Community Church and its congregation for many years to come.”