Church Goes All-In with Yamaha

After having a Yamaha 96-channel PM1D digital console for years, Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church in Johns Creek, Georgia recently added no less than three up-to-date Yamaha desks—two CL5s and CL1 Digital Audio Console.
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Johns Creek, GA (May 26, 2016)—After having a Yamaha 96-channel PM1D digital console for years, Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church in Johns Creek, Georgia recently added no less than three up-to-date Yamaha desks—two CL5s and CL1 Digital Audio Console.

A CL5 and CL1 are located at the front of house location and the second CL5 is at monitors; the house CL5 will also be used as a Broadcast console, set up as a stereo board and integrated with Nuendo for multi-tracking.

Muzeek World provided the desks, and additionally installed four Rio3224-D input/output boxes—two located back stage and two in the orchestra pit. A Rio1608-D is used in the church video production suite.

The 2500-seat Mount Pisgah UMC currently has over 2,500 members in its congregation. Two services are held on Sunday, both traditional and contemporary, with full orchestra and a 100-voice choir along with rhythm section and soloists.

Mount Pisgah UMC also has two Yamaha TF5 Digital Audio Consoles in the children’s production spaces and two Yamaha LS9-32s in the youth and school production spaces.

“We are a Yamaha house,” said Mickey Lyons, Technical Director, Mount Pisgah UMC, “and built our entire audio infrastructure around Dante, integrating well with our Shure ULX-D and Aviom D800.”

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