Would You Like to Learn More?
Do you run audio in your Oregon Conference church or would you like to? Are you an experienced audio technician and would like to learn more?
The next Guitarfish 100 Level Audio Training is September 24, 2017, 9:00am - 6:00pm. At the Holden Convention Center 19500 Oatfield Rd in Gladstone, Oregon 97027. Bring headphones and a sack lunch.
Guitarfish's usual price for the class is $330 per person. They are giving us a special price of $154 per person. Register now.
The Oregon Conference is making available an incredible opportunity for you the church audio persons. A one-day training that consists of 4 two-hour training sessions. Every session includes a “lab” for students to practice newfound knowledge and skills on provided training equipment.
We can have a maximum of 15 students and need a minimum of 10. This 100 Level class is a prerequisite to taking the 200 Leve class.
Read Reviews of Audio Classes given at Beaverton Adventist Church and Holden Convention Center
David, the trainer, has a passion for the audio ministry in churches. He says “if the audience does not know you are there then you are doing your job. You all know how distracting it is when there are audio issues. Especially if it happens regularly and throughout an event. We want God to be heard not the issues with the sound system”. David has vast experience and knowledge. He has been the Chief Sound Engineer at New Hope Community Church up off Sunnyside Road here in the Portland area. He has mixed several of the live performances that Adventist Health brings in for their Celebration of Thanksgiving and has toured and worked with many top Christian recording artists. David does not just bring equipment for each student to do their own mixing, teach the technical jargon, and theory, but he also brings the spiritual aspect to light throughout the day. Why we do this ministry. “We are audio disciples. God has called us to use our talents”. David also gives advice on how to deal kindly with disgruntled listeners. Like that one person who comes up to you and says “the audio is too loud”. (Find out more about Guitarfish as a company - see the short video about Guitarfish School of Sound on their website: www.guitarfishworship.com ) Also, see their About page and School of Sound page.
Guitarfish has already done trainings for the Oregon Conference in these regions around the conference:
See what some of those attendees have to say.
This 4 session class will teach solid, audio engineering skills and the participant will be able to:
• Solo as a sound Technician.
• Set up microphones, cables, patches, monitors, etc.
• Troubleshoot basic signal path problems.
• Conduct an organized sound check with musicians.
• Set gain structure, equalization, subgroups, monitors mixes, and initial levels.
• Actively participate in the performance with continued analysis and adjustment of controls.