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Articles from the January 2018 Issue

Stock Photo courtesy AES

A Show of Our Own?

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FOH Staff •
  • January 2018
  • The Biz
• January 16, 2018

For all of its greatly enhanced significance in the music industry and elsewhere lately, live sound continues to live a somewhat rootless existence (much like many of its road-warrior practitioners), at least when it comes to having the centering effect that an annual symposium can bring.

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Mixes at the 1,800-seat Christian Life Assembly (Camp Hill, PA) on an Allen & Heath dLive console can range from a praise band and choir to full orchestra.

Sound for Traditional Worship

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FOH Staff •
  • January 2018
  • Sound Sanctuary
• January 16, 2018

Here’s something that you may find hard to believe: Many churches, my own included, still hold regular Traditional Worship services, and many congregants still prefer Traditional Worship over Contemporary Worship. Shocking, I know. Oddly enough, there’s a contingent of young worshippers at my church that attend Traditional Worship rather than Contemporary. They go against the grain of the average 30-something Contemporary devotees.

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Illustration by Andy Au

Person of the Year

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FOH Staff •
  • FOH at Large
  • January 2018
• January 16, 2018

I find it ironic and fitting that our president came in second place when Time magazine named the “Silence Breakers” as person of the year. The coveted title and cover of the magazine is usually reserved for public figures — such as world leaders and great innovators — and, not surprisingly, every four years, the magazine cover is delegated to the president-elect of the United States.

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