Worship Mythbusters Episode 9: “Church Tech Wars!”

EPISODE 9 of Worship Mythbusters is LIVE! I had an energetic discussion with my good friend Jeremy  Blasongame about church tech and all things in the “booth”.

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

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  1. Anxious to hear this one. I just got through telling a friend how my life was changed thanks to a couple of techs at a Don Moen concert. They’ll surely never know. 
    I started at 16 as a music store flunkie. Got into live sound soon afterward (one of the few musicians with ears who had a clue about it), then into recording (grease pencils and razor blades — before the digital revolution), then more recording and more live sound. 

    I love the trade. I love, respect, and worship Jesus Christ. 

    Again, anxious to hear this podcast!

  2. Anxious to hear this one. I just got through telling a friend how my life was changed thanks to a couple of techs at a Don Moen concert. They’ll surely never know. 
    I started at 16 as a music store flunkie. Got into live sound soon afterward (one of the few musicians with ears who had a clue about it), then into recording (grease pencils and razor blades — before the digital revolution), then more recording and more live sound. 
    I love the trade. I love, respect, and worship Jesus Christ. 
    Again, anxious to hear this podcast!

  3. Anxious to hear this one. I just got through telling a friend how my life was changed thanks to a couple of techs at a Don Moen concert. They’ll surely never know. 
    I started at 16 as a music store flunkie. Got into live sound soon afterward (one of the few musicians with ears who had a clue about it), then into recording (grease pencils and razor blades — before the digital revolution), then more recording and more live sound. 

    I love the trade. I love, respect, and worship Jesus Christ. 

    Again, anxious to hear this podcast!

  4. Anxious to hear this one. I just got through telling a friend how my life was changed thanks to a couple of techs at a Don Moen concert. They’ll surely never know. 
    I started at 16 as a music store flunkie. Got into live sound soon afterward (one of the few musicians with ears who had a clue about it), then into recording (grease pencils and razor blades — before the digital revolution), then more recording and more live sound. 

    I love the trade. I love, respect, and worship Jesus Christ. 

    Again, anxious to hear this podcast!

  5. Anxious to hear this one. I just got through telling a friend how my life was changed thanks to a couple of techs at a Don Moen concert. They’ll surely never know. 
    I started at 16 as a music store flunkie. Got into live sound soon afterward (one of the few musicians with ears who had a clue about it), then into recording (grease pencils and razor blades — before the digital revolution), then more recording and more live sound. 

    I love the trade. I love, respect, and worship Jesus Christ. 

    Again, anxious to hear this podcast!

  6. Dug it, bro.  We’ve been dealing with tech audio issues since before I started working here in November.  I’ve done as much as I know how to do.  As a worship pastor, I’ve had my fair share of tech issues/malfunctions – but I am definitely NOT an expert.  I talked with my lead pastor yesterday, and we’ve decided to bring in an experienced audio technician to tune our system to our specific room, take stock of the hardware we are currently not using (rack eq’s, effects, compressors) and train our volunteer audio engineers.  We’ve got 3 guys who are very much competent, but haven’t had any formal training.  I’m looking forward to making some headway with this.
    We are understanding more and more how important it is for things to work correctly on the tech side.  

    My bassist found this blog, which I will pass along as I think you might find it both helpful and humorous! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Rich!

    The “Right” Sound
    http://tinyurl.com/42nakgz

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elgin!
      By the way, I bet you could find some helpful links on Jeremy’s blog from the show notes. Bless you!
      Rich Kirkpatrick
      http://rkweblog.com

  7. Dug it, bro.  We’ve been dealing with tech audio issues since before I started working here in November.  I’ve done as much as I know how to do.  As a worship pastor, I’ve had my fair share of tech issues/malfunctions – but I am definitely NOT an expert.  I talked with my lead pastor yesterday, and we’ve decided to bring in an experienced audio technician to tune our system to our specific room, take stock of the hardware we are currently not using (rack eq’s, effects, compressors) and train our volunteer audio engineers.  We’ve got 3 guys who are very much competent, but haven’t had any formal training.  I’m looking forward to making some headway with this.
    We are understanding more and more how important it is for things to work correctly on the tech side.  
    My bassist found this blog, which I will pass along as I think you might find it both helpful and humorous! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Rich!
    The “Right” Sound
    http://tinyurl.com/42nakgz

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elgin!
      By the way, I bet you could find some helpful links on Jeremy’s blog from the show notes. Bless you!
      Rich Kirkpatrick
      http://rkweblog.com

  8. Dug it, bro.  We’ve been dealing with tech audio issues since before I started working here in November.  I’ve done as much as I know how to do.  As a worship pastor, I’ve had my fair share of tech issues/malfunctions – but I am definitely NOT an expert.  I talked with my lead pastor yesterday, and we’ve decided to bring in an experienced audio technician to tune our system to our specific room, take stock of the hardware we are currently not using (rack eq’s, effects, compressors) and train our volunteer audio engineers.  We’ve got 3 guys who are very much competent, but haven’t had any formal training.  I’m looking forward to making some headway with this.
    We are understanding more and more how important it is for things to work correctly on the tech side.  

    My bassist found this blog, which I will pass along as I think you might find it both helpful and humorous! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Rich!

    The “Right” Sound
    http://tinyurl.com/42nakgz

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elgin!
      By the way, I bet you could find some helpful links on Jeremy’s blog from the show notes. Bless you!
      Rich Kirkpatrick
      http://rkweblog.com

  9. Dug it, bro.  We’ve been dealing with tech audio issues since before I started working here in November.  I’ve done as much as I know how to do.  As a worship pastor, I’ve had my fair share of tech issues/malfunctions – but I am definitely NOT an expert.  I talked with my lead pastor yesterday, and we’ve decided to bring in an experienced audio technician to tune our system to our specific room, take stock of the hardware we are currently not using (rack eq’s, effects, compressors) and train our volunteer audio engineers.  We’ve got 3 guys who are very much competent, but haven’t had any formal training.  I’m looking forward to making some headway with this.
    We are understanding more and more how important it is for things to work correctly on the tech side.  

    My bassist found this blog, which I will pass along as I think you might find it both helpful and humorous! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Rich!

    The “Right” Sound
    http://tinyurl.com/42nakgz

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elgin!
      By the way, I bet you could find some helpful links on Jeremy’s blog from the show notes. Bless you!
      Rich Kirkpatrick
      http://rkweblog.com

  10. Dug it, bro.  We’ve been dealing with tech audio issues since before I started working here in November.  I’ve done as much as I know how to do.  As a worship pastor, I’ve had my fair share of tech issues/malfunctions – but I am definitely NOT an expert.  I talked with my lead pastor yesterday, and we’ve decided to bring in an experienced audio technician to tune our system to our specific room, take stock of the hardware we are currently not using (rack eq’s, effects, compressors) and train our volunteer audio engineers.  We’ve got 3 guys who are very much competent, but haven’t had any formal training.  I’m looking forward to making some headway with this.
    We are understanding more and more how important it is for things to work correctly on the tech side.  

    My bassist found this blog, which I will pass along as I think you might find it both helpful and humorous! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Rich!

    The “Right” Sound
    http://tinyurl.com/42nakgz

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elgin!
      By the way, I bet you could find some helpful links on Jeremy’s blog from the show notes. Bless you!
      Rich Kirkpatrick
      http://rkweblog.com

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