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What do we really mean by ‘white’ light?
06 Apr 2015

What do we really mean by ‘white’ light?

Have you ever purchased light bulbs for your house or church, whether they be those spiraling little CFLs, a traditional halogen bulb, or the new fancy LEDs, only to get back home and find out that the “white” light bulb you purchased is actually a different color than everything else in the room? While all of these different lights are technically defined as “white light,”...

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Recreating the Essence of Guitar Greats
15 Apr 2013

Recreating the Essence of Guitar Greats

As a guitarist, I love to play with tone and effects. I enjoy playing with great effects generators and building “new” sounds. Of course my favorite way to play is straight through a great tube amp. My ’67 ES-335 generates beautiful tone that warms the room and steals the show through a Fender Vintage Reissue ’65 Twin Reverb or similar high-quality tube amp. When I...

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Could multi-track recording help your church?
11 Apr 2013

Could multi-track recording help your church?

Provision doesn’t often recommend multi-track recording options for churches.  This is in part due to the cost, but it is also because we don’t want to propagate the trendy concept that all churches should be putting out their own worship albums.  But that’s a discussion for another post… Before you toss out multi-track as unnecessary for your church and something you can’t see making much...

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Improve Your Mix Right NOW!
23 Jan 2013

Improve Your Mix Right NOW!

The article from Pro Sound Web is a great starting place for getting your mixes sounding fuller with greater clarity. Use the right tool, the right way, in the right situation… Here’s how: Read the Article