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temporary worship space


I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this question, but I figure someone will offer something. My church has to meet in a long term temporary space and the location of the band area will have to be set basically on the side of the congregation possibly midway back. So, my main question is, should we have speakers set up at the band area pointing out over the congregation or should we go through the front of house speakers where everyone is facing. I'm not sure how much of an issue feedback will be. Our setup isn't ideal (would rather be closer to the front) but it's what we have to work with. Any thoughts?
May 25, 2012 @07:21pm

Feedback might be a problem. It depends on a lot of things. My concern would be that the congratulation will here audio from the side (Drums, Piano, and any other acoustic instrument, and other sounds from "up there" The singers ETC. It will sound odd. I think you need your own speakers for the band, (Or turn the congratulation 90 deg.)
May 26, 2012 @09:06pm