Oak Pointe Church Outfitted with Martin Audio

Advanced Audio & Lighting Systems equips sanctuary in Niles, Michigan, with Wavefront Precision Compact line arrays and iK42 amplifiers.

By PSW Staff • June 5, 2018

Advanced Audio & Lighting Systems was initially called in by Oak Pointe Church to evaluate the space and provide acoustic analysis and treatment that would eliminate room anomalies, a process which would eventually lead them to supply a new audio design based on a Martin Audio Wavefront Precision Compact line array solution.

Trent Keeling, a senior design consultant for Advanced Audio, explains that the sanctuary “had significant acoustic issues and the PA system was lacking intelligibility, pattern control, and musicality."                                                                    Read More

Powersoft Amplifiers Help Modernize Sound while Preserving Tradition at Morton Apostolic Christian Church

From: http://www.lightingandsoundamerica.com/

Morton Apostolic Christian Church has been a pillar of the community in Morton, Illinois, for 150 years. When the church decided to relocate from its century-old brick church building to a new facility that would better meet the modern needs of their congregation, the congregation realized a major audio upgrade was a key part of making everyone feel welcome in their new worship space...  

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Peoria Civic Center Performing Arts Center Upgrades with RCF TTL55-A Line Array

You’ve heard the old adage, “Will it play in Peoria?” It certainly will, thanks to the recent rehabilitation of the Peoria Civic Center Theater.

The phrase was originally coined in the 1920s during the vaudeville era. At that time, Peoria was an important stop, the vaudeville companies recognizing that if their show would work in Peoria, it would play anywhere. Over the years, because of its Central Illinois location and demographics, Peoria has become both a well-known test market, as well as a geographically convenient tour routing destination point...

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Northwoods Community Church Case Study: Revamping Reach

Northwoods Community Church has a long history of being innovative in the Peoria, Illinois, area. Originally planted by the Evangelical Mennonite denomination (now called Fellowship of Evangelical Churches or FEC) in 1990, Northwoods modeled its ministry approach after Willow Creek Community Church’s seeker-focused approach. Initially meeting in a variety of temporary venues as a portable church, Northwoods acquired 40 acres of land in the northern part of Peoria in 1991 for $135,000, paying cash through an eight-week capital campaign.                                                                                                                                                      Read More

Blackburn College

Blackburn College uses students and Danley Sound Labs to upgrade audio and revamps auditorium with Danley Sound Labs loudspeakers and subwoofers. Blackburn College upgraded its Bothwell Auditorium audio system with an array of speakers from Danley Sound Labs installed by Advanced Audio and Lighting Systems with a student construction crew... 

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Trinity Lutheran: Technologies for Worship

A Single Danley SM-96 Turns the Sound Around for Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

From: tfwm.com reprint prosoundweb.com

The history of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Chicago suburb of Oak Lawn is deep. Founded by German immigrants shortly after the Civil War, the church grew steadily through the 1930s. To accommodate that growth, Trinity constructed a 350-seat sanctuary in 1940 that still serves the church to this day. The Gothic, limestone structure is considerably longer than it is wide, and its stained glass and ornate architecture make it a...

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Peoria Civic Center

A New System Playing in Peoria: Detailing a Significant Sonic Upgrade for a Major Midwest Performing Arts Venue

Sep. 14, 2015

From: www.prosoundweb.com

“Will it play in Peoria?” asks the old adage. It certainly will at the theater within the Peoria Civic Center, thanks to a significant audio system upgrade at the Central Illinois city’s leading venue for concerts, theatrical productions, and other live events. The upgrade also allows the theater to work more cohesively with sister venues that are also part of the Civic Center Complex, including Carver Arena and a convention center.

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