FAV Hosts Microphone Techniques Seminar — Sound Micing Techniques Seminar February 1, 2003 – Global Sound

Global Sound – (PRWEB) January 24, 2003


OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (January 24, 2003) – As part of its 2003 Church Training Series, Ford Audio-Video (FAV) formally announced its Sound Micing Techniques seminar. The event will be held February 1, 2003, at FAV’s new corporate headquarters facility.

Topics include; micing of pulpit, choir, instruments, vocals and praise groups. Operational theory of condenser and dynamic microphones: patterns, sensitivity and feedback. Proper use of pulpit, lavalier, head-worn and hand-held microphones and much more!

The seminar is targeted to Sound Operators, Ministers of Music, Media Directors, Pastors and Youth Ministers. Instructors will include company President Jim Ford, E.E., P.E., Mike Gullo, Don Worley and David Taylor. In addition, representative from participating sponsors, Audio-Technica, Sennheiser and Shure will be in attendance.

Future events are also planned focusing upon video projection & screens, theatrical lighting, in ear monitors, and video production and editing. For further information visit http://www.fordav.com or call toll free 1-800-654-6744.

About Ford Audio-Video:

Ford Audio-Video designs, installs, rents, and services professional sound, video, and lighting systems for churches, education, corporate, government, entertainment and sporting venues. Established in 1973 Ford employs 200 with offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Denver, and Las Vegas.

Recognized as one of the top audio-video integrators in the nation Ford was selected to provide audio-video systems for the US House of Representatives. Other systems installed include Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Houston Intercontinental Airport, Opryland in Nashville, Denver Bronco and Rockies stadiums, West Angeles Church of God in Los Angeles, and the Cyber Warfare Integration Center for the US Military.

Specializing in advanced computer controlled digital sound, video and lighting systems, Ford engineers focus on engineering technically excellent systems while Ford project managers strive to install quality systems on time and under budget. Following the installation, the company provides technical and operating instruction at its new customer training facility. Service centers provide 24/7 support for all installed systems.

SOURCE: Ford Audio-Video Systems, Inc.

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