Getting Audio right with Virtual Sacrament Meeetings

Using the Church Webcasting System, YouTube, etc. Including cameras and mixers.
Wattsuk
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Re: Getting Audio right with Virtual Sacrament Meeetings

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Post by Wattsuk »

If you are using zoom then just check the box to use original audio when it comes to the hymns.
Uncheck the box when someone is speaking.

If you need to amplify the organ in someway then there are lots of options.
We found using a dynamic mic gives the correct amount of control. Just adjust the distance/mic level accordingly for the broadcast feed and it's a set it and forget it sort of thing.

This way doesn't affect anything for the in person service and doesn't need monitoring by an operator too.
rknelson
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Re: Getting Audio right with Virtual Sacrament Meeetings

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failproof wrote: Mon Apr 12, 2021 4:59 pm My other two buildings have the Allen AP-22 and the Allen LD-34B model organs, which don't have the aux-out ports.
The Allen LD-34B we have does have a connection for audio out (XLR). It is inside the cabinet. Use something thin and flat and slide it under the top on the left toward the back to release the latch. Then the top swings up. With the top up you can release the back panel easily. Our organ came with short XLR microphone cable in the jack and all ready to connect to the sound system. I think this is a standard setup for the Allen LD-34B that FM orders.

This brief 19 minute video from a BYU professor on the Allen LD-34B is an excellent introduction (for organists, not about connecting to the sound system):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgOMVVwA9w0
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