Greenwood Baptist Church (Bowling Green, KY) - The perfect example of a traditional
building with contemporary technology. We knew from the very beginning that we didn’t want
to take away from the beautiful wood beams and stained glass accents. However, we did want
to achieve superior sound and video to compliment the contemporary worship style. We
decided to go with line array speakers so we could tuck them up higher and still get full
coverage of the room and LED displays on the walls rather than a projection system for a
smaller footprint, but high quality and viewing from anywhere in the room.
Project Reference: Lindsey Sewell (email@example.com)
Hardin Baptist Church (Hardin, KY) - The details in this church are absolutely phenomenal.
Every aspect of the building is well thought out and planned. One of the biggest hurdles we
had is keeping the new sound system high enough in the air so that it was not noticeable. We
also had to keep the speakers higher than normal to not interfere with the new projectors that
are shooting from the center of the room to both sides of the stage. We were able to put in
multiple clusters of speakers and keep them high enough to completely cover the room with
great sound and not block the projection screens.
Project Reference: Matt Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hillvue Heights Church (Bowling Green, KY) - With a large staff and multiple facilities, you
have a lot of hands on the different aspects of your technology and everyone needs to be able
to use these tools for ministry. On this project, we wanted to make the multi-use rooms
throughout the church very user-friendly. This was accomplished by mirroring the equipment
used in all locations for familiarity and running as much as we could through a rack mounted
switcher so that if you changed that video and audio settings could be stored and recalled with
the push of a button.
Project Reference: Keith Scarborough (email@example.com)
Living Hope Baptist Church (Bowling Green, KY) - This is one of our favorite worship centers
with one of our hardest audio designs. To each side of the room there is a slight elevation with
pews from front to back as well as a staired set of pews going all the way to the balcony. We
not only had to get sound coverage from front to back, but also at different elevations side by
side. The final design, that turned out amazing, was a Left/Right array system with a center
array for gap and front coverage. We also flew a subwoofer to each side and a dual cardioid
subwoofer in the center.
Project Reference: Matt Brisolara (firstname.lastname@example.org)