NEW KOREAN CHURCH CHOOSES DLIVE

The Holy Flames Methodist Church in Pangyo city, Korea, recently completed construction of its 1,850 capacity main chapel, and selected Allen & Heath’s dLive digital mixing system at FOH.

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“We wanted a digital mixer but I had my reservations about digital preamp performance. However, during a demo of the dLive system, I was very impressed by its preamp quality and intuitive user interface. Also, we can enjoy the benefits of future firmware updates,” explains Pastor Yoonha Kim.

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Supplied by distributor, Samasound, the system comprises an S3000 Surface with DM48 MixRack. The system manages a diverse worship programme, which includes a musical Friday evening service and three services on Sundays ranging from the traditional, involving a 60-strong choir with piano and organ accompaniment, to a youth service with 12 singers and a band, comprising saxophone, guitar, bass, drums, and two keyboards.

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“dLive's sound is transparent, well balanced, and can cover a wide range of sound colouration, from soft and warm to thick and powerful. On the surface, you can see all functions at a glance, and wrap-around rotaries make control easy. There are also various view modes, which can be customised by the user. I can use up to 26 user defined SoftKeys to recall specific scenes and mute groups, and a huge bonus is dLive's channel ganging option, which is very easy to approach and to configure,” concludes Pastor Yoonha Kim.