by Creative Arts Pastor Sean Bublitz

One thing that’s been incredibly helpful to us over the years has been seeing how other people do it. We realize that in our bubble there are many things we don’t see, don’t think about, or don’t have the right answer for yet. Experiencing the same thing, done a bit differently, exposes us to innovative thinking and gets us outside of our box.

With that in mind the intention of this post is to give you a recent behind-the-scenes peek at how Granger Community Church does Production. This isn’t all inclusive. That wouldn’t fit in one post. This is a virtual, visual tour of our production environments and how we do things.

If you’re interested in our gear list you can see our previous post.


We have 3 identical Studer Vista 8 consoles.  One at FOH, one for Ear Monitors, and one for our Broadcast mix.  Each console has a set of outboard gear and we currently use volunteers to operate many audio positions on the weekend.  Our main PA is made up of Meyer MSL-4, DS-4, and DF-4 enclosures along with Meyer 650-P subs.  We use Smaart as well as Audia for our system control.

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