Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas.
USA - When the time came for Cornerstone Church in San Antonio to go digital in its 4,700-seat sanctuary, there were three targets that had to be hit: Freedom for the ministers' and musicians' visions, financial responsibility for proper stewardship, and foundational planning for the future. With a church that ministers to 20,000 members locally and reaches every country on the planet, the genesis of where that ministering signal starts is crucial to the success of everything that follows.

Planning the renovation of the church's audio system covered a period of a year and a half and was completed in late summer with the installation of two new DiGiCo mixing consoles: the SD5 at FOH and the SD10 for monitors. These desks act as the hub of a new fibre-based signal transport system that has transformed the church's signal flow and vastly improved the sonic quality of both live and broadcast services.

"With the SD10/ME-1 combination we can give the musicians so much control over what they hear," notes Franco Herrejon, monitor engineer for Cornerstone. "It was like Christmas in August when we rolled this out; the musicians were in control of their mix, and that has allowed them a freedom they have never had here before. Also, Pastor Matt and the other singers can hear so much better. I can direct whatever they want to their in-ear mixes without compromising stage volume or risking feedback."

(Jim Evans)

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