Preaching, worship, and tech!
Each an integral part of a service / worship experience!
Each requires their own preparation. Yet must work in synchronicity to ensure effective delivery! Often times easier said than done! Yet, can be easily overcome! Come learn how! Tweak, explore, learn, touch and handle at NW MinCon 18’s Tech Arts Experience.
Because the message is too important not to be seen or heard!
Matt “Sound” Lawrence is one of the top-tier audio mixing engineers in the world. Here are just a few of the shows you may have heard him mix for: The Voice, Britain’s Got Talent, Jimmy Kimmel, The Today Show, Dancing with the Stars, MTV EMA’s, Radio Disney Music Awards, CMA Awards, AMA Awards. Matt is joining us at NW MinCon as one of the presenters in the Worship Tech track.
Douglas Jones is Professor of Acoustics Emeritus and the founder of the Audio Arts and Acoustics department at Columbia College Chicago. He has worked in acoustics on 6 continents on projects ranging from radio stations in developing countries to internationally recognized recording studios. He is still waiting for that hot gig in Antarctica!
The Responding is a collection of artists, songwriters and musicians all united with one belief – that God has given us a vision, and we are called to simply respond to Jesus, and to inspire others to do the same.
David Harsh is an independent Christian artist who is committed to glorifying God with music, whether leading worship or sharing original songs.
Mikey Moore is one of the Worship Director at Crossroads Community Church overseeing worship for all Crossroads campuses and ministries. He is also lead vocalist for The Responding and former lead vocalist for The Exchange.
Originally from Overlake Christian Church in Redmond, WA, Dave has been preaching and leading worship for close to forty years. Dave founded Focus Worship, (now Focus Partners LLC,).
Brian Reding is a Seattle based music producer, the owner of R&B Studios, and a member of The Grammy Recording Academy.