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Peavey's Sanctuary Series seminar helps churches

By Staff
PEAVEY SEMINAR Peavey Mixer Engineer Tom Stuckman instructs seminar attendees on proper operation of sound systems, including Peavey's patented Feedback Ferret feedback elimination system. Submitted photo
special to The Star
August 22, 2004
Peavey Electronics Corp. hosted an educational seminar for a group of Mississippi church leaders and volunteers at its international headquarters on Friday.
The group, consisting of both pastors and church volunteers, learned the basics of audio and how to properly set up and run church audio systems. Marty McCann, senior Peavey clinician, conducted the seminar with Tom Stuckman, Peavey mixer engineer.
Andy Ray, district superintendent for the United Methodist Church in Mississippi, worked with McCann and Stuckman in setting up the seminar. He says he wanted to help his churches provide adequate sound reproduction for their congregations.
Ray said Peavey's new Sanctuary Series product line, which is designed to make professional audio easy and cost-effective for houses of worship, will be helpful for churches in his district especially since volunteers usually handle the audio responsibilities.
The Peavey Sanctuary Series includes mixers with built-in feedback elimination and Automix technology, a feature that can automatically mute microphones not being used, which minimizes ambient noise; loudspeakers designed for superior sound reproduction while preserving the aesthetics of sanctuaries; plus microphones, power amplifiers and more.

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