Installing audio into Houses of Worship can present its own challenges. The structure of these specialist buildings affects the sound that can be produced. Most churches are designed in the shape of a cross with a central aisle, the nave, flanked by two aisles with high ceilings and large amounts of stone in the form of archways and flagged floors that causes sound to reflect.
Modern church music can range from traditional organ/choirs to having bands, singers, and multi-instrument groups or can be a mix of both. Therefore, great thought and technical expertise needs to go into the design process to provide good quality sound.
Case Studies, Articles & Projects
Case Study: St Bede's South Tynside