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Fits and Starts Turns How-To

Audio seminar and workshop provider Fits & Starts (best known for its surround sound tours) is now offering the manufacturer-sponsored HOW-To Church Sound 10/01/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

HOW-To Church Sound workshop attendees check out Rane and PreSonus gear at Central Carolina Technical College (Sumter, S.C.), while Mike Sokol (right) poses for the camera.

Audio seminar and workshop provider Fits & Starts (best known for its surround sound tours) is now offering the manufacturer-sponsored HOW-To Church Sound Workshops™ for audio volunteers who operate a house of worship's sound system. Each eight-hour workshop features lead instructor Mike Sokol offering hands-on training at a local venue; some colleges offer the workshop in their Continuing Education programs.

According to company founder, Hector La Torre, there will be 30 surround and 20 church sound workshops held during the remainder of 2004 and into 2005. “Instituting the HOW-To Church Sound workshop series has been an exciting, rewarding and refreshing change,” La Torre explained. “It has allowed us to cover a more complete range of audio knowledge and experience. Each workshop series keeps us on our toes. We're having fun.” For tour and registration details, visit www.fitsandstarts.com.

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