Korean Church Uses Harrison’s New Trion Consoles

Yonsei Central Baptist Church, the second-largest church in Seoul, Korea, has chosen three of Harrison’s new Trion™ audio consoles. Founded by Pastor Yoon, the ministry’s workshops and sermons have seen attendance levels rising. The newly designed prayer center at the base of Yonsie’s Prayer Mountain is designed to accommodate tens of thousands of worshippers with a massive worship hall, as well as large auditoriums for gatherings, prayer rooms, overnight lodging and dining amenities for members and guests.
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Yonsei Central Baptist Church, the second-largest church in Seoul, Korea, has chosen three of Harrison’s new Trion™ audio consoles. Founded by Pastor Yoon, the ministry’s workshops and sermons have seen attendance levels rising. The newly designed prayer center at the base of Yonsie’s Prayer Mountain is designed to accommodate tens of thousands of worshippers with a massive worship hall, as well as large auditoriums for gatherings, prayer rooms, overnight lodging and dining amenities for members and guests.

The Trion is Harrison’s latest Generation-3 control surface and uses Linux and USB technology, as well as Ethernet connectivity. A single Trion, when used as a front-of-house console, also provides the onstage monitor mixes from a stage-side remote controller. To share resources, each console is networked via fiber to a Harrison digital.engine™ and have combined resources consisting of 288 mic inputs, 160 digital 40-bit channels and more than 96 fader strips.

Each Trion is Generation-3-compatible and runs on Harrison’s IKIS™ platform. All consoles features built-in 15-inch monitors positioned above each eight faders for a dedicated view of each channel’s information. The Trion consoles also feature Harrison’s PreView™ waveform envelope display, which gives the operator a visual representation of the channel name, stem assignments, EQ graph, dynamics graph, aux sends, input metering and surround panning.

Tom Semmes, Harrison’s international broadcast sales manager, comments, “During my first visit, the church made it clear they needed a multipurpose system that would never sacrifice audio quality. Once I saw the scale of the project, I knew we could provide both a totally integrated solution and the unsurpassed audio performance they demanded. They did their homework and recognized the advantages of our 40-bit end-to-end, Wide Pipe™ processing and new surface flexibility.”

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