Audio Training

You probably don't need new gear. It's your audio techs that need training. 


Seminars, online videos, podcasts, and forums are great. But when you are back in your sanctuary with your gear and your techs...have you ever felt stuck? Well, finally there’s help for your Audio Team! We are so excited to have put together a training course for audio techs that brings us to your church! You can invite as many of your team as you’d like and even people who aren’t serving yet, but are interested. 


Here’s what it’ll look like:

Two Group Training Sessions with your whole tech team and Two Individual Training Sessions with each tech!



Group Training #1

A 2-hour training session at your church where you’ll learn the basics of signal flow, gain staging, equalization, and the heart of the sound tech’s job. Resolution of some of your current issues so you’ll get some “quick wins.”


Group Training #2

A second 2-hour training session at your church where you’ll learn Best Practices of monitoring, mics, mixing, troubleshooting, etc.


Individual Trainings

Each tech will receive two individual training sessions during a weekly rehearsal, where you’ll have the chance to ask very specific questions and receive real mentoring where each tech needs it most.


And remember, this is at your church with your equipment and your band!

Call/Text (717) 468-6428, email info@adlibmusic.com,

or click here to set up a free appointment.


How much does it cost?

The two group trainings are $650 and two individual trainings are $350. 

For 1 tech: $1,000

For 2 techs: $1,350

For 3 techs: $1,700

For 4 techs: $2,050

For 5 techs: $2,400

These rates include travel, but if the church is more than 45 minutes away from the Coach, the standard IRS mileage rate is added. This is usually about $100 per hour of travel.


Audio Coach

Tony Guyer is an Engineer, Producer, and Pro Tools Instructor. In addition to being an Audio Coach with Ad Lib Music, he's an Adjunct Professor of Audio at Lancaster Bible College, and recording engineer and owner of Forgotten Genre Productions. He was the Road Manager for Sixpence None The Richer, Smalltown Poets, Waterdeep, and the Monitor Engineer for The Waiting. He plays bass guitar at Crossway Church.


Call/Text (717) 468-6428, email info@adlibmusic.com,

or click here to set up a free appointment.