Speaker

  • David Stagl
    David Stagl
    Church Audio Director, Professional Audio Engineer, and Audio Consultant/Teacher

    David Stagl began serving the church as Audio Director for his home church in the western suburbs of Chicago. In 2006 he relocated to the Atlanta area where he served as Audio Director for North Point Community Church for 9 years. Today Dave provides training, consulting, and audio production for houses of worship of all sizes throughout the country while continuing to mix and master audio for a variety of music and video-related projects from his own studio based in Atlanta.

    Some of the many churches Dave has provided audio and training services that include: North Point Ministries (Atlanta, GA), Christ Fellowship (West Palm Beach, FL), Eagle Brook Church (Minneapolis, MN), Mount Paran Church of God (Atlanta, GA), Victory World Church (Norcross, GA), and Christ Community Church (St. Charles, IL). Dave has also worked with a variety of artists including Kristian Stanfill, Kim Walker-Smith, Jesus Culture, Lecrae, North Point Music, Steve Fee, Todd Fields, Chris Tomlin, Phil Keaggy, Mark Schultz, Buddy Greene, and Matthew West. He has also served corporate and broadcast clients including HGTV, Discovery Channel, Home Depot, Motorola, Wyndham Vacations, Apple Vacations, Siemens, and McDougall Littell.

    Dave is a member of the Waves Live artist roster. He has consulted and field tested equipment for leading manufacturers such as Avid and Shure. In his spare time, Dave enjoys writing and has published the popular audio website, Going to 11 (www.goingto11.com) since 2006. His articles have also been featured on Waves’ website (www.waves.com) and in Church Production magazine.

    Dave lives outside of Atlanta with his wonderful wife of 20 years, Heather, and their two children.

Production Team Volunteer Development Strategies

Production teams sometimes require different things to build them up as volunteers and individuals. Church production veteran David Stagl discusses strategies for developing production volunteers at all skill levels.

Takeaways include:

1 – Understand the different types of development that production volunteers need

2 – Examine different methodologies and approaches for training and development

3 – Discover ways to systematize training and development in your church

4 – Learn when to develop these things in-house and to bring in an expert


Date

Oct 25 2022

Time

CST
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Tracks

Leadership & Management,
Production Technology
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