The church tech conference
for the entire team.

SALT Conference • Oct 2020 • Nashville, TN

A church tech conference
for the entire team.

SALT Conference • Oct 2020 • Nashville

Trusted By Experts.

The following churches and brands have participated or attended SALT as a tech conference:

Passion City Church
Saddleback Church
DPA Microphones Supports SALT Conference
North Point Community Church
L-Acoustics Audio
Sony Faith
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Why SALT is the best church tech conference for you and your team:

  • 40+ sessions to make you better at what you do in audio, video, lighting and more!
  • Sessions to help you learn how to develop your most difficult volunteers.
  • Classes that provide a playbook on changing the status quo in your ministry.
  • A variety of vendors showcasing the latest technology for the church.
  • Main sessions that help you eliminate burnout and increase purpose for your team.
  • Worship environment from world-class worship leaders so you can worship without working.
  • We technicians are a special breed, feel understood and find community at SALT Conference.

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SALT Conference is the MUST ATTEND church tech conference for you and your entire team!

Nashville, TN. October 2020 (Exact Dates to be announced soon)

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Previous SALT Conference Speakers & Leaders

2019 Conference Workshops & Sessions Included:

  • Using Resolume in Worship

    Workshop Description: Being able to mix various video elements together, while seamlessly pixel mapping your output to a custom screen size, unique LED formation or a projection mapped output, are just a few reasons that Resolume is starting to make an impact in worship enviornments. Come see this new software in action and learn how Church of the Highlands in Birmingham has leveraged the power of this program to improve their Sunday worship environment.

    Time & Place: Workshop Session A – Treehouse 1
    Speaker: Adam Hobson
    Key Topics: Projection/Media, Worship

  • A Complete Guide to LED Lighting

    Workshop Description: With the mass amount of LED available in the marketplace (par lights, ellipsoidals, strip tape, moving head lights and more) there are many pro’s and con’s to switching to lamp-free lighting fixtures. We’ll explore these fixtures and help you walk away with a comprehensive understanding of LED lights so you can be ready for your next event or install.

    Place & Time: Workshop Session A – Treehouse 3
    Speaker: Andy Rushing
    Key Topics: Lighting/Stage, Foundations

  • Choosing the Right Microphone

    Workshop Description: In audio, the output is always a reflection of your input. So lets make sure to input the right sound by choosing the right microphone. Come learn from Doug Gould, a veteran audio professional who worked for the leading microphone manufacturer for over a decade, and now spends his time investing in churches all across the world. This will be a beginner friendly class and for those who want to dive deeper into microphone technology.

    Time & Place: Workshop Session B – Treehouse 2
    Speaker: Doug Gould
    Key Topics: Audio/Sound, Foundations

  • The Technology and Process Behind the Teaching Plasma

    Workshop Description: Countless people from Andy Stanley to Chris Hodges, are beginning to adopt the “teaching plasma” as a way to interact with key teaching points and scripture so it looks great on camera and the teacher can interact with the content. Come learn the technology and process of setting this up in church from a guy who runs it for Church of the Highlands every week!

    Place & Time: Workshop Session C – Treehouse 4
    Speaker: Adam Hobson
    Key Topics: Projection/Media

  • Improving Lyrics in Worship

    Workshop Description: Your lyric presentation is a vital part of your worship service, but sometimes we aren’t presenting to the best of our ability or with excellence. This workshop will skip the design and color theory, jumping right into making you and your team more efficient, better organized, and confidently prepared for your services (and save you time!). Everyone will find the information beneficial, no matter what software or hardware you prefer to use.

    Time & Place: Workshop Session C – Treehouse 1
    Speaker: Aaron West
    Key Topics: Projection/Media, Worship

  • Making Church More Visual

    Workshop Description: Have you ever thought, “There’s got to be a different way to do this?” when it comes to the services and events at your church? Even if you don’t have the power to change your church’s order of worship, this workshop will lead you to discover new ways of helping your congregation and staff engage with the gospel (and each other) using visual learning, perfect for such a time as this!

    Place & Time: Workshop Session C – Student Center 3
    Speaker: Emily Mills
    Key Topics: Creative Process, Leadership

  • Getting a Great Mix Without Expensive Tools

    Workshop Description: How do you get a great mix without a great budget? There’s absolutely a way. In this class we’ll use the Behringer X32 as a way to teach you and your volunteers how to get a great mix regardless of your gear. From pre-amps to bussing, compression to automix, and everything in between, you’ll leave this class with practical tasks to improve your mix, no matter what sound equipment you own.

    Time & Place: Workshop Session D – Student Center 1
    Speaker: Timmy Wagoner
    Key Topics: Audio/Sound

  • Do You Hear What I Hear? Headset Mics and the Spoken Word in Worship

    Workshop Description: Feedback loops, poor speech intelligibility and bad tone are often the results of improper use of headsets and lavaliers, a type of microphone that is used in nearly every worship experience. This presentation will demonstrate several different headset microphones and will give the participant instructions on how to effectively incorporate them into their congregation’s worship.

    Place & Time: Workshop Session E – Chapel
    Speaker: Frank Baird
    Key Topics: Audio/Sound

  • SketchUp 101: 3D Set & Environment Design

    Workshop Description: Whether it’s a lobby renovation, pop-up volunteer display, or full-blown set design for your next service or camp, designing in a 3D software can make your life way easier to work out the details! However, often software like that is expensive and tough to learn. Nate Griffin has a solution for you! Sketchup. Come learn the basics of this class and the building blocks to making your first 3D design from a guy who’s been doing it for decades.

    Place & Time:  Workshop Session E – Student Center 3
    Speaker: Nate Griffin
    Key Topics: Lighting/Stage, Foundations

SALT 2020 Information Packet

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SALT 2020 is produced by SALT Conferences, a division of Orange Thread Media, LLC.
Nashville, TN – October 2020

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