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I grew up in Schuller's Orange County and literally watched the Crystal Cathedral as it was being built. Having some acquaintance with all of the dramas that had been associated with that ministry, I was very well aware when the bankruptcy was declared and found it to be just as shocking as most other people. Once that started to come together, I felt like this was a story that needed to be told. This remarkable ministry that had started in a drive-in theater had grown tremendously, had become a model for what it meant to be a pastor in the contemporary world and then to see this empire crumble. It had a nice bookend, if you will, and that always attracts attention to people like me who would like to provide a more detailed, nuanced, and yet full understanding of what actually happened here in this ministry.
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Yeah. That was a really conscious decision at the time to not be Garden Grove Reformed Church. For sure, it was because reformed ... It had no marketing ability. It can only stand to put people off. I think if you actually look at some of the records, he was a little bit embarrassed by some of his Dutch reformed compatriots who are already there in Southern California. Because as we discussed in the book, he had a lot of trouble finding a spot to actually hold worship. The lore of the drive-in movie theater where it ended up in 1955 was actually 9th out of 10 possibilities.
One of the things I want to add is Schuller stumbled on a strategy to unite strangers at church. Churches, for as long as we've known them, are connected because friends, and family, and neighbors invite each other to church. Between getting the message out about a service that's accessible, and allowing people who did not know each other to occupy the same place was remarkable. He was able to then, in thinking about that, be able to figure out how can I accentuate this principle in every way possible in my messages, as well as in the space that I have, as well as in the broadcast that I eventually take on. I think this is part of what makes the modern church so distinctive.
Even though he never solved that problem, it is remarkable that he was able to build a 50-year ministry with such strength and persuade so many people of being able to manage things in this way that it really became the default of what clergy see as church management today. I think that no one would disagree that today, pastors see themselves as managers of their churches, not necessarily a doctrinal protectors who advocate things simply from the pulpit. Instead, we all have to be a part of managing our congregations. We all need to pay attention to where the revenue is going to come from. We all need to make sure that the mixture of the constituency of the church, the charisma that's coming from the pastor, and the ministry, as well as the capital resources are all operating in sync with each other.
As a contrast, we can look at Mosaic in Los Angeles, which is a Southern Baptist Church, led by Erwin McManus. That ministry for 20, 30 years has actually kept the same age profile, still an average age that's around 27, 28, or 29 years old. That is a remarkable phenomenon when you can see a ministry that can continue to appeal to a changing culture over time, and still be able to have relevance to those people.
The first single from the new album Metalusion will be 'Ground Zero', out March 21st through Magna Carta. The label will be pressing a very limited amount of CD copies, which will be available through Amazon.com, etc, and will also be available on iTunes for MP3 download. This single will also feature a alternate version of the song, which contains different solos from me and Jim (Gilmour/keyboards), as well as a different mix. And, today (March 1st) I will be shooting some DVD material in a Toronto studio for an upcoming Guitar World issue. More info on that later."
You can use the AC volts range, or your ears (or a battery), to measure phasing, thusly:You need a reasonable stereo sound source without drastic left or right content or preferably mono (or mono switch or FM mono).Your amp and speakers should be marked, and hopefully your speaker wires have polarity markings.Where to measure will depend on what part you want to check for correct phasing.
Hi Jimmy, How many speakers do you have in your car, 2, 4? If I put up the phase test as a downloadable MP3 on my website, would that help you to try in your car? If it is truly out of phase then the out of phase MP3 would actually sound in phase!
Hi, Glad to hear that the little phase test has helped you. The only thing that I can think of to test just the tweetters is to download a WAV file of a pure sine wave ABOVE the cutoff frequency of your crossover (somewhere between 3kHz and 6kHz ish) and see if you could audibly detect any phasing discrepancies on the tweeters.
Hi Christian, It is certainly possible for the tweeters and bass units to be out of phase with each other. To test tweeters in isolation you could try downloading a WAV file of a sine wave ABOVE the cutoff frequency of your crossover (around 3kHz and 6kHz) and see if you can audibly detect any phasing discrepancies on the tweeters.
To check phasing INSIDE a speaker, you would need to use another method.Battery, microphone and scope, or physically tracing the wires and looking for polarity marks on the speaker terminals of the individual speakers.Also, you will need to know about inverted polarity used on certain crossovers (reversed by design for a given configuration); and also trust the manufacturer follows modern polarity conventions.
Hi, As your speakers are a standard stereo pair (with a bass unit) and things worked fine before with the same sound card then it does seem to point to dodgy wiring on the speakers. You could check this by downloading the test files on to an MP3 player and plugging your new speakers into the headphone socket of your MP3 player. If the problem persists in this set-up then it definitely points to faulty wiring in the speakers. Hope this helps.
If you prefer the previous setting, then it would be easy to swap the terminals back. However, you have got so used to how it was that it might just take you a while to get used to. If the way you have it now is correct and everything is in phase I would persevere with it until you get used to the new (correct) sound; we humans are remarkably adaptable ?
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