HST student and Church of Christ at White Station minister Clay Fowler built a studio on a Coronavirus budget to make the church’s live streams better.
- Adobe Premier Pro, iMovie
- Camera: Panasonic HC-V770* (any video recorder with a quality lens will suffice)
- Capture Card: Blackmagic UltraStudio Mini Recorder (HDMI to Thunderbolt 2)* – to convert the video to the proper format for streaming
- Microphone: Blue Yeti (USB)* – these are the mics we use at HST for our HST LIVE classrooms.
- OBS Software
- Building Acoustic Absorption Panels
- Placement Tips for Acoustic Panels
- LED light panels: Video 1, Video 2
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Clay Fowler is a student at Harding School of Theology in the a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry program. He is the Community Engagement Minister at the Church of Christ at White Station. Clay has a BS in Art (Harding University), an MAT in Art Education (University of Memphis), and a variety of skills and experience from positions in graphic design and public school teaching.
Bob Turner preaches twice each month at the Church of Christ at White Station in Memphis. He has been with HST since 2009. He publishes a newsletter of curated resources for ministers called Footnotes. Subscribe here.
Harding School of Theology (HST), a seminary in Memphis, TN, has been equipping ministers since 1958. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, and offering degree programs at the master’s and doctoral levels, HST equips Christian leaders to higher standards of ministry scholarship and challenges them to a deeper faith in God. Combining academic rigor and interpersonal connections, HST emphasizes student engagement in ministry as they study. HST is associated with Churches of Christ, is part of the Stone-Campbell Movement, and is part of Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas.