I have had the pleasure to know and work with Chuck Walthall for over 25 years. His knowledge and experience have been key in developing audio systems that meet and surpass our expectations in venues as small as a 100 seat multi-media auditorium, to an indoor sports arena and water park, as well as a 6,200 seat church and performing arts auditorium with the latest in digital sound technology. His insight and attention to detail guarantee a worry free design/build process for the customer.
Specializing in architectural acoustics and noise control in theaters, classrooms, conference rooms, auditoria and worship spaces.
Ranging from basic audio-visual reinforcement to complex multi-sensorial systems designed to deliver a unique experience to the audience.
Offering advanced commercial control and automation systems to steamline audio, video, computer, and lighting control integration.
The Apple Consultants Network is the preferred source for Apple-certified technical consultants. Walthall & Associates is an Apple Certified Support Professional that delivers technology consulting and professional services to clients of all types.
Given the breakneck speed with which technology is moving, designing and installing an audio/video and lighting system that will serve now and still be viable in 10 years, may seem like an impossible task. However, when New Psalmist Baptist Church moved from its campus on Old Frederick Road in Baltimore to an all new facility, that is just what Minister Joshua Thomas, New Psalmist's multimedia and creative arts ministry director, set out to do. @Church Production Magazine
Taming an historic 155-year-old church building with a 2.3 second reverb time can be a daunting task when you're charged with installing contemporary technology into the space. While the church itself is even older, what is now the narthex and the nave of the current St. John's Episcopal Church in Montgomery, Ala. was built in 1855.
The new, open-design EOC features 14 workstations, a 201" video wall, twelve 42" plasma monitors, six ceiling-mounted speakers, and two suspended LCD video projectors. An Extron Matrix 6400 matrix switcher is used to distribute the various video and audio signals to displays throughout the facility.
Escambia County Emergency Operations Center gets more control over crises. The Escambia County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Florida is used as a central command station to manage and respond to major events such as hurricanes. Many life safe-ty and security agencies must collaborate from this command and control center, including fire, police, EMS, and various public services.
QSC's Understanding Sound Reinforcement: The Learner's Guide is the new updated SMS iCD in DVD format. If you already own the Sound Made Simple iCD, QSC's Understanding Sound Reinforcement, the Learner's Guide adds additional features to play on DVD-equipped PC and Mac computers as well as standard DVD and Blu-Ray players. It contains both English and Spanish narrations, and updated graphics bring the course material to life.
Sound Made Simple iPA is a training application that takes an 'academic' approach to teach the basic fundamentals of audio, acoustics and sound system equipment. Adapted from the highly acclaimed SMS iCD, iPA (portable application) enables iPhone and iPod touch users to enjoy the same learning approach while on the go!
SMS iCD is an interactive learning application produced on CD-ROM that takes an 'academic' approach to teach the basic fundamentals of audio, acoustics and sound system equipment. Sound Made Simple iCD uses eye-catching animation paired with an easy-to-understand presentation that teaches the basic fundamentals of audio and acoustics using a unique, academic approach the industry has yet to see.
I have had the pleasure to know and work with Chuck Walthall for over 25 years. His knowledge and...