When Pinelake Church in Mississippi opened their Reservoir Campus in 2003, the church originally had a traditional, full choir and orchestra worship style, since then the church has transitioned to a more contemporary style of worship which pointed out weaknesses and the age of their current sound system. These weaknesses created a roadblock to the overall effectiveness of their services. Pinelake reached out to InteRise of Nashville, TN to seek guidance on designing and installing a new sound system in the church to help connect the worship ministry to the congregation.
Many of Pinelake’s other campuses and facilities have d&b sound systems so the church knew they chose a high-quality product to be installed by InteRise. Before the project began, the InteRise team went on site to take a 3D measurement of the space with a Leica BLK360 image lasering scanner in order to produce renderings that would show what the new sound system in the space would look like. The d&b Soundscape system gives Pinelake the tools to mix the audio into the room in a way that creates an engaging and visceral experience while also removing distractions created by traditional speaker systems, so the message is clear.