COZA CHURCH abuja, Nigeria
EUROPE/MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) is an international church, and all of its members share the same belief, that they have been envisioned by God to reach out to the unreached in our generation. The mandate states: ‘The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly worldwide is poised to raise men and women who would take over in every sector and sphere of life. We are a people with a kingdom understanding, called by God to bear rule on the earth.’ As followers of the Christian faith continue to grow in Africa, Nigeria in particular, COZA recently added another auditorium to its portfolio to provide worshippers with the largest outlet to date, to praise God. Having worked with COZA since 2008, when the time came to appoint a system designer and integrator for the new auditorium, located at Guzape Hills in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, COZA’s Senior Pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo looked no further than Olushola Aremu, Managing Consultant at Acoutech Associates Ltd. “Nigerian music is generally loud and heavy, with a wide dynamic range. The Senior Pastor of COZA loves good music and being a vocalist and drummer himself, he wanted a sound system that would be clean and crisp with plenty of headroom to handle the style of
music at COZA. The church wanted a front of house and a stage mix, as well as a separate mix for media and broadcast. The design also needed to be aesthetically pleasing and the product choice, rider friendly,” explained Olushola. The COZA new auditorium stretches across 2,450 sq metres, with a further 700 sq metres designated to a foyer area. Once Olushola
TECHNICAL INFORMATION SOUND 24 x L-Acoustics KARAi line source array; 12 x L-Acoustics SB18i subwoofer; 8 x L-Acoustics 115XT HiQ stage monitor; 2 x L-Acoustics 12XTi coaxial loudspeaker; 12 x L-Acoustics 8XTi coaxial loudspeaker; 6 x L-Acoustics LA8 amplified controller; 8 x L-Acoustics LA4 amplified controller; 2 x Midas PRO6 mixing console; 1 x Venue Profile mixing system cozanigeria.org.ng
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