Mark Johnson Resume 2019

Mark Johnson 11061 Foutch Rd Pilot Point, Texas 76258 214-208-5434 mark@mjnext.com I am seeking a full-time employment opportunity where my skill set can align with organizational mission and purpose for growth and development. I am learning to serve, lead, work, live and love while valuing compassion, generosity, truth, faith, joy, creativity, forgiveness, respect and excellence. RECENT WORK HISTORY STONEBRIAR COMMUNITY CHURCH Dates Employed Jun 2012 – Jul 2019 Location Frisco, Texas PRIMARY ROLES Director of Web Services Jun 2014 – Jul 2019 Highlights: *inaugurated live and on demand video streaming *grew social media and video sharing strategy, audiences and platforms *led teams for website redevelopment, redesign and people management system integrations Webmaster Jun 2012 – Jun 2014 Highlights: *launched social media and video sharing channels *established social media strategy and advertising platforms *initiated website analytics and metrics *led teams for website redesign OTHER ROLES IT Support Website Editor and Content Manager Social Media Manager Musician   CHURCH AT THE CROSS Dates Employed Jun 2012 – Aug 2014 Location Grapevine, Texas ROLE Musician   ELEVATE LIFE CHURCH Dates Employed Jan 2006 – Apr 2012 Location Frisco, Texas PRIMARY ROLES Web and Social Media Developer Highlights: *inaugurated live and on demand video streaming *established and grew...
Read More
Egnater Tweaker 15-Watt Guitar Amp

Egnater Tweaker 15-Watt Guitar Amp

Love this amp! Tweaker Features and Information 15 Watts Amplifier 2 x 6V6 Power Tubes 3 x 12AX7 Pre-amp Tubes Master Volume, Gain and 3-Band EQ Modern/Vintage Amp Voicing Switch Buffered Effects Loop Selectable AC, British and American Tone Controls Clean/Hot Gain Selector Tight & Bright Voicing Switches 100V / 115V / 230V Switchable 14" (L) x 8.25" (W) x 6.75 (H)   SPECIFICATIONS Output Power: Input Impedance: Output Impedance: Effects Loop Send Impedance: Effects Loop Return Impedance: THD: Tubes:Switches Vintage/Modern:USA/AC/Brit: Clean/Hot Switch: Tight Switch: Bright Switch: Dimensions: 15watts RMS Cathode Biased 1meg Ohm 4 Ohms, 8 Ohms Or 16 Ohms Switch Selectable 600 Ohms 220k Ohms 5% At Rated Output Three Egnater Premium Selected 12AX7Matched Pair Of Selected 6V6GTA+4db @ 120hz +4db @ 3.6KHz Selects American, V-X, British Tone Stack +9db Gain Boost -6db @ 180hz +8db @ 4khz Max 14” (L) X 8.25” (W) X 6.75” (H) Click here to visit the website....
Read More
Pedalboard Power Supplies – Gator G-bus

Pedalboard Power Supplies – Gator G-bus

GATOR G-Bus Pedalboard Power Supply Click here to visit the website. 1700 Milliamp Regulated 9V & 18V Multi-Output DC Power Source for Pedals Multi-Output Power Supply for Guitar Effects Pedals Built-In Short Circuit Protection with Reset Heavy-Duty Aluminum Housing 4 Holes for Mounting to Any Pedal Board Brass Cylinders Within Mounting Holes Protect Circuitry Eight (8) 9v Outputs and Three (3) 18v Outputs Can Power Up to 11 Standard Stomp Box Pedals Includes Eight (8) 9 Volt 24" Straight End Cables Includes One (1) 18 Volt 24" Straight End Cable ...
Read More
PALMER POCKET AMP MK 2

PALMER POCKET AMP MK 2

Featuring a durable die cast aluminium enclosure with balanced XLR and unbalanced 6.35 mm outputs in addition to 3.5 mm AUX input and headphones jacks the Palmer Pocket Amp MK 2 is more than just the go-to tool for direct recording. It doubles as a practice amp, overdrive and distortion pedal, standard guitar DI box when bypassed and replaces your stage amp when used with a sound and monitor system. The Pocket Amp MK 2 works on a 9V battery or optional power adapter, e.g. Palmer PW9V. Click here to visit the website. Product type: Guitar Amplifiers Technology: solid state Power: n.a. W Inputs: 1 Input connectors: 6.3 mm Jack Input impedance: 1 M Ohm(s) Outputs: 3 Output connectors: 3.5 mm jack, 6.3 mm Jack, XLR Output impedance: 510 Ohm(s) Channels: 1 Indicators: on/off Controls: mic position, mode, Treble, amp select, Bass, Drive, Gain, ground lift, level FX loop: no Operating voltage: 9 V DC, 9 V block Cabinet material: die-cast aluminium Width: 100 mm Depth: 100 mm Height: 55 mm Weight: 0.36 kg ...
Read More
BluBOX Impulse Response Speaker Emulator

BluBOX Impulse Response Speaker Emulator

Stumbled upon the BluBOX today. Here's the video and specs. Tech Specs Connections:Line In, Line Out, Speaker In, Speaker Through (Jacks), Transformer Balanced XLR Mic Out Voltage:9V-18V DC 200mA Dimensions:120 x 95 x 38 mm (4,72" x 3,74" x 1,49") Weight:350g / 12.35oz Latency: Ultra low latency ~1 ms = Distance of 30cm to a cabinet Click here to visit the website. Cabinets NANOCAB™BluGuitar® 1x12“ FATCAB™BluGuitar® 1x12“ STACK 1965Original Marshall® 4x12”Celestion® (Alnico 15Watts) STACK 1967Original Park® 4x12” Celestion® (Greenback 25 watts) STACK 1970Original Marshall® 4x12” Celestion® (Greenback 25 Watts 55 Hz) STACK 1971Original Marshall® 4x12” Celestion® (G12h30) STACK 1980Original Marshall® 4x12” Celestion® (G12h75) METAL V30Mesa/Boogie® Rectifier® Standard 4x12” Celestion® V30 METAL CL80Celestion® Classic Lead 80 in custom built 4x12” cabinet JAZZ 120Roland® Jazz Chorus® 120 TWEED 1x12Vintage ´57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe® SILVER 1x12Fender® Princeton® Silverface 1x12“ BLACK 2x10Fender® ´64 Vibroverb® 2x10“ BLACK 2x12Vintage Fender® Twin Reverb® 2x12” orange JBL® mixed with Jensen® C12K Black 4x10Vintage 60s Fender® Super Reverb® 4x10“ BLUE 2x12Original Vox® AC30 JMI® 2x12” Celestion® Blue Bulldog...
Read More
PDI 09 – PASSIVE DI BOX FOR GUITARS

PDI 09 – PASSIVE DI BOX FOR GUITARS

The PDI09 can be connected between an effect device or amplifier and the mixing console. The PDI09 is not suitable for direct connection to a guitar. Integrated filter circuits simulate the authentic "speaker" sound. Tone can be varied between "Mellow", "Normal", or "Bright". Click here to visit the website. Product type: Speaker Simulators Channels: 1 Input type: unbalanced Inputs: 1 Input connectors: 6.3 mm Jack Output type: balanced Outputs: 1 Output connectors: 6.3 mm Jack, XLR Output impedance: 600 Ohm(s) Controls: voicing, attenuator Dummy load: no Max. load: Dependent on load, max. 200 W Voicing filter: yes Power attenuator: no Transformer isolated outputs: yes Cabinet material: die-cast aluminium Cabinet surface: powder coated Width: 120 mm Depth: 60 mm Height: 35 mm Weight: 0.284 kg ...
Read More
EHX Electro Harmonix Mel 9

EHX Electro Harmonix Mel 9

Have you heard about the Mel 9? I'm super excited to see what madness I can create when it arrives this weekend. Playing with these sample sounds on guitar is going to be a blast. Read and watch the video to learn more. The new MEL9 Tape Replay Machine emulates vintage Mellotron® sounds and uses the same ground breaking technology that powers the award-winning B9 and C9 Organ Machines, plus the KEY9 Electric Piano Machine. Nine of the most famous sounds are included: Orchestra, Cello, Strings, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Brass, Low Choir and High Choir. Visit their website to learn more. http://www.ehx.com/products/mel9 ...
Read More
Guitar Rig 5: Where Are My User Presets?

Guitar Rig 5: Where Are My User Presets?

By default the database (including the custom tags, etc.) is located in this hidden folder: C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Local/Native Instruments/Guitar Rig 5 The custom presets here: C:/Users/<username>/Documents/Native Instruments/Guitar Rig 5/Sounds Here's a tutorial from NI: How can I Share my GUITAR RIG 5 PRO Custom Presets Across Different Computers (Windows)? Since GUITAR RIG 5 the preset database structure has changed. GUITAR RIG 5 uses a tag-based preset browser to facilitate sound administration. Note: To access a GUITAR RIG 5 preset database with more than one computer, it is recommended to use the GUITAR RIG 5 default installation paths and folders. First, make sure your different systems fulfill the requirements listed below: The same version of GUITAR RIG 5 (eg. GUITAR RIG 5.1.1) must be installed on both computers. Start Service Center or alternatively log into the Native Instruments Website and go to Support > Updates to update to the latest version of your software. Both computers must have the same operating system installed (eg. Windows 7). The name of the...
Read More
Bludotone Amp Works

Bludotone Amp Works

Have you heard of Bludotone Amps? Me neither, until I was checking out Jon Herington's (Steely Dan) guitar rig. He use a Bludotone Bludo-Drive. The amps are about as boutique as you can get since each amp is built specifically for the player. From their website: "When you choose a Bludotone you can rest assured that you are not getting any old amp, you are getting an amp that was build JUST FOR YOU! We like to speak to each player, the old fashioned way-over the telephone, before building the amplifier. We ask about your style, Guitars, Choice of speakers (when applicable) and what the "tone you've been hearing in your head" is. Each amplifier is built one-by-one, by hand, by one person start to finish, and we like to have a hands-on personal connection with the player that is getting the amp, sure this way takes longer, and we can produce fewer amps because of it, but after you get your amp...
Read More
Bono and Eugene Peterson

Bono and Eugene Peterson

Bono. Is there anyone who isn't aware of Bono and U2? Would anyone turn down an invitation to meet with him? Apparently so. And until today, I'd not heard of Eugene Peterson. I had heard of one of his works though, The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language. I watched the Fuller Studios story Bono and Eugene Peterson: The Psalms with the inspiring story of Bono and Eugene Peterson. Experience their conversation. "Why do we need art? Why do we need the lyric poetry of the Psalms? Because the only way we can approach God is if we are honest through metaphor, through symbol. So art becomes essential, not decorative. I would love if this conversation would inspire people who are writing these beautiful voices and writing these beautiful gospel songs - write a song about their bad marriage. Write a song about how their pissed off at the government. Because that's what God wants from you - the truth. Weigh the truth....
Read More