Hi. My name is Jacob. Would you like to know what happens behind the scenes at general conference? I would. The Conference Center's across the street from Temple Square and the Church History Library. The lobby has a beautiful fountain and lots of artwork about Jesus Christ. Oh, and there's lots and lots of escalators. Last week thousands of people came to hear President Thomas S. Monson and other Church leaders speak in general conference. The auditorium in the Conference Center is really huge. One of the first things I noticed was the amazing organ. It has 7,667 pipes. The biggest one is 40 feet tall. Each of the pipes has to be kept in tune so they all sound perfect. Today Brother Anderson showed me how he tunes an organ pipe. It's a very big job. From the pulpit President Monson can see 21,000 members of the Church filling in the auditorium. That would be an awesome sight. He can also see his talk on these screens, which are invisible to the camera. There is a little clock to remind him what time it is. When he's not speaking, President Monson can watch other people giving their talks on a TV screen. The auditorium has about 6,000 lights, and all of them are controlled right here in the light booth. Our lighting designer showed me how to dim the lights when a speaker is giving a talk and how to turn them back on when it's time for everyone to leave. This dial turns colored lights on organ pipes. I even got to turn on lots of different colors at once. This is the video control room. It's where the director of the television broadcast does his job. The director is kind of like an orchestra conductor. He watches the TV screens and talks into the intercom to tell everyone what to do next. Two interpreters of each language sit in a little room like this and translate what they hear. Then members of the Church all over the world can listen to the conference either at their stake center or on a DVD. Wow, I never knew how many people it takes to help us hear our prophet's words at general conference. I hope everyone is excited to watch general conference next time. Bye.