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Finding the Right Setting for a Corporate Event

Hosting a corporate event in the Greater Washington DC and Virginia area comes with its fair of challenges. It’s certainly not the same as planning a wedding or family party.

The audience is different. The atmosphere you’re hoping to create is different. And your goals for a corporate event are certainly nothing like your goals or expectations for a more intimate celebration.

And while there are many factors at play when hosting a corporate event, one of the most important – and first – steps you must take is choosing the right venue.

But what, exactly, is the right venue?

There are a few key factors you should always consider when choosing the venue for your corporate event:

– You should have a rough estimate of how many people will be in attendance.
– You should know whether you need any special accommodations.
– Find out how long you’ll need the space for (and include the time it takes to set up and break down).
– What kind of AV needs do you have? Will you need surround-sound speakers? Will you need a screen or large, blank wall? Do you need rooms with plenty of outlets?

With these questions in mind, it’s now time to investigate some of your possible venue options. Here in the Metro DC area, you’re fortunate to have plenty of venue options to choose from. However, keep in mind that DC is home to a lot of businesses and government entities. You can be certain that many venues are booked well in advance.

One of your best bets for finding potential venues for your corporate event in Washington DC is to find a company – like an event entertainment agency – that has close relationships with the venues in town.

Not only will this increase your chances of finding a venue that fits your needs and is available, but you might actually get a discount!

As you seek out your possible venue options, keep these 8 things at the forefront of your mind:
The Cost

You obviously have a specific budget for your event. Keep in mind that the cost of the venue is just one area of your budget to consider. You’ll also have to consider food, beverages, and entertainment.

The Location

Where are all your guests coming from? Are they coming from out of town, or are they all local? For out-of-towners, it might make sense to find a venue near the airport, or close to a travel-destination area in the city (so that they can get the most out of their trip).

The Ambiance

When you start visiting possible venues, keep your eye on the existing décor in each venue, as well as the architecture. Each event is designed to inspire and captivate your specific audience. Does your potential venue do the job well?


Do you need a venue that has a kitchen? Is there a setup/clean-up crew? Does your venue have tables, chairs and linens that you can (and want to) use? And, very importantly, what kind of AV capabilities does your potential venue have? Do you need to bring your own equipment, extension cords and more?

Capacity and Minimums

If you followed our advice above, then you should already know how many attendees you’ll have. Now you need to know the venue’s room capacity, not only to ensure your venue can fit your guests comfortably, but also because there are strict fire and safety codes the venue has to abide by.

Also, are there any food and beverage minimums you should be aware of? If so, get this information in writing.


Do you need parking for your event? If so, find out if the venue has a lot or valet parking. Not every venue has a lot; if a venue you’re eyeing does not, find out if there are nearby lots that attendees can have access to.


There are many venues that actually won’t do business with you unless you have liability insurance. Typically, you can ask your general liability insurance agent for an endorsement for your event. But start and plan early as this process can take some time.


Ah, and we finally come to the acoustics, a huge factor in whether your event is a hit, or a big flop. Have you ever been to an event where the speakers’ volume was so loud it was nearly impossible to hear? That’s because of poor acoustics.

Think of this: small, low-ceilinged venues may seem cozy, but can make your event extremely loud. A warehouse-like venue may result in large reverberation, so that your speakers sound like the teachers in a Peanuts cartoon.

You can discover more about the acoustics of your venue by:

– Asking to talk to past businesses that held an event there and get their reviews.
– Working with an event agency that knows this kind of information about the venues across the region.

As you can see, there’s a lot to consider when choosing your event’s venue. However, if you take the above into consideration when doing your research, you’ll find the perfect venue for your event.

Once you do, it’s time to choose the right lighting, sound, and entertainment. See what Planet DJ Productions can do for you to help your corporate event become the hit of the year.

Stuck Planning a Last Minute Wedding? Here’s What to Do

Many couples take 6 months, if not an entire year, to plan their wedding. Even with all that time on their hands, wedding planning is still stressful and always seems to come down to the wire.

But what about those couples who find themselves planning a last-minute wedding? How can they make sure that they pull off a successful ceremony and reception without suffocating from the stress and expenses?

Here are a few tips to help you simplify your last-minute wedding:

Make a clear and immovable budget

In our experience as the leading wedding entertainers throughout the Greater Washington DC area, we’ve noticed that many couples forced to plan a last-minute wedding fail to make a budget.

But the first conversation you should have with your significant other (and your families) is about budget.

Set your budget right away. Not only will this help ease some of the stresses involved in the process, but the confinement of a budget will make it easier for you to make hard decisions as you rush to beat the clock.

Be flexible with the venue and date

When you’re stuck planning a last-minute wedding, your choices become smaller and smaller. While couples who have a year or more to plan can be picky in their choice of venue, you’ll have to be a bit more flexible.

Don’t worry. That doesn’t mean that you can’t still have the wedding of your dreams, even if you don’t have the venue you’ve always wanted.

From dance floors, to lighting, pipe and drapes and more, you have plenty of options in wedding equipment rentals to choose from to help transform any space into your wedding space.

Choose an entertainment company to handle the music and more

As you plan your wedding, you’ll likely have to interview a handful of people who’ll play a key role in the reception or ceremony, including photographers, videographers, and DJ.

But you can make life much easier for yourself by working with an experienced wedding entertainment company that can connect you with everything you need to plan a fun, memorable wedding.

At Planet DJ Productions, we’re known for our lively DJs, M.C.’s, musicians and dancers that bring the life to any party.

But, we also know that every wedding needs lighting, décor, and more. That’s why we offer these services to our clients – there’s no reason why you should juggle a handful of wedding vendors when all you need is one!

Don’t go it alone – rely on the expertise of the pros

When planning a last-minute wedding, you might feel like you’re completely alone. Many vendors plan their events months out in advance, leaving you left handling the catering, music and more.

But rest assured, many wedding vendors and companies go out of their way to work with couples scrambling to put together a last-minute wedding.

If you find yourself struggling as you plan your wedding, reach out to Planet DJ Productions to learn more about how we can help you along the way.

Wedding and Event Planning Guide: What Are Motivational Dancers and Do I Need Them?

We here at Planet DJ Productions have been a part of countless weddings throughout the Greater Washington DC area (and abroad). Without fail, each wedding offers us the challenge of figuring out how to keep the party going as we encourage wallflowers to let down their guards and put on their dancing shoes.

This is no easy task, but we know that everyone involved – the bride, groom, and guests – will have a better time if they all get swept up in the music and moment.

That’s why our clients often ask us to bring party motivators to their wedding; motivators are specially trained to engage with guests and bring your celebration to the next level.

This isn’t so different from entertainment staff on a cruise ship. Sometimes people need a little help feeling comfortable letting loose – our party motivators do just that. Here’s how:

1. Never be the first one on the dance floor

While the bride and groom traditionally have the first dance, there are still times throughout the wedding when the dance floor is empty or sparse. This can be incredibly intimidating for anyone (adults or children) who want to dance but don’t want to be the focus of attention.

Party motivators are always out and about, dancing and socializing, making it easier for the rest of the party to join in.

2. Trained to adapt to individual needs

One of the most amazing aspects of a wedding is the wide range of generations that congregate in one space.

But this also introduces a unique challenge: how can you make sure that grandparents and young children are having an equally good time?

A party/dance motivator knows how to speak to, and interact with, guests of all ages. The way you address a shy 5-year-old simply won’t be the way you talk to a 70-year-old. A party motivator knows this, and uses careful yet effective tactics to connect with each and every guest at a wedding.

Whether that means bringing silly toys or costumes, or just engaging in artful conversation, a motivator will make sure every guest walks away happy.

How you know you need a motivational dancer for your wedding

Do you plan to have a wedding that:
     * Incorporates dancing and music as an integral part of the reception?
     * Will have guests that range in age?
     * Have guests who may not know each other well (or may have never met?)

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then your wedding certainly can benefit from a party motivator.

Keep in mind that even the most energetic and trained wedding DJs likely can’t also wear the hat of a true motivator. That’s because motivational dancers and party motivators need to be out and about with the crowd, while the DJ should be manning the music.

If you are interested in hiring motivational dancers or a party motivator, consider hiring one who’s familiar with your wedding DJ. It’s important that your DJ and motivator work together to create a fluid and fun party atmosphere that will get everyone dancing and having a good time.

Want to know more about the impact a party/dance motivator could have on your wedding? Contact us today to learn more!

Bridging the Cultural Divide: How to Plan for a Fusion Wedding

Fusion (or multicultural/interfaith) weddings celebrate the diversity of the soon-to-be-married couple by blending aspects of each of their cultures or backgrounds into one event.

These types of weddings are on the rise, yet still couples with different cultural backgrounds face unique challenges as they plan their wedding.

Namely, how can they incorporate the most important elements of each culture, please everyone from both families, yet not outspend their budget?

We here at Planet DJ Productions specialize in fusion weddings throughout Virginia, Washington D.C. and the mid-Atlantic region. Over the years, we’ve helped organize countless multicultural ceremonies and have crafted the following tips designed to help you plan your own diverse event while avoiding all the stress and expenses.

First, it all starts with the venue

Many venues have predetermined packages that don’t allow for extensive “out of the box” ideas to be introduced. For example, many Indian weddings include open flames; however, the reception hall you’re looking to book might not allow these flames due to a fire code.

Other venues might have a specific time limit allowed for each ceremony, which might not work for certain cultural weddings that could surpass an hour.

Be clear with each prospective venue about the type of wedding you’re planning. Ask them if they envision any hindrances on their part while you plan the ceremony. A good idea is to know what you want for your celebration prior to finding your venue. That way, you can let these venues know what they can expect, so they can let you know if their rules prohibit your celebration in any way.

Be open with your families

Time and time again, what we see as the biggest stress factors for couples planning a fusion wedding is their fear of disappointing or upsetting their families.

We encourage you to keep your families involved in the wedding planning, without letting them take control.

From the onset, let them know that there’ll have to be compromises made and that you – the couple – will decide what’s included and what’s left out.

There’s no doubt your families will want to be heavily involved; however, what you don’t want is too many cooks in the kitchen.

One tip to consider is asking each family to come up with the top five elements they want included in the wedding (could be food, music, decorations, a ritual) and do your best to accommodate each of these requests.

Consider your guests

Your guests – from your family to friends – won’t likely know the proper etiquette for each (or either) cultural aspects.

Consider creating a space on your website or wedding program that details what each guest should expect from the wedding, and any special pieces of etiquette they should be made aware of.

Think about the music and décor

One of the most exciting aspects of a fusion wedding is all the choices you have in music and décor. Add decorative elements such as art, sculptures, and furniture to your space, and talk to your DJ or live music band about incorporating traditional music throughout the night.

A seasoned DJ will be able to meld music from both cultures seamlessly, to encourage guests to dance all night long.

When in doubt, hire a fusion wedding event planner

If you’re planning a fusion wedding, you might assume that you’re alone in your endeavor. But fusion weddings are extremely popular these days, so much so that event planners even specializing in them.

Take, for example, our team here at Planet DJ Productions. We specialize in many types of Fusion Weddings throughout the Metro DC area, including Indian/American weddings.

Fusion Wedding Planners understand the sensitivities involved with uniting two distinct cultures. These planners will work closely with you to ensure your vision is met tastefully and, of course, within budget.

Are you planning a fusion/multicultural wedding? Follow these tips above to minimize your stress level and consider reaching out to a seasoned fusion wedding planner like Planet DJ Productions.

When Hiring a Wedding DJ, Look for These Character Traits 

Hiring a wedding DJ means more than finding someone who can push PLAY and stick to a playlist.

Hiring a wedding DJ means finding the right personality and pizazz that’ll help ensure that your wedding turns out to be the ultimate celebration you’ve always envisioned it to be.

A DJ doesn’t just play the music; he or she helps your wedding flow from start to end. The DJ works hard to ensure everyone in attendance is having a good time.

But how can you make sure your wedding DJ has the skills and personality to make your wedding rock? Check out these must-have character traits every wedding DJ should have.

The ability to communicate clearly

Wedding DJs have to take the visions and dreams of every bride and groom and turn those visions into reality. That requires the ability to plan, prepare, and speak clearly with not only his clients (bride and groom) but with the photographer, videographer, rental hall, family and more.

One of the easiest ways to assess this skill in your potential DJ is during your vetting process. Chances are your first encounter with a prospective DJ will be over the phone. How did they sound? Were they energetic? Could you hear them clearly? Did they seem focused on the conversation?

If so, you might want to schedule a face-to-face. During this face-to-face, ask yourself the same questions above, but also ask yourself: do they make eye contact? How is their body language? Do they look presentable?

If after these two conversations you feel comfortable with your DJ, he or she is likely an effective communicator.

A willingness to please

Wedding DJs are at the mercy of their audience. First and foremost, the bride and groom’s needs should be met; however, every DJ should be willing and eager to please the rest of the party in attendance as well.

A wedding DJ has to be a people pleaser – it’s almost literally in his job description! People pleasers are flexible, even-tempered, and have a tremendous amount of patience.

During your face-to-face with a prospective DJ, ask them to discuss some of their most particularly challenging events, and how they got through them.

Listen carefully to their responses. If the DJ is quick to place blame on his clients, or uses negative words, this may not be the right DJ for you. You want a DJ who has respect for the people who hired him – even long after the event is over. This type of quality speaks volumes to how hard the DJ will work to make sure you and your guests are happy.

It’s all about the details

There are a ton of moving parts that go into the execution of a wedding. Your DJ often times serves as the hub of this wheel; he needs to be able to manage his time and figure out how to make these moving parts work within the confines of one event.

This includes being able to manage his own duties as well as work closely with the venue, caterers and more. He shouldn’t have to be told – by you – what to do or whom to talk with. Your wedding DJ should take the initiative.

Wedding DJs should also test everything out ahead of time, not just at their own studio, but at the venue itself. That means coming to the event at least two hours beforehand to set everything up.

How can you determine how detail-oriented your DJ is? During your interview, have the DJ go over exactly how he or she prepares for an event. That includes whom he/she talks with, when they arrive at the event and more.

If your DJ goes into great detail, then you know that not only does he sweat the small stuff, but he’s been doing this long enough to be able to rattle off his routine from the top of his head.

Your DJ should be a mind reader

OK, this might be a bit far-fetched, but hear us out: First and foremost, your wedding DJ should always play your requested music (it is your party, after all). But you could get anyone to agree to play your music, right?

A DJ will also know how to read the crowd (ah, the mind reader!) and mood of the event, and keep the party going with specific in-the-moment music selections. If, for example, everyone is finally dancing to a fast tune, your DJ might delay that next slow song so that he can keep folks dancing.

How can you determine the ESP-qualities of your DJ before you hire him? This one’s a bit tricky, but we suggest asking your prospective DJs if they ever play music “off script”, and if so, why.

Those who have never are likely too afraid to trust their own instincts, or are new to the scene and haven’t emceed enough weddings.

For your upcoming Virginia or Destination wedding – choose wisely!

Even with the latest smartphones being able to play hours of music on end, DJs remain an integral part of any wedding.

Here in the Virginia/DC area, more folks turn to Planet DJ Productions than any other DJ service out there. That’s because we not only bring our decades of experience of DJ’ing to each wedding, but we also specialize in other event-planning areas, including lighting, sound, live entertainment and more.*

Contact us today to learn more about our team of DJs, and what stands us apart from the rest.

*We even help plan – and DJ – destination weddings to venues located across the globe!

What’s Wrong with Hiring a DJ from Craigslist or Thumbtack? Oh, Let’s See …

Anyone with an email address and a computer can create an account on Craigslist or Thumbtack, craft some compelling content, and call themselves a DJ.

And, with the cost of powerful audio equipment becoming more affordable, it’s not too difficult for an amateur to buy a cheap PA system and advertise their DJ services at incredibly low prices on sites like Craigslist.

While hiring these folks might not cost that much, there are pricey tradeoffs for hiring these amateurs. Namely, it takes more than good sound to be an entertaining and professional event DJ.

It takes training, hands-on experience, and a natural talent in order to keep a huge room of people entertained and at ease for several hours at a time.

Amateurs simply don’t have what it takes.

In fact, there’s an entire site ( dedicated to disgruntled Thumbtack users, including this one, who was burned when hiring a DJ:

“I hired a DJ through Thumbtack and I was extremely disappointed. He didn’t do any of the things we asked of him during our event. We even requested to meet with him the week before, gave him a written outline of the events, announcements etc., and he still did not do it. I would have been better off running the event myself with music from my iPhone.”

Others have complained that their hired DJ was actually interning and using their event as an on-the-job-training opportunity.

Sure, one day this DJ might be proficient, but would you want to hand over the fate of your event to an amateur?

As one of the most recognized names in event planning and entertainment throughout the Greater Washington DC area, we hear countless stories like these ones from our clients who just wanted to save a few dollars by using Craigslist or Thumbtack.

But finding a service – like a wedding or event DJ – is just part of the equation. You also have to:

     * Assess the quality of the service
     * Compare it to other competing services
     * Determine if this particular DJ is going to help you put on the type of event you’re looking for

One piece of advice we like to share with anyone looking to hire a DJ for their upcoming event is: there is a difference between paying the lowest price for a service, and receiving the greatest value.

Be just as careful with your family and friends

Whether you’re planning a wedding, corporate event or any other milestone moment, using your friends or family members as your DJ could also have disastrous results.

We hear horror stories of wedding receptions that were derailed because the couple chose to use a family friend with a good PA system or who calls himself a hobbyist DJ.

Simply put, there is no comparison between a nice PA system and the state-of-the-art system and training that comes with hiring a professional DJ. Beyond a PA system, a professional DJ brings with him a complex entertainment system, including computers, speakers, lighting and more.

If you’re organizing a house party for a few friends, sure, go with an amateur. You’ll probably be happy with the results.

But there’s simply no way why you should trust one of the most important moments of your life to anyone other than a skilled DJ with a proven track record for hosting events of all shapes and sizes.

Want to guarantee that your event is unforgettable? Contact us today to learn how we can help!

Mastering Lighting for Your Event – 4 Tips from the Pros

If you’ve never been on a movie set before, we have bad news for you: it’s not as glamorous as it seems. What moviegoers see on screen is the benefit of hours and hours of lighting setup by a massive crew all focused on trying to create a mood.

Just ask any actor who’s had to sit in their trailer for hours on end. While it might take just an hour to shoot a scene, lighting it is an all-day affair.

The same can be said for your event. No matter how long your event is scheduled for, lighting that event to properly create a mood is a full-time job of its own. In fact, the Huffington Post called lighting a “wedding splurge that’s worth the cost.”

Simply put, lighting can make or break your event experience:

   – If your lighting is too bright, your event will come across as stark and cold

   – If your lights are too dark, the event will lack energy (and your guests might miss something!)

Event lighting offers more than just a way to help folks see. Great lighting will help you accentuate and emphasize other elements of your event, including floral arrangements and décor.

You can even use lighting to direct your guests’ attention to specific happenings within your event.

But which types of lighting should you use for your event? Here are four of the most popular and effective setups we’re seeing in recent months.

Transform your venue with up-lighting

One of the easiest and quickest ways to set the mood of your event is with up-lighting. This is particularly true for fairly basic rooms, such as an empty ballroom or conference enter. These rooms are purposely designed to be bland, meaning you and your event planner are responsible for creating the character.

A wedding, for example, could benefit from the use of lace fabric, that’s highlighted with a touch of up-lighting.

Add depth with Gobos

A gobo is a beam of light with a metal stencil over it that creates a specific pattern. Gobos can project virtually any design you want, from abstract shapes to pictures, company logos or signatures and initials.

The versatility and intrigue of the gobo is what makes it such a powerful lighting tool for virtually any event. These patterns – which can be projected onto ceilings, floors, and walls – are a great way to add visual content. If you’re organizing a company event, gobos are a striking way to promote your brand.

Embrace the precision of pin-spot lighting

Most events have a lot of things going on in one space. A wedding, for example, has the table centerpieces, the gift table, guest book, wedding cake, and more.

Casting huge streams of light onto these areas would destroy any type of mood you’ve worked so hard to create. That’s why lighting experts rely on pin-spot lighting.

As its name suggests, pin-spot lighting lets you cast a narrowed focus on certain areas within your room without ruining the ambiance of the rest of the space.

Add texture to your event

One of the most popular lighting trends we’re seeing recently is texture lighting. This is particularly true for events that feature a dance floor.

Choose from hundreds of patterns that can be projected onto dance floors and tables. You can even add a touch of color to the patterns to complement your existing theme.

Your entire event hinges on the success of your lighting – don’t go it alone!

No matter what type of event you’re organizing, your job is to create a room filled with character in a space that, more than likely, is bland and empty.

Décor and linens will help fill that space. However, if you want to create a specific ambiance – be it elegant, modern, classic, etc. – it all comes down to lighting.

Not sure what type of lighting (or mood) you need for your event? Let our specialists help. We’ve helped plan and light some of the biggest events throughout the Metro DC region. From weddings to corporate events, celebrations and more, we’ve been tasked with lighting events up and down the East Coast.

We’d love to show you our work and how we can help you create the event you and your guests deserve.

Contact us today to set up your consultation.

Mastering Sound for Your Event – Tips from the Pros

These days, big sounds can come from the smallest of packages. You could go, for example, to your local Walmart and pick up a “home studio” dock for your iPhone, and use it to entertain backyard guests.

We admit we’re excited about the way technology helps improve sound quality for folks looking to bring the noise at home or in their car.

But no matter how good technology is, don’t expect your run-of-the-mill sound equipment to handle big jobs like:

– Weddings
– Corporate Events
– Formal Celebrations

In fact, even if you rent top-notch sound equipment for your formal gathering, we’re willing to bet you (and your guests) will be let down by the sound produced.

That’s because unless you have a master puppeteer pulling the strings, so to speak, you’ll be left with nothing more than a pile of junk.

But we here at Planet DJ Productions want to help you breathe life into your event, which is why we’re offering up a few pro tips to make sure you and your guests aren’t left out in the dark when it comes to your sound quality.

Pro Tip: Sound equipment isn’t even the first thing you need to consider for your event

When we talk with clients who’ve attempted a do-it-yourself approach to their sound in the past, we typically learn that the first step these folks took was to check out all the possible sound equipment they’ll need.

But what if I asked you to go find equipment to prepare yourself for a camping trip? Would you know where to start?

Sure, you need a tent, sleeping bag, cooking gear and more. But unless you know:

– How long you’ll be camping
– The potential temperatures and terrain of your camping site
– Who else you’ll be camping with
– And more

How could you possibly prepare yourself adequately?

The same goes for mastering the sound for your event. Sure, you know you need speakers, likely a computer, possibly a mixer, and more.

But unless you know a few other particulars of your event, you’ll either:

– Not get the right equipment
– Not get enough equipment
– Will get way more equipment than you’ll need

The thing is, your event isn’t likely to change. You know where it’ll be held. You know (roughly) how many people will attend. You know your budget.

While these elements are essentially set in stone, the equipment you’ll need to accommodate the event is adaptable.

Here are a few specifics about your event that could – and will – impact the type of equipment and setup you’ll need for your sound:

– The size of the event hall
– Does the space have good acoustics, or does loud sound bounce around and echo?
– What type of carpeting and concrete are found in the space?
– Do you have high or low ceilings?
– Will everyone in attendance be centralized in one location or will they be spread out?
– The number of attendees (a big room and a few people make for some challenges for your sound!)

These are just a few of the elements you must consider before investing in – and setting up – your sound equipment.

A case study: The conference that went awry

Here’s a dramatization of what could happen at your next event

Jeremy is in charge of his company’s yearly conference, where colleagues and clients from across the country meet to discuss the climate of business and to look ahead at what’s in store for the company.

The hall in which Jeremy’s conference will be held is in a large, open space with uncarpeted floors, high ceilings, and concrete walls.

The 200 people in attendance will be scattered throughout the room, but the speakers for the conference will be settled in at the front of the room where a small stage has been setup.

Knowing he wants to make sure folks in the way back can hear each presentation, Jeremy decides to rent two powerful speakers and poles, which he’ll set up beside the stage area, and point out to the open room.

How’d Jeremy do? Will his event go off without a hitch?

Well, sure, his event will be perfectly fine, so long as 10% of those in attendance don’t mind being shouted at and the remaining 90% have no issue with listening to presenters who sound a whole lot like the mumbling gibberish of the parents in a Peanuts Charlie Brown comic.

You see, where Jeremy wasn’t wrong is in thinking that bigger is better.

When it comes to mastering your sound for a wedding, corporate event or other gathering, this isn’t always the case. Particularly when the parameters of Jeremy’s conference space make it clear that reverb and echo will be a huge issue.

If he had hired a professional to handle his sound, Jeremy would’ve realized that he could, for example, set up small satellite speakers throughout the room. That way, each listener could clearly hear the presenters, without Jeremy having to blow out the front speakers.

Mastering sound is a skill –which is why folks go to school for it!

Because buying decent sound equipment is fairly straightforward, most folks think it takes little effort to turn an empty space into the perfect conference, event, or wedding.

Don’t be fooled!

Sound professionals go to school specifically to understand the complexities involved in using the right type of equipment to fill in spaces that range from tiny offices to huge stadiums.

It’s not as easy as it seems!

Remember back in school – long ago – when the teacher would put a movie on the TV at the front of the room? The kids in the back of the class would complain that they couldn’t hear the sound.

So, the teacher would crank up the volume as a solution. The only problem was, that made the sound bounce off the concrete walls of the room! Now no one could hear the movie.

It was funny as a student in school, but it sure isn’t funny when it’s a huge event in your life.

When it comes to mastering the sound for your event, let the pros handle it.

Contact us now to learn more.