First, a riddle: If a keynote speaker makes an address, but no one can hear it, does it make a sound?
Nope. It doesn’t. That’s why we take special care to ensure that we have just the right audio production equipment and staff on the job so that your keynote address resonates throughout the room. We take into consideration your number of guests (did you know that people muffle sound?), the size of your venue and the layout of the space when engineering the live audio.
Dear concert tour managers, we’ve got your back. If you’re looking for reliable and creative solutions for your concert tour audio production, we’ve got it. Or…we are it. Anyway, we work with artists like Blake Shelton and Muse to support their tours with top-quality concert tour audio production. We use industry-leading equipment like JBL and Shure and we’re with you every step of the process.
We believe that entertainment has a huge impact on the impression of your event. You really want your audio to sing—No pun intended. Okay, pun intended—and event audio production is not a “set it and forget it” type of thing. In fact, it’s far from it. You need an audio team that will make adjustments throughout the performance, as your band transitions from beautiful ballads to hopping party tunes. We bring knowledgeable, experienced event audio staff to every single one of our events. We never send just our interns or assistants, so you can be sure you’re in great hands with our event audio production team every single time.
From 10-piece bands, to acoustic trios, to high energy DJs we have the knowledge, gear and experience to make your performers sound spectacular so that your guests have a great time and enjoy the show.
Our understanding of event audio stems from our concert tour experience. If Eric Church trusts us, so can you.
Is there anything more important than the sound at a music festival? Hardly. Our audio engineers have the experience to handle the festival audio production on anything from a blue grass string quartet to hip hop act to 10-piece New Orleans jazz orchestra.