How do I know if I need a sound system for my wedding ceremony? If you’re getting married outdoors, if your guest list is over 50, and if you have special music planned to play during your ceremony .. then, yes you need a sound system!
Check out our latest upgrade to our concert system for live events
So you have been given the job of organising a live music event and now have the job of finding a production company to provide the PA? Maybe it’s for a fundraiser, or a cultural event, or a concert so you might have a variety of performers both experienced and amateur, paid and voluntary! There will be lots of things to organise with the PA being one of them. Before you get to the technical stuff like speakers and microphones, here are 5 basic but very important things to consider and check out before engaging them.
The Shure SM58 microphone is a real workhorse and our 'go to' microphone for most occasions. This latest blog from Shure explains why it's stood the test of time.
School concerts and Christmas Carols events can pose some interesting challenges for sound engineers, not the least of which is how to mic up the choir. In his latest blog, James Wasem from Shure has some great tips on microphone placement and clearly explains the 3:1 principle which is a golden rule for miking up choirs. We hope you find it helpful!
If you are planning a concert or Christmas Carols event, now is a good time to think about locking in the sound system and audio engineering you will need. Things get pretty hectic towards the end of the year and we get quickly booked out. Give us a call or email and we'd be very happy to chat to you about your requirements.