Planners’ demands and corporate event companies companies needs are evolving together with event technology and there are more and more tech solutions available. As a result, meeting centres have to analyse and adapt to keep up with the latest trends, such as conference & event apps and projection mapping.
Music festivals, when done well, are amazing. They attract people from around the country and sometimes from around the world. To keep them coming back year after year, there are some things you need to consider. From strategies around the equipment, to your team and production plans, you need to ensure things go as smoothly as possible whilst making sure other potential issues don’t interfere with the good vibes people will expect to experience.
Before you start searching for the perfect location, you’ll need to have a solid understanding of the basics before you get carried away with creativity (although we agree, that’s certainly the best bit) in order to get down to the detail and really hone in your venue choices, making your event venue unique. Here, we round up some helpful tips to consider when choosing the best event venue; from the initial vision right through to making it a reality, and all the finer detail in between.
So you’re a sound engineer, which sounds kind of cool, right? Getting to go on tour with your favourite bands, meeting lead singers, cool guitarists and superstar DJ’s, getting invited to late night after parties, but, let us assure you the life isn’t quite as rock’n’roll as it may seem.
Here, we’ve summarised the top 10 signs you know you’re a sound engineer, to shed some insights into this often elusive career choice or hobby…
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve added several pieces of new equipment to our inventory, including Revostage staging, Manfrotto Fluid Head Tripods, the Blackmagic HyperDeck Studio Pro 2 disk recorder & much more. We hire our sound, lighting and AV/Video equipment out to businesses located in Nottingham and surrounding areas.