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One of the most awful and embarrassing situations for an audio engineer is microphone feedback during an event. Not only is it painful for our ears, but it can interrupt the flow of an entire performance or event. Audience members may become skeptical of your abilities and event planners will look for someone to blame. Essentially, feedback is the last thing you want while running sound. Here are a few tips to help prevent feedback.










Microphone Position & Polar Pattern

Different microphones have differently shaped areas from which signal can be picked up. It is essential to know your microphone’s specific polar pattern before you use them live. Knowing your microphone's polar pattern helps you to adjust where you will place stage monitors to avoid signal feedback into the microphone.










Know the “Point of Feedback”

Once you have adjusted and set your gain, slowly ride your mixer's fader up until you begin to hear feedback. Make a mental note or even use a piece of console tape to depict where feedback will ensue visually. If this level is too low, the microphone position or monitor position may need adjustment. This line is your limit and should only be crossed when required during certain moments when headroom has increased. Always make sure you bring it back below the line as soon as possible. Remember, feedback is acceptable during soundcheck. This is when you are feeling everything out and learning how the sound sources and stage configuration interact.

Use EQ

Using your ears or a real-time analyzer (RTA), determine which frequencies are spiking and feeding into each other. To do this, set all faders just below the point of feedback and raise the stage monitor levels up one at a time until they begin to feedback. When a frequency starts to spike, use a parametric or graphic eq to notch out the troublesome frequency pre-fader on the
monitor output. Be careful not to tweak the EQ after this.

Carefully Watch Your Stage Volume

The louder your stage volume is, the higher the chance for feedback gets. Try keeping your monitor levels as low as possible. Once a musician is happy with their mix and level, you can usually get away with turning the volume down slightly when they are not looking. Furthermore, consider using in-ear-monitors when possible. This reduces stage volume drastically which in turn reduces the chance for feedback.











Always Mute Unused Microphones

It is a good idea to mute microphones that are not in use at any given time. This helps to reduce the amount of pickup from the stage, which in turn allows you to push the unmuted microphones louder. Additionally, unused microphones pick up bleed which can only muddy up a mix.

Teach Performers Proper Mic Technique

It is often not the equipment but the performers that increase your chances of feedback. When an inexperienced performer does not have a proper projection technique, feedback can often leak in. Always remind them that it is ideal for them to be as close as possible to the microphone.

Use Direct Boxes Instead of Amps

Use a direct box instead of an amp as much as possible. Instruments like keyboards or bass guitars usually do not depend on an amplifier for their tone. Using a DI box eliminates having another microphone on stage. Going direct will also reduce stage volume, and you will have a cleaner signal.

Always Be Alert and Ready to Mute

Keep an eye on all live microphones at all times and their position on stage. A singer walking in front of a PA stack or an MC waiving a microphone near a stage monitor are all common causes of sudden feedback. If this happens always be ready mute the affected channel or quickly throw a fader down, your audience will thank you.


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Games for Pairs of People are designed to improve communication. They are also a ton of fun!
  • Our Newlywed Game is for newlyweds.
  • Our Colleague Game is for people who work together
  • Our Family Game is for parents and teens or pre-teens, siblings, etc.

Contestants are:

  • Separated and presented with enter a form or a whiteboard/blackboard.
  • Instructed to write one word descriptors for themselves and their partner as shown in the photograph.
  • Blindfolded prior to being brought back together.
Contestants hold their forms or boards for the audience to see while answering questions such as:
  • How many times did your answers match.
  • What did your partner write for each prompt.
Prizes are then presented to the contestants (and they need to figure out what the prizes are while remaining blindfolded.)


People enjoy the game and realize the need to improve communication.



Note: In some variations of the game, only one participant is blindfolded and predicts what their partner wrote on the board.


These games are included in selected Education By Entertainment programs.

Ron

Ronald G. Shapiro, PhD
Education by Entertainment
Social or Public event these are the important parts Venue selection, catering, Production, Entertainment, Gifts, Lodging, Transportation, Conference services. How to handle all this task in a proper way. Event Planners


Games for Pairs of People are designed to improve communication. They are also a ton of fun!
  • Our Newlywed Game is for newlyweds.
  • Our Colleague Game is for people who work together
  • Our Family Game is for parents and teens or pre-teens, siblings, etc.

Contestants are:

  • Separated and presented with enter a form or a whiteboard/blackboard.
  • Instructed to write one word descriptors for themselves and their partner as shown in the photograph.
  • Blindfolded prior to being brought back together.
Contestants hold their forms or boards for the audience to see while answering questions such as:
  • How many times did your answers match.
  • What did your partner write for each prompt.
Prizes are then presented to the contestants (and they need to figure out what the prizes are while remaining blindfolded.)


People enjoy the game and realize the need to improve communication.



Note: In some variations of the game, only one participant is blindfolded and predicts what their partner wrote on the board.


These games are included in selected Education By Entertainment programs.

Ron

Ronald G. Shapiro, PhD
Education by Entertainment
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mlarochelle
mlarochelle
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11 days ago
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Holiday Family Party
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While the holidays can be a fun and exciting time, if you are in charge of planning and organizing a holiday party, you might not describe the time as fun and exciting. With your stress levels through the roof, you will be searching for answers, some which may not be readily apparent. Let’s run through some party planning tips to make sure your party goes without a hitch.

Decide on the Theme, Budget, and Size of Your Party

This first step is critical. If you go through all of the planning stages of a party without a theme or goal in mind, you will end up with a hodgepodge of decorations, ideas, and styles around the room. Successful parties have a central theme that guests can quickly identify, making them comfortable in their surroundings. Part of this step is deciding how big your party is going to be. It might be hard to play a quick secret Santa game at a holiday party with hundreds of people. On the other hand, you are not going to need a massive sound system and drapery for a small office party with twenty people in attendance. Another facet of this step is knowing your budget. Always know how much money you have to spend on food, drinks, and other party vendors before you decide anything. You do not want to spend all of your money on a large stage and have nothing left for hors-d'oeuvres. Know the scope of your party, its' theme, and your budget before you proceed any further.

Selecting Your Venue

Many times when planning a party, there is an obvious space where it will be held such as your office or home. However, if you are planning a more substantial event, it may be a good idea to consider a venue in your city or town. When selecting a site, always make sure you tour it in person before committing to the date. You do not want to show up the day of your party and find a critical flaw in the venue. Take lots of photos when you tour the venue so you can easily refer back to them while planning.










Decide on Your Entertainment

Depending on the size and theme of your party, your guests are going to want some entertainment! Picking entertainment is one of the most fun steps when planning a party, and a great time to think outside the box. You might immediately think about booking a band, but you could probably find a comedian or dance troupe that your guests will love. Consider the theme of your party again and think about your guest's preferences when deciding on entertainment.

Choose Your AV Company

The entertainment at your party will probably require some AV equipment, and you will have to find and source it. Discuss with your entertainer everything they will require and relay that to your AV company of choice. Choosing an AV company can be hard. You will not always want to go with your cheapest option!

For a full write-up on how to select the best AV company for your event, check out our blog post about the subject HERE.

Decide on Other Event Vendors

Is your party going to need a caterer, a photographer, or a bartender? Identify these people early in your planning process and reach out to them promptly. If they are good at what they do, their calendars will be booked full during the holiday season! Again, don't forget to stay within your budget. If having memorable photos from your party is a priority, you might spend some more money on your photographer. For a well-rounded event, you will want to distribute your budget as evenly as you can between different party and event vendors.










Invite Your Guests

Your party is planned, and it is time to invite your guest list! There are many nuances to consider when sending invitations. For more exclusive parties, you may require guests to RSVP. If your party is going to be formal, don't forget to remind guests about the dress code! Are your guests allowed a +1? Consider all aspects of your party before inviting your guests; you do not want them to show up confused.

Lastly, Have Fun!

While holiday party planning can be stressful, the last situation you want to find yourself in is scrambling to put together the party at the last second. Relax and develop a plan for yourself, a method for planning the party. Holiday party planning can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Now get to planning!


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-We offer three custom packages, along with being able custom and itemize specially what you need.
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We have great exciting bartenders waiting to serve delicious cocktails at your next event.
-We offer three custom packages, along with being able custom and itemize specially what you need.
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-We offer three custom packages, along with being able custom and itemize specially what you need.
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19 days ago
Topic:
looking for event venue to hold 500 plus
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party2589014
party2589014
Posts: 1

19 days ago
Topic:
Party Supplies Australia
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DrRonShapiro
DrRonShapiro
Posts: 390

20 days ago
Topic:
Having Fun at a Business Meeting


On November 16, 2017 I presented my Education By Entertainment program titled Mind Games: Think, Learn & Have Fun!!! to (add)venture employees at the Nelson Center in Lang's Bowlarama in Cranston, RI.

The day began with business meetings at the (add)venture business location, followed by a trip to Lang's for
  • a few hours of bowling
  • a buffet dinner including chicken parmigiano, pasta, salad and cookies
  • my program
  • table games
Lang's provided the location, bowling and catering. The (add)venture operations team handled the setup and decorations.

My Mind Games program content was similar to other Mind Games programs, but this program (as all programs) had a personality of its own because of the enthusiasm displayed by audience members, the on-stage contestants and the champion.

When I recruited on-stage contestants from the audience Erica, who ultimately was elected our champion, wanted to be sure the program would be competitive. I think that she would agree that it was!

The photo collage above shows:
  • a group activity (stand on one foot, eyes closed, recite alphabet backwards).
  • individual activities (catch the falling dollar; point to the pens being tapped; perform activities while viewing everything upside down).
  • Erica, the champion, and myself immediately after she was blindfolded for her final exam
  • Erica holding her prizes with the semifinalists in the background
The collage also shows the champion's certificate with a photo of Erica holding a sign showing everyone that she was elected the champion and a photo of Erica and myself at the conclusion of the program.

Erica's:
  • Champion Ribbon was made by Hodges Badge of Middletown, Rhode Island.
  • Trophy was purchased from Rhode Island Novelty.


Ron
Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D.
Education By Entertainment
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ssmit2587846
Posts: 1

20 days ago
Topic:
Holiday Family Party
Hello I need a rental space for a Christmas party for about 6 hours .
kwage2475300
kwage2475300
Posts: 2

21 days ago
Topic:
Our Holiday Gift to You!
Hello to all Eventective customers!

It's that time of year again! Everyone is scrambling to book their holiday parties and here at the Summer Shack we have just the thing to get you into the holiday spirit. Not only are we offering event space for you NO food and beverage minimums, rental fees or admin fees! (Some restrictions may apply with buyouts). To make the deal even sweeter, we are offering $50-$100 of appetizers towards your event of $500 or more (the amount varies depending on location).

The Summer Shack has a fun, fresh atmosphere with a great menu that changes daily and a tiki inspired cocktail list that will keep you warm all Winter long! We have a variety of function menus to choose from and excel at handling large group reservations. I will work with you one-on-one to create a menu that is tailored to your group's needs and budget and ensure you have an outstanding experience with us!

Your event will be contracted based on your predetermined food and beverage selections, and there is nothing else to it! We want you to have a blast this holiday season, and not have to worry about additional fees and minimums for your event.

Our Cambridge and Boston locations have multiple different areas that can be reserved for your event. If you have any questions, would like to see one of our spaces, or would like a quote, please contact me at kwagenberg@shackfoods.com for more information.

Whether your group is for 15 people or over 100, the Summer Shack has just what you need this holiday season. I look forward to meeting you and helping to plan your next event!

Sincerely,
Kari Wagenberg
Sales Manager
Summer Shack - Cambridge & Boston
kwagenberg@shackfoods.com

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22 days ago
Topic:
Holiday Gathering
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Posts: 1

23 days ago
Topic:
Eloping in Style
Eloping doesn't have to be a courthouse appointment in a cold room with strangers. Las Vegas started the trend of small quirky weddings with Elvis impersonators or Elvira officiating. There are now little venues popping up in other parts of the country. Ours is a small art studio venue in Clive Iowa that specializes in couples looking to tie the knot with a few friends and family on a shoestring budget.
With Elopement packages like the Shotgun package, a couple can bring a couple of besties and have a short ceremony complete with aisles, a minister, a bouquet and a small area for sharing cake and drinks afterward for about $350, which is budgeting at it's finest.
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mlarochelle
mlarochelle
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24 days ago
Topic:
Venue for Graduation Party - San Antonio, Texas
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mlarochelle
mlarochelle
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24 days ago
Topic:
Rent a Hall, Space or Room for Birthday Party!
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So you’re almost done planning your event. The venue has been secured, permits have been acquired, and all of your AV vendors are in place. You think everything is good to go, but then the age-old question comes up, do I need an audio engineer? Some events require a skilled audio professional, while some can get by without one. There are many reasons not to ignore the quality of your event's audio. For instance, event attendees are much more likely to notice poor audio before they notice other production deficiencies. Before we discuss whether your event needs an engineer, it is important to understand the role of a live sound engineer. The engineer’s responsibilities are numerous and range from setting up the sound system and any components, coordinating details with performers, ensuring the quality of the mix, and monitoring the level of the PA’s output. The engineer is the direct liaison between you and the MC, DJ, musicians and/or speakers. Many times your engineer will be able to determine exactly what your event might need and have the ability to communicate your needs to your performers. Skilled live audio engineers understand the way the human ear reacts to audio waves. You won’t even notice subtle mix changes when professionals are at the helm. We’ll cover the techniques they use to accomplish this refined sound in a future blog.

Working with this definition of an audio engineer, let’s run through some basic info to consider that will help you make your decision.

Quite possibly the biggest factor necessitating a need for a skilled audio engineer will be the size of your event. If all of the AV equipment needed at your event is a simple two speaker sound system with one microphone for a speech, it may be hard to justify the expense of an engineer. Most people will be able to understand the basic functions of a small audio mixer with a short demonstration. AV companies should always be more than willing to show customers how to use their rental equipment. Still, in this example, a skilled engineer will be able to tune the PA speakers to the room and equalize the sound of the speaker's voice as well as blend in transitional music before and after. Even for an event with a slightly larger setup consisting of multiple microphones and personal stage monitors, an engineer is not always required if little to no mix changes will be needed during the event. This is most often the case for small conferences where the only sound source will be spoken word. Nonetheless, if peace of mind is a determining factor for you, it is always nice to have an engineer present to troubleshoot any issues. For larger events with audio that needs precise attention to detail such as a concert you may want to consider having more than one engineer. A common practice is to have one engineer that handles front-of-house (FOH) sound and one that handles on stage sound mixing (monitors). For even larger events, it is typical that the production company will also employ a system engineer, who oversees other on-site engineers and the sound system itself.










As you can tell, there are many factors to consider when planning an event needing sound reinforcement. Your AV company will always be able to provide an audio engineer to run your rental equipment, and if they don't have one in-house or can't recommend one, RUN! When in doubt, it’s best to play it safe and hire an audio engineer to ensure that your event runs smoothly.

If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email at Contact@ChannelAudioGroup.com or drop us a call at 615-715-7911. We’d love to hear from you!
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When it comes to live sound sound equipment, every engineer seems to have their own opinion about how things should be done. Some will prefer one brand of speaker over another, some will have specific types of cables that they like to use. The great thing about operating live sound equipment, however, is that outside of a few defined guidelines, there really are no rules. At Channel Audio, we have our own preferences, just like anyone else. Read further to find out what we like!









Speakers

Electro-Voice
The EV logo on a PA speaker is an immediate sign of quality. For 90 years, Electro-Voice has designed and engineered leading‑edge sound reinforcement solutions. Engineers appreciate that they can get their hands on EV equipment without spending a fortune. The new ELX series of powered portable PA speakers represents incredible and rugged quality.

JBL
It is hard to talk about live sound equipment and not mention JBL. Founded in 1946 by James Bullough Lansing, the company took on his initials and began producing loudspeakers and various other audio electronics. Today, JBL manufacturers everything from car speakers to waterproof bluetooth speakers. JBL’s PA speakers are known for their bass response, quality, and rugged construction.

Microphones

Shure
Just like JBL, it’s hard to find a live sound setup not using anything made by Shure, the manufacturer of the iconic SM58 and SM57 microphones. Some engineers claim that they could mic a whole band with just SM57s. Beyond the famous pair of SM series microphones, Shure has a microphone for nearly every application.

AKG
If there was a list of most iconic microphone manufacturers ever, AKG would have to be a close second to Shure. At Channel Audio, we love the versatile D112 Dynamic Mic, and never hesitate to use for anything from a bass drum, to a bass amp or floor tom. Continuing the theme of other manufacturers on this list, AKG microphones are known for their rugged quality.

Live Mixing Consoles

Mackie
For a long time, Mackie has made some of the most widely used portable analog mixing boards. With their distinct appearance, many engineers have cut their teeth on a Mackie board. Mackie’s low noise mic preamps pioneered the industry standard for modern preamps. It is hard to find a mixing board that doesn’t draw some design elements from the earlier Mackie boards.

Midas
Live sound technology has rapidly evolved, and a company that has been at the forefront of the digital live sound revolution has been Midas. Midas mixing boards can look like a spaceship cockpit to a non-engineer. Midas digital boards are consistently a few years ahead of their competition.

Power Amplifiers

Crown Audio
Channel Audio exclusively utilizes Crown power amps for all of our passive PA systems. A subsidiary of the Harman Professional family of brands, Crown exclusively produces some of the highest quality power amplifiers available to sound engineers. In recent years, Crown has pioneered power amp technology with their DriveCore™ circuitry, seamlessly integrating the amplifier drive stage into the power output stage fusing everything into a chip the size of a dime.

Cables

When selecting cables, there are many companies that produce quality cables. Instead of only selecting a few brands, there are some tell-tale signs of high-quality audio cable. The noise floor ratio should be as low as possible, the cabling should be shielded and braided, and the manufacturer should be utilizing a high-quality connector such as one manufactured by Neutrik or Amphenol. Many times, you can obtain a higher quality cable at a cheaper price by making it yourself! Simply buy some high quality 3-pin cable wire and connectors and get to soldering.

Tips & Tricks

  • Always turn on your PA system’s power amps at least 15 minutes prior to feeding signal through them. This allows the circuitry to warm up and stabilize.
  • Don’t buy cheap cables! You can have some of the best amps and speakers in the world, but cheap cabling can let you down.
  • PA speakers with wood cabinets tend to sound warmer and fuller with more accurate frequency response than those enclosures molded with plastic.
  • An easy way to keep your cables organized and rolled is tie-line. Grab a large roll off eBay or Amazon and attach some to the end of all of your cables.
  • Lastly, take care of your gear. Gear that is properly maintained not only looks better, but will sound better and be much less likely to break down on the job.

If you have any more questions about our audio equipment, don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email atContact@ChannelAudioGroup.com or drop us a call at 615-715-7911. We’d love to hear from you!
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Many people in need of renting a PA system for their event may have little to no idea of how a typical PA works, thus leading to the possibility of renting a system either too large or too small for the event’s requirements. One unique feature of PA systems is that no two are alike. While many manufacturers might make every component that a system needs, it is common to mix and match components from different manufacturers, usually stemming from an engineer’s personal preferences. This guide will explain the basic parts and functions of the most common type of PA systems, basic setups with ground supported speakers. We won’t be getting into large scale concert PA systems with line arrays in this post, those types of systems deserve their own post Let’s dive in!

What is a PA System?

A PA system stands for “Public Address System.” The origins of the PA system dates back to around 1910, when the Automatic Electric Company of Chicago, Illinois, announced it had developed a loudspeaker, which it marketed under the name of the Automatic Enunciator. By 1913, multiple units were installed throughout the Comiskey Park baseball stadium in Chicago, both to make announcements and to provide musical interludes. Charles A. Comiskey was quoted as saying: "The day of the megaphone man has passed.” PA systems don’t just refer to the speaker cabinets prevalent at music venues and festivals. Any system of one or more speakers designed to replicate audio or speech to a group of people qualifies as a PA system. However, for the purpose of this post we’re going to talk about typical concert and event PA systems.

Main Components

Speakers
The first component that comes to mind when thinking about PA systems is the most important one, the speakers. PA speakers come in countless different shapes and sizes. There are three main types of PA speakers: mains, sometimes referred as “tops,” subwoofers, sometimes referred as “bottoms,” and stage monitors. Each type of speaker serves a different function within the system, but each depend on each other.

Main Speakers create the bulk of the PA’s sound. In basic PA systems, the main speakers are either placed on speaker stands or mounted on top of the subwoofers. Main speakers in your basic PA system are normally sized between 10’-15’ with a smaller tweeter speaker above the woofer.

Subwoofers are larger than the main speakers and produce lower frequencies than the mains. This has the effect of “filling out” the sound that the ear will here. Subwoofers are typically 15’-20’ speakers, although dual 12’ subs have become more common. To separate the sound of the subwoofers and mains, a crossover unit will almost always be employed. The crossover is usually rack mounted and separates the signal going through it by frequency, sending lower frequencies to the subwoofers and higher ones to the mains. An important part of tuning a PA system is selecting the correct crossover frequency for the room in which the PA is situated.

Stage Monitors are usually positioned near the performer or speaker to help them hear themselves. They are on a separate mix than the mains and subs, also known as the front-of-house speakers. Many main speaker are purpose designed to also act as stage monitors if so required. Stage monitors are usually on the ground tilted at an angle towards the performer.









Amplifiers
PA speakers can either be passive or active. Active speakers have an internal amplifier of their own while passive speakers have no internal amplifier and require an external amplifier to convert the line level signal of the mixer to a level where it can drive the speaker to the necessary volume. Amplifiers can be an expensive item, but deservedly so. In a passive PA system, you are trusting the entirety of the system’s sound to one component.










Mixing Consoles
A mixing console is one of the most important parts of a PA system and like other PA components, the options on the market are endless. A mixing board will have a set number of channels and is responsible for combining sounds, routing, and changing the volume level, timbre (tone colour) or dynamics of many different audio signals. Inputs on a mixer are commonly XLR and TRS (¼’). A mixer can provide phantom power for capacitor microphones, pan control on each channel, and monitoring mixes, for the stage monitors. Most mixing consoles will have left and right main outputs and individual outputs known as auxiliary sends, most commonly used for stage monitors or effects.










Cabling
To connect the components of a PA system and transmit audio signal, various cabling is required. PA speakers most commonly take one of three forms of cable: XLR, TRS, or Speakon. Mixers and amplifiers usually have main outputs and inputs of both XLR and TRS. Some amplifiers can have a form of RCA outputs called banana cabling. Using the correct cabling when setting up a PA is vitally important. If wrong cables and/or connectors are used, equipment may not operate correctly. In the worst-case, using the wrong cables or connectors can be dangerous.

Effects
An optional, yet common component of a typical PA system is effects. Many modern mixers will have have onboard effects, however effects paired with a PA system are usually outboard, meaning stand-alone units. Common effects paired with a PA system are reverb, compression, delay, gates, and equalizers.

Sound Sources
PA systems have various application, thus there are a variety of common sound sources for PA systems. The most common source is the sound from a microphone. Microphones also have a variety of uses and placements, ranging from vocal mics, instruments mics, and room mics. PA systems are also great at reproducing already recorded music. Music can be played through a PA system by feeding the sound through one or more channels on the mixer.

Signal Flow
The signal flow of audio within a PA system is inherently simple, however there are many points at which a novice might become confused. Every PA system is different, however a typical signal flow is depicted in the figure below.










Operation
Operating even a simple PA system can be frustrating, although rewarding. For many small scale events such as speeches and conferences, little to no tweaking of the settings on the mixer is required after soundcheck. However, for large scale productions such as concerts, it is imperative that an engineer is present to mix the sound for the duration of the event. Due to the complex nature of music, vital changes to the PA systems sound are often required constantly. Those renting a PA system can often regret opting to forego hiring an engineer, as they find out quickly that their event’s sound required much more attention to detail.










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So You Need to Find an AV Company

If you are someone in need of an AV company’s services, the options you find yourself with after a quick google search can be daunting. One company may advertise “stunning and elegant events,” another might say that they stock “the best equipment on the market.” Even if you know a fair amount about AV equipment, sorting through the different companies you find can be confusing. This blog post will teach you everything you need to know to make an informed decision when selecting an AV company.

First Things First… Industry Lingo

If you are an AV expert and just searching for the best company, this section won’t be of much of use to you. However, for those of you who don’t know exactly what you’re getting yourself in to, let this be where you start!

Labor Rates
AV companies will almost always break down their labor costs into two categories: Day Rates or Week-Rates. An industry standard day rate accounts for approximately 10 hours of labor, while a half-day is usually around 5. AV companies might also charge you for a travel day if your event is more than a few hours away from their headquarters. Travel days are charged at a half day rate.

Equipment Rental Rates
The cost of equipment rental is charged separately from labor on your quote/invoice (we’ll get to those in a second!) Different pieces of equipment will have different prices set by your AV company. Newer equipment will usually be accompanied with a higher rental rate than older gear, but that doesn’t always mean it’s a better option. Some of the most trusted equipment in the industry hasn’t been updated in years. You can expect that the main pieces of your rental, speakers, projectors, screens, and microphones will all be listed as separate line items on your quotes/invoices. It should be expected that all accompanying items to your main pieces of equipment, such as cables and stands are included. Some AV companies may elect to simple charge for a “cable package” which would include all necessary cabling.

Load In and Load Out
Load in refers to the time the equipment is delivered and/or setup. Load out refers to the time that the company breaks down equipment and takes it out of the venue. Load out is sometimes referred to as “strike.” Although it seems self-explanatory, there are some nuances to remember with load in and out times. Always make sure to budget for enough load in time. Your AV company should inform you how long it should take to setup your equipment. If you are coordinating times with the venue, make sure to inform them of the allotted time. A rush load-in can be extremely stressful for all parties involved. It is important that ample time is allowed to test any complicated equipment you might be using.

Quoting & Invoicing
When you approach an AV company about an event, they will ask questions to determine what equipment you will need, and whether they will be able to service your event. Your quote will contain a list of equipment that you will be renting and individual prices for each item. These are referred to line items. Most quotes will also show labor quotes, or you may be given a separate quote for labor. After you accept your quote, an AV company will usually follow up with an invoice. The total amount displayed on the invoice should never differ from your quote!









Common AV Equipment

Speakers
Almost always refers to PA, or public address speakers. These are broken into a variety of categories. Common ones are mains (tops), subwoofers (bottoms), stage monitors, and line arrays. Mains function as the primary speakers in a PA system, producing most of the frequency range. Subs fill out the sound of a PA system, boosting low bass frequencies, making for a powerful sound. Stage monitors are speakers facing the opposite direction of the primary PA speakers, providing sound for any performers or speakers on stage so they can hear themselves. Line arrays are a completely different class of PA system. They are made up of a number of usually identical loudspeaker elements mounted in a line. They are commonly flown, or rigged, from a ceiling or structural beam.

Microphones
There are a wide variety of microphones, all with differing shapes, sizes, pickup patterns and applications. While your AV company should be expected to recommend the best microphones for your event, it is good to know some basic information about them.

Wired vs. Wireless: When deciding between wired or wireless microphones the manner in which they will be used is crucial. If the performer needs to have a wide range of movement, a wireless microphone is the best option. If the performer will be stationary, a wired mic will be fine.

Lavalier microphones (Also known as lavalier, lapel, or body mics): Lav mics are small microphones used for television, theatre, and public speaking applications in order to allow for hands-free operation. They are most commonly provided with small clips for attaching to collars, ties, or other clothing.

Headsets: Similar to lav mics, headset mics are hands-free, offer a higher quality sound, and are less hidden than lav mics. They most commonly wrap around the head and position a mic in front of the performer or speaker’s mouth.









Projectors and Screens
A critical part of any presentation or visual event, projection systems project any visual medium onto a screen, or sometimes a wall. Projectors have become a mainstream item and many people possess a good bit of knowledge regarding their usage, however there are some important things to remember!

Rear Projection vs. Front Projection: Most, if not all modern projectors can project onto a screen situated either in front or behind the intended audience with little to no quality loss. The main factor to consider when choosing between front or rear projection is the room in which the projector will be in. If people will be situated in front of the screen, it is best to opt for rear projection. Don’t forget to ask your AV company if their projectors can do both rear and front projection!

HD vs. SD: Just like a TV or an online video, some projectors can project in high definition, while others only project in standard definition. Make sure you know whether your event’s visual elements require an HD or SD projector. The standard aspect ratio of an HD projector is 1080p. While an SD projector is most commonly 480p. Remember, you don’t always need an HD projector! For a simple text slideshow, you can save money by opting for an SD projector.

Drapery and Lighting
Some AV companies only focus on audio systems and projection, while some full service AV companies also provide drapery and lighting.

Drapery: Drapery is a simple and elegant way to transform an event space. Drapery consists of colored or white fabric draped over standard sized drapery poles. Drapery can hide an ugly backdrop, cut a room in half, or simply provide a beautiful touch to a reception.

Lighting: Lighting is a vast field of expertise, which is why there are some companies that just provide lighting. There are various types of lighting systems, ranging from a simple array of colored lights on a pole, to full fledged concert lighting systems with various shapes, sizes, colors, and functions. When combined with drapery and projection services, lights can make an event stand out!

What to Expect From an AV Company

Prompt Response Time
The AV industry is a competitive one. If you reach out to an AV company during normal business hours, they should get back to the same day, if not within an hour or two. An AV company that is slow to respond might be a sign of an unorganized organization.

Modern and Functional Equipment
While some AV equipment has been industry standard for many years (Shure SM58), AV technology is always progressing and changing. An AV company that only stocks old and unreliable equipment is a bad sign!

Knowledgeable Staff
If your rep can’t explain to you what a piece of equipment does, or if they’re unsure of what your event needs, RUN! While some AV equipment is self-explanatory, a majority of AV equipment requires a trained and skilled technician. Make sure you are confident your AV company knows what it is doing.

Honest Advice
While business is business, a rep for an AV company shouldn’t be scared to offer honest and unbiased to you regarding your event. If an AV company isn’t able to service your event, they shouldn’t hesitate to tell you. On the other hand, if you think you need more equipment than your AV company usually provides to events like yours, it is a good sign if they suggest that you might not need that extra subwoofer or stage monitor you thought you did.

Arrival at Agreed Upon Times
Load in and Load out can be tight at some events. Always expect your AV companies’ technicians to arrive on time or early!

References
If an AV company is serious about their business, they should have no problem sending you a list of previous clients. Ask these clients any questions you might have regarding the service they received from the company.

Professionalism
While the relationships formed in the AV industry tend to be close and long-lasting, you should always expect all communication with an AV company to be succinct and professional. No text messages at 9 o’clock at night, no incoherent emails. A business that values professional communication is one you can trust.









Questions to Ask an AV Company

Can you explain my quote?
An AV company should have no problem explaining anything and everything on your quote. Some line items can be confusing. You shouldn’t be expected to know what “QSC K12 2-Way Powered Speaker - 1000 Watts” means on your quote. Ask your rep to walk you through your quote line by line. Beware, some companies might be trying to confuse you with long model numbers and confusing language! Don’t hesitate to ask an AV company why they chose the items on your quote. Furthermore, if your event is on a tight budget, ask where you might be able to save some money by going with a less expensive piece of equipment. An AV company should be able to tell you which items on the quote are important and necessary, and which items are flexible. Remember, the price on your quote should NEVER differ from the price on your invoice!

Is this new equipment?
As mentioned earlier, the AV company you choose should be keeping their inventory up to date with changes in the industry. That said, there are some great pieces of gear that still hold their own after many years! If the equipment isn’t new, the AV company should be able to explain why and how it is still serviceable. Some of the best analog mixers and microphones are 10-20 years old. Don’t be scared if you are renting some older equipment, but make sure it is in good repair and relevant to your event.

Can I do better than this equipment?
A good AV company should always be honest. If you ask your rep if you can do better than the equipment the company has suggested for you, they should be open and honest with if you they don’t have a better piece of equipment. Remember, this is your special event; you want to find the best company to suit your needs.

How are you different from your competition?
A good AV company will try to stand out from its competition. Your point of contact should easily be able to tell you how they are able to stand out from their competition. Some AV companies truly beat out their competition. Sometimes, if your rep gets a feeling you might be looking around at other companies, they might be inclined to offer you a discount to stick with their company.

Who is my main point of contact?
No one wants to juggle talking to a seemingly endless amount of people. It is standard practice for you to have one main point of contact within your AV company. Don’t hesitate to ask for one!

What other services do you offer?
AV companies offer a variety of services, and sometimes it might be not be readily apparent that they offer something else your event might need.

Let’s Sum This Up..

At the end of the day, you want to find an AV company that you can trust. On the day of your event, you should have no worries about the services you are paying for. Don’t hesitate to ask anything, there aren’t any stupid questions! There are a lot of AV companies on the market, take your time making a decision.


If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email at Contact@ChannelAudioGroup.comor drop us a call at 615-715-7911. We’d love to hear from you!



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This week the Penmar Community Arts Society announced their most recent project which involves opening up the Flamingo venues to bring live music, fundraisers and special events to Whalley. I am working with David Geertz on outreach to the Surrey community about this project and about opportunities for corporate and private groups to use these spaces.

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This week the Penmar Community Arts Society announced their most recent project which involves opening up the Flamingo venues to bring live music, fundraisers and special events to Whalley. I am working with David Geertz on outreach to the Surrey community about this project and about opportunities for corporate and private groups to use these spaces.

An article about the project is published in the Surrey Now this week https://www.surreynowleader.com/entertainment/surreys-flamingo-bars-will-fly-again-with-live-music-and-more/ Penmar Community Arts Society will be managing this operation and booking bands and groups to use the venues (we are taking down the stripper poles). As well as fulfilling our own mandate of making live music and events accessible in small communities we are contributing to the revitalization of a neighborhood that is in need of more arts and culture and stimulation for local business.

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An interesting opportunity for you is the potential for an event in an exclusive venue for your group. We have three venues on site and are very flexible to accommodate the type of event that will work for you. We have nightclub style, pub style or music hall style venues.

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November 1, 2017
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November 1, 2017
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