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All packed up for a night out

Saturday, 11 April 2015   |  
Our small gig/party sound system is perfect for private parties. It even fits in the back of a hatchback with room to spare. This Electro-Voice ELX based system is active and simple to setup.

New gear - always a good thing!

Wednesday, 01 April 2015   |  
Everyone loves to get new toys to play with. Whether you're little kids, looking for the latest games console, or BIG kids (like us!) looking to get the best equipment to complete our mission to achieve the best quality sound. To help us on our way to achieve this mission, we invested in some new gear.

Travelling south for new toys

Sunday, 17 August 2014   |  
Blimey! What a day. It's been a long slog for our team, but we've made it. We've spent the last 12 hours or so driving down south, listening to a potential new system, being blown away by it, purchasing it and driving back to the Shire!

Record your gig and build your audience

Tuesday, 21 January 2014   |  
So you have been booked for a gig and you're well prepared right? Well if you're not, you should be. Performing well at your gig can win you new fans, encourage existing ones to come and see you again and, ultimately, allow people to enjoy your music. But what if they don't know your band? Will they come to the gig? Will they stick around, after the band they know has finished, to listen to what you've got?

Red means bad, not good!

Wednesday, 10 April 2013   |  
So last night we had the "pleasure" of providing sound engineering and stage duties for a well known boy band in our local venue. Now when you think boy band, you think guys jumping around on stage singing, which they did. However, one of them was performing the role of DJ. 

Digital mixing desks - Analogue, what is that?

Wednesday, 03 April 2013   |  
If you follow the music industry, but in particular the sound engineering side of things, then you may know that digital mixing desks have been the weapon of choice for many years. From being deemed unstable when they were first introduced many, many, years ago, to the becoming the preferred mixing console (or "board" as our American chums call them), they have always offered a massive set of features to the user. However, many of the more traditionalist engineers out there would argue about the sound quality and reliability too.
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