Home News

Saturday27 February 2021

Latest News

Is there something happening in the world that is just making you mad?! Grab your friends and make your voice heard!

Sound Equipment Rental Protest Phoenix AZ | Sound System Microphone Rentals Phoenix AZ RalliesIf you are planning a political protest rally this year and need a sound system, we have all of the equipment you'll need to get your message out. Even our most basic sound systems can handle all of your announcements, speeches, music, and relentless chanting! We provide rental packages for political protest rallies big or small, so give us a few details and we can even put together a custom system to meet all of your requirements.

What do you think of when you hear “high school dance”? Boys on one side of gym; girls on the other. No dancing… just plain awkwardness. In order to prevent that horribleness from happening at your school, we’re giving you the ins-and-outs of planning a fantastic high school dance. So read up on these 6 easy steps and make your Homecoming, Court-Warming, or Sadie-Hawkins dance the highlight of the semester!
1. Form a Committee
Gather the troops, because you’ll need help to pull off the best dance your high school has ever seen! Your school may already have a committee elected for just this kind of thing. But if not, you’ll want to find anywhere between 5-10 volunteers. Get your class officers involved and be sure to have one person in charge of delegating tasks to the rest of the team.
Consult with the teachers or faculty in charge of helping with the dance and make sure to include them in all your decision making along the way. Ask your faculty advisor or your student body treasurer about the budget for your social events and remember to refer to it as you plan!

They say in radio that having too much dead air is the one of the biggest mistakes you can make, and the same is true while performing music onstage. The more time you spend standing up there with no music or crowd engagement happening, the less interested the crowd will be, and the more uncomfortable it'll get for everyone.

Awkward silences can occur during a set for any number of reasons. Most often, they're the result of one band member having technical difficulties and trying to fix the problem as the rest of the group stands around waiting for them. Or perhaps your frontman just isn't particularly comfortable onstage and has trouble finding things to say in between songs.

Regardless of the reason, any silence that occurs onstage needs to be filled as quickly as possible. Below, I've come up with a list of my four favorite methods to fill awkward silence onstage.

Make your walk down the aisle ultra-memorable with our comprehensive list of processional wedding songs.

Walking down the aisle on your wedding day will be one of the most incredible experiences of your life. Maybe you'll forgo tradition and walk down together, or put a fun twist on things and each make your own separate entrance. Regardless of how you do it, you’ll want to choose a song to walk down the aisle to that reflects the unique bond you and your partner share. Whatever speaks to your personality, we are here to help!

Putting together a trendy, rustic affair? Check out our country songs to walk down the aisle to. Getting married in a gorgeous cathedral? We’ve got some amazing instrumental songs to walk down the aisle to. And if you’ve chosen to say “I Do” in laid-back, casual style (or even at a courthouse!) we’ve got you covered with some fun songs to walk down the aisle to, and some super-unique selections too!

Fashion shows are a great idea for groups trying to fundraise for a cause, organize community events, or to promote local fashion designers and businesses. The key ingredients to a good fashion show are a general theme, a well-coordinated team, and a well-designed program. It is important that you come up with a plan for your show: theme, location and date, music and decorations. You will also need to organize a team of people to run the show: designers, models, hair and makeup stylists, show coordinators, and lighting and sound professionals. All of these people need to work together to make your plan succeed. Finally, you will need to come up with a detailed program of featured designers, order of models and styles, and music and lighting.

Part 1 | Putting Together a Plan for a Fashion Show

Decide on a theme. All fashion shows are centered around a general theme.
A theme could be fall fashion, beach fashion, lingerie, or costumes.
Alternatively, the theme could focus on a particular color or fabric.
The music, lighting, and decorations will have to go along with this theme.
If you are doing the fashion show as a fundraiser, you might pick a them in line with your cause.
For example, if are doing a fashion show to raise money for a breast cancer charity, you might choose to showcase the color pink.

Decide on a budget. If you are coordinating a fashion show to raise money for charity, you may want to keep costs as low as possible.
See what kind of money you can expect from donations. You can use these funds to defray the cost of a fashion show.
Decide on a price for ticket sales. These will be the primary means of getting a profit or money for a charitable cause.
The price of tickets should be enough to cover costs of the show plus enough to reach a desired profit or donation goal.
You might see if local designers and professionals will volunteer their time and services for the show to offset some of the costs.

We had a great time at the Gilbert Days Parade and Marathon! A total of five separate sounds systems were set in place along the parade route to announce each group or float as well as to provide some background music. It was a beautiful morning and everything sounded great!

We have also provide sound for parade floats at the Fiesta Bowl Parade and Phoenix Gay Pride Parade!

Equipment Used:

  • QSC KLA12 Powered Line Array 12" Speakers
  • QSC K12 2-Way Powered 1000 Watt Speakers
  • JBL PRX715 15" 2-Way Speakers
  • Shure SM58 Microphones

Rent Parade Float Speaker Sound System | Phoenix Chandler Mesa Scottsdale Tempe AZMake your float for your upcoming parade be not only seen, but heard too! Whether you are singing, dancing, talking, or rocking, we have the perfect sound system to rent for your next parade appearance! The systems we provide are incredibly versatile, portable, and sound great.

We provide an inexpensive and affordable way to provide music and amplification for your upcoming parade in the Phoenix AZ area. If you're on a budget for your parade float or just want to save money, we offer an easy solution that allows you to provide your own music, using the same equipment as a professional disc jockey.  Renting high-quality, professional DJ equipment may be your best solution -- and it's completely user friendly!

Take a little pop, throw in some R&B, mix it with some soul and add a touch of jazz and the result is the electrifying sounds of Blair Clark. We used our Concert Sound System, which includes two JBL PRX speakers, two JBL PRX subwoofers, four QSC K12 Monitors, and a PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 Digital Mixer. Also included were eight LED PAR64 lights and a followspot.

Blair is a powerful entertainer out of Indiana who we loved working with!

Equipment Used:

  • PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 Digital Mixer
  • JBL PRX715 15" 2-Way Speakers
  • JBL PRX718XLF Powered 18" Subwoofers
  • QSC K12 Powered Monitors
  • Shure SLX4/SM58 Wireless Handheld Microphone
  • Shure SM58 Microphones
  • Shure PG 6-Piece Drum Microphone Kit

Rent Chauvet Intimidator Moving Spot 350 Phoenix AZWe are excited to announce that we are now renting the PreSonus StudioLive RM32AI 32 Channel Digital Rack Mounted Mixer. The mixer includes a Dell Inspiron One 2350 Touch Screen Computer. It is available at $200 per day and is also available as part of our Pro Concert Sound System Rental Package for Live Bands and Music.

Since it runs on WIFI, this mixer requires no snake! If your band members have iPhones or iPads, they can log in and run their own monitor mixes all night long. No more shouting to the sound technician or waiting till a break to make changes.

Versatile and flexible for live and recorded sound.
Equally at home in houses of worship, schools, broadcast facilities, live venues, touring rigs, and recording studios, the PreSonus® StudioLive® RM32AI 32-channel, 25-bus, rack-mount Active Integration digital mixer is a versatile and flexible solution for live sound and recording. StudioLive RM32AI mixers are expandable up to 64 channels, flawlessly integrated with state-of-the-art software, and boast an integrated multitrack recording interface, advanced AVB or Dante™ networking, and multiple control options. Yet they’re easy to use, with a workflow that will let you focus on mixing, without being distracted by the technology.

The largest study of US couples married in 2015 by the #1 wedding resource, The Knot, finds that to-be-weds are spending more--and The Knot Concierge, a digital-plus-human service, helps couples select the right wedding pros for these high-consideration purchases

NEW YORK, April 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Knot, the #1 wedding brand and marketplace, today released the results of The Knot 2015 Real Weddings Study. The ninth annual comprehensive report, the largest of its kind, surveyed nearly 18,000 U.S. brides and grooms married in 2015 to uncover the financial spending habits and trends of real weddings in America. This study includes national and local statistics including the average cost of a wedding, who pays, how couples budget and plan for their big day, the average number of wedding guests and other key statistics related to weddings in America.

Belief, an international wedding planning network, announces the results of the 3rd edition of an exclusive online contest for wedding professionals

Winning a Belief Awards is one of the highest honors a wedding planner can receive. "We are excited to celebrate such a top-notch group of professionals for the Belief Awards 3rd edition. Each of the wedding planners recognized is committed with quality and expertise," says Giovana Duailibe, executive director of Belief.

Meet the winners by continent

Page 12 of 32

Connect With Us

Join us on Social Media!