Any time you're planning a major event, you need to be sure that you have the right sound and light crew to help you keep things running properly. If your expertise isn't in the sound field, that can be a challenge. Understanding the basics of what you will need from your sound structure is the first step toward getting the services that will fit your event. Here's a look at what you need to consider as you formulate your sound engineering needs.
Where Is Your Event Being Held?
The first thing that you need to think about when you're considering your sound engineering needs is where your event will be held. The location is important because indoor environments will be much easier for you to manage sound-wise than what you'll experience with an outdoor event environment. You'll need a sound engineer who knows how to account for things like wind and open space if you're hosting an outdoor event. That way, you can be sure that everyone can hear clearly.
Are There Any Special Sounds Needed?
If you are looking for a sound engineer who can provide you with sound effect support, make sure that you keep that in mind when you're evaluating engineers for your event. Talk with your prospective sound engineers for more information about the sound effects that they might offer and explain the ones that you will need for your event. That way, you can be sure that the sound effects that you need the most are available for your event. Walk through the entire event and explain the times when you will need those effects or the cues that you want the sound engineer to follow.
Will You Need Specialized Sound Management?
Another thing to think about when you're evaluating your sound engineers is whether or not you are going to need specialized sound management. Do you need to have main sounds loud, clear, and broadcast while you have other sounds muffled or quieter for effect? Think about the balance of sound that you need throughout your entire event and make sure that you're working with a sound engineer who understands the basics and can provide you with the performance that you need.
These are some of the many things that you need to understand about finding a sound engineer for your event. Talk with a few local sound engineers to see what services they can provide, then make your choice while considering these points.Share
28 April 2022
When I bought my new house, I wanted a surround sound system installed. I spent a long time diagramming the rooms so that I could determine the best way to position the speakers. The angles and positioning are key to getting the sound to resonate properly. When I couldn't be sure that I had the positions right, I went to a local audio/visual specialist. Then I created this site to help others learn how to decode the angles and directions for optimal audio from a surround sound system. I hope that this information helps you get the perfect sound from your new system.