As an event planner, you’re known for your superhuman feats of organizational strength.
You help create your event’s schedule, secure a venue, accommodate the needs of your presenters and register hundreds of attendees, all the while with a deadline and budget looming over your head.
The one thing you may need help with, however, is A/V production.
Don’t worry, you’re… Read the rest
From cancellations and missed flights to equipment malfunctions and registration issues, there are many potential problems that can derail an otherwise well-planned event.
An event planning checklist is the event planner’s best defense against an event gone awry.
Here is our event planning checklist with 11 tips and reminders to help keep you event planners on track!
1. Plan Your… Read the rest
Choosing a sound system for your event or venue can be a difficult task if you don’t speak the lingo.
Descriptions and specifications of audio products can sometimes be difficult for novice buyers to understand, even with the Web at their disposal.
Fortunately, AudioLinks has compiled a glossary of audio terminology featuring handy definitions of essential audio terms to help… Read the rest
A mixer is an essential device for recording and performing artists, as well as audio engineers.
You can use a mixer almost anywhere to help meet your audio needs, including at a recording studio, business conference, church event or school play.
If you’re looking for a powerful, reliable and portable mixer, I highly recommend the Yamaha MG166CX 16-Channel Mixer with… Read the rest
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