REMEMBER: Presentations and events are all about creating an impression, and you only get one chance.
Great care must be taken when trimming the conference budget NOT to skimp on the critical items.  If you are comparing prices, remember, you must compare like with like.  In most cases cheaper solutions are less effective.
Please consult us early in the planning stage of your event. Our trained staff,  will save you time and money!
Consider Music Requirements Music is an important part of any presentation.  Well chosen background music builds atmosphere and energy as your audience assembles. It doesn't have to be too loud. Fading the music out also acts as a cue that the presentation is about to start - the audience will naturally turn their attention to the front of the room.  Music can be used to create a mood of anticipation, or to build a climax. Take care that any background music does not overpower the presenter’s words.  Remember an older audience cannot sort music from voice as well as can a younger audience. Consider Extra Lighting Turn the room lights down a little to add atmosphere and make your screen graphics stand out.  Adding some coloured lighting to wash the stage area and some spots or background lighting to feature product displays or logos will make an enormous difference to your presentation. Effective lighting is an art form, colour and intensity are important.  There are also technical considerations – power consumption and excessive heat being the most important.  AV Corporate will help you choose effective lighting within the limits of your budget.
SOUND & MICROPHONES MUSIC & LIGHTING DRAPES & PROPS THEMED EVENTS OPERATION
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Consider Music Requirements Music is an important part of any presentation.  Well chosen background music builds atmosphere and energy as your audience assembles. It doesn't have to be too loud. Fading the music out also acts as a cue that the presentation is about to start - the audience will naturally turn their attention to the front of the room.  Music can be used to create a mood of anticipation, or to build a climax. Take care that any background music does not overpower the presenter’s words.  Remember an older audience cannot sort music from voice as well as can a younger audience.
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Is the sound right? Can everyone hear?  Is the sound too loud?  Does sound reverberate from the walls and ceiling to ruin verbal clarity?  Will everyone be able to hear the questions asked?  Your sound should carry right to the back of the room.  It should be clear, without distortion, and should have enough volume to carry over background noise.  Your sound system must be designed to suit the audience and the room.  It is worth spending a little extra money on placing additional speakers and adding a sound control mixing desk.  A large event will require a full time operator to handle sound and lighting variations.  Badly designed sound systems will aggravate and tire your entire audience. If the main speaker is moving around you will need a radio microphone.  A Lapel Microphone is usually the best choice.  One or two hand held radio microphones are a great help for question and answer sessions.  There are some technical issues with radio microphones to avoid feedback.   Check these with your Operator. If you are playing music or a video soundtrack you will need a larger sound system than for speech alone.
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Consider Music Requirements Music is an important part of any presentation.  Well chosen background music builds atmosphere and energy as your audience assembles. It doesn't have to be too loud. Fading the music out also acts as a cue that the presentation is about to start - the audience will naturally turn their attention to the front of the room.  Music can be used to create a mood of anticipation, or to build a climax. Take care that any background music does not overpower the presenter’s words.  Remember an older audience cannot sort music from voice as well as can a younger audience.
Is the sound right? Can everyone hear?  Is the sound too loud?  Does sound reverberate from the walls and ceiling to ruin verbal clarity?  Will everyone be able to hear the questions asked?  Your sound should carry right to the back of the room.  It should be clear, without distortion, and should have enough volume to carry over background noise.  Your sound system must be designed to suit the audience and the room.  It is worth spending a little extra money on placing additional speakers and adding a sound control mixing desk.  A large event will require a full time operator to handle sound and lighting variations.  Badly designed sound systems will aggravate and tire your entire audience. If the main speaker is moving around you will need a radio microphone.  A Lapel Microphone is usually the best choice.  One or two hand held radio microphones are a great help for question and answer sessions.  There are some technical issues with radio microphones to avoid feedback.   Check these with your Operator. If you are playing music or a video soundtrack you will need a larger sound system than for speech alone.
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