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HIGH-QUALITY AUDIO FOR LIVE EVENTS
Sound engineers work hard to make sure your event is a success
What are the benefits of having a sound engineer?
The responsibility of a sound engineer is to have full control over the sound of a live performance or concert. We manage the audio levels, frequencies, inputs and outputs of professional sound equipment ranging from microphones and amplifiers, to sound systems. Without an engineer you have no control of how well or badly your event can go. Your engineer will make sure that nothing goes wrong. They are trained for worst case scenarios, what’s more they are experienced to all the ways of the music industry.
All our sound engineers have attended sound engineering courses. They are fully qualified and insured. They will also have a good grasp of music production. We take pride in supplying sound technicians to rig and operate our different audio systems. We have a variety of stock which is portable and very compact but with an impressive sound that can cater for a wide range of venues. Its high performance allows our company to provide concert PA systems in London, encompassing affordability, solution-oriented services, high-quality sound equipment, and complete professionalism.
When it comes to sound, everybody wants a perfect experience, from the quality to the selection of the appropriate and latest audio equipment.
As sound engineers, we can help run and operate the sound for your show, helping with the show logistics and evaluating what equipment should be required.
It’s always useful to have a list of equipment to be provided locally before any engineering job so that we can add equipment from our stock as necessary.
We have the experience of installing sound systems into theatres and concert venues across the UK, US, and Europe, and if you need to rent a PA system in London we are on your doorstep. Chaps PA has had the opportunity to engineer for various acts. We have also worked for various churches in London, supplying them with d&b audio speaker systems and a team to run their service.
Our work involves preparing the equipment in advance, transporting and installing the equipment in the venue along with making sure everything is working correctly.
Digital desks – These days digital desks have become a standard piece of kit and as compact and useful as they are, they are only as good as the operator controlling them. Therefore engineers must be thoroughly au fait with the digital desks they use. For your peace of mind, we make sure that all our engineers are up to speed with any digital desk they use.
Album Launch, Showcase, Live Performance, Festival, Church, Stage Show, Seminar, Live Music
As we stated above, setting up audio/visual equipment involves various factors that will affect the overall quality, and even success, of your event. When hiring a sound equipment company, you’ll want to make sure they have proven experience and knowledge when it comes to the equipment itself and how to set it up properly. What type of equipment is needed for your event, how much, the placement, sound levels, etc. will depend on the specifics of the venue,
So you’re almost done planning your event. Your venue has been secured, you think everything is ready to go, but then the question comes up, do I need an audio engineer?
If you have been reading this page already you will already have the answer to that very question.
Some events need a skilled audio professional, while some can get by without one. There are many reasons not to ignore the quality of your event’s audio. For instance, event attendees are much more likely to notice poor audio before they notice other production deficiencies
Do you really want to take the chance of something going wrong?
The engineer is the liaison between you and the MC, DJ, musicians and/or speakers. Many times your engineer will be able to decide exactly what your event might need and have the ability to communicate your needs to your performers. Skilled live audio engineers understand the way the human ear reacts to audio waves. You won’t even notice subtle mix changes when professionals are working.