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Sound Production for Corporate Events

Between finding a suitable event space, booking a caterer, and arranging your agenda and speakers, it’s easy for you to forget about staging, lighting, and audio for your corporate event. But at the end of the day, your audience needs to see and hear your presenters. That’s why sound production for corporate events is so important.

MystiQue Sound Solutions helps businesses with their staging, lighting, and audio needs. We have supported countless events, from intimate gatherings to large galas and everything in between. Here are a few considerations to make sure your event has a big impact on your audience.

1. Hire a sound production crew with spoken word experience.

Sound mixing for the spoken word is different from mixing for a big musical act or DJing a wedding. Partner with a sound company that has the experience and professional equipment to ensure everyone can comfortably and clearly hear your speakers. MystiQue Sound Solutions carries only the best brands in the business. Our talented sound engineers have years of experience managing sound production for corporate events.

2. Be picky about your mics.

We’ve all been in meetings where the mics were a total disaster. Mics can be too loud, too crackly, or not work at all. We’ve covered our ears after the squeal of sudden feedback due to improper mic and speaker placement. Working with MystiQue Sound can fix all that. We can help you choose the best mic for your event, from stationary podium microphones to handheld wireless mics and headsets. Since we always come prepared, we’ll also suggest a backup plan for sound amplification so your event never experiences mic-related downtime.

3. Use a stage.

Staging is an essential element of any successful corporate event. However, it is especially important for large events featuring one or more presenters. Staging allows everyone to see and engage with your event’s speakers. If you are livestreaming your event, staging helps your videographer maintain a clear view of the speakers and set up the most appropriate camera angles.

4. Add lighting.

The lighting in ballrooms and other large spaces can leave much to be desired. Dim bulbs, poor recessed lighting, and shadowy corners can keep your audience and your speakers in the dark. Mystique Sound can assess your event location and recommend solutions to keep your speakers in the limelight.

Is sound, staging, and lighting part of your corporate event planning? If not, it should be. MystiQue Sound Solutions can take care of everything you need to make sure your presenters are seen and heard at your next corporate event. Contact us today to learn more about your options.