Live Audio Engineer
Welcome to Western North Carolina’s Sound Service.
Many people and businesses around the world are still affected by Covid-19. As for live music or any event, North Carolina Phase 2 limits mass gatherings to no more than 10 people indoors. Outdoor concerts and events only allow up to 25 people, however it is still possible. Cloth face covering must be worn in public spaces; and is no longer optional. North Carolina Phase 2 is extended until July 27, 2020.
In accordance with CDC guidelines, vocal microphones, wires, and associated equipment will be sanitized between shows. For the greater good, face coverings and hand sanitizer, and possibly gloves may be required. A link to the North Carolina Covid-19 Information Hub is here: https://www.nc.gov/covid19 and phase 2 initiation guidelines is here: https://governor.nc.gov/news/key-indicators-remain-stable-north-carolina-moves-safer-home-phase-2
We still cover private on site multi-track recording, as well as editing, mixing, and mastering. See my original-recordings page for live music samples recorded on site.
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We deliver, set up, and operate small to medium sound reinforcement systems for area concerts, events, and Public Address. Alan Phillips is an experienced Audio Engineer with extensive backgrounds in live sound, and recording, electronics, and computer technical support. Specialized in many genres, including acoustic music, Bluegrass, concerts, dances, graduations, music festivals, musical productions and sound design. We also provide sound for conferences, commencements, parties, amplified wedding vows, and wedding receptions. Of course a Sound Service technician will be there for the duration of the event.
Audio production with a compact sound system
When a line array system would be overkill… We provide self-powered floor standing speakers for indoor and outdoor events. Digital amplification and LED lighting minimize the equipment space and power needs compared to that of analog systems. Is someone tripping over wires a concern? Wireless audio mixing has evolved so every aspect of live audio is now controllable from an iPad or other device. Therefore balanced sound is attainable from anywhere in the venue, and with no cables running into the audience.
When requested, a multi-track live recording of the event could be mixed to stereo and prepared for download. Post production rates may apply.
Serving Western North Carolina and surrounding areas with over 30 years experience
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