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Sound & Light companies........

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by quantumdj, Jan 12, 2002.

  1. quantumdj

    quantumdj TRIBE Member

    Any suggestions? I'm looking for a good sound and light company for a massive (WEMF-sized) outdoor event to be thrown in april. More info to be posted later.

    A phone # and website adress would be appreciated.

    (p.s. wait till you see who the headliners are!)
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    if it's the size of wemf I recomend Apex and westbury.

    they do wemf, all the huge parties, they did summers end last year, they do idance to I believe.

    not sure of the number, but they're in the yellowpages.
  3. Vidman

    Vidman TRIBE Member

  4. pr0nstar

    pr0nstar TRIBE Member

  5. Guest

    Guest Guest


    um.... I don't think those guys could handle something the size of wemf.

    apex or westbury or the way to go. Ask around, I'm sure most of the promoters that have done 4000+ person parties will say the same.


    what you can expect from them... for a fee of course:
    [img}http://www.apexsound.com/images/main11.jpg[/img] [​IMG]
  6. djcheezwhiz

    djcheezwhiz TRIBE Member

    westbury are excellent...the technicians are all top notch & they've been involved with the party scene since basically day one...not sure of costs anymore as it's been about 5 years since i've had to use them...

  7. Redout

    Redout TRIBE Member

    why do u keep sayin that?

  8. Mike Richards

    Mike Richards TRIBE Member

  9. beaker

    beaker TRIBE Member

    no way. i know ACS does sound for a lot of the local parties. unfortunately, i've played twice on crappy-ass 4-channel numark mixers of theirs that were broken. i almost went deaf in one ear because the monitoring on one of them was wonky. and the mixer they supplied to the twelveinch.com studio has a broken kaoss pad. i'm very unimpressed that a "pro" sound company would supply such shoddy low-grade equipment.

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