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I’m sorry, I can’t hear what you’re trying to say

March 13, 2011

Whether you’re a CEO getting ready to give a motivational speech, a doctor about to reveal your research results, or a best man nervous about the heartfelt words you’re about to say as you give your best friend away, there is one thing in common – the need to be heard clear and loud. We at Kaleidoscope LTD know that part of what makes us such a unique event planning company is our attention to details, and acoustics are one of our top concerns.

Be sure to check out the acoustics of your event venue prior to closing with them in order to ensure that speeches of any sort will not be drowned out or echoed throughout the rooms.  Things to keep an eye out are extra high ceilings, differentiated seating levels, and rooms that are not traditionally shaped.

If you have your heart set on a particular venue and the acoustics aren’t exactly up to par, don’t get disappointed just yet. Consult with a band tester, disk jockey (DJ), or even with the venue itself what your options are. These people are best equipped and experiences in these matters and will be able to work with you to ensure that your motivational speech, research results, or heartwarming words will be heard throughout.

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