WHAT WE DO
Do you have a volunteer who needs training on some equipment or a staff member who just wants to polish their skills or understanding? We can provide training to make your team work as one with unified strategies.
Need to upgrade your audio, video, or lighting gear? Or just want to take what you have and make it work better? We come in and assess what you have and what your goals are and create a specific plan, just for your situation.
We act like a middle man between you and any external contractors that may be needed to make sure the entire project comes together.
We listen when our clients explain how they got here and where they want to go.
We actively explore all options and possibilities to come up with the right solution
We always look for ways to maximize your budget while simultaneously focusing on quality and longevity
Technology and production elements, when used properly, will draw the audience into an experience without distraction. However, not every situation calls for expensive equipment and/or flashy lights. Sometimes a simple installation is the best solution. Regardless of facility or budget, we believe that everything should be done to the best of our abilities. We believe in the importance of training and creating consistency across the board. We believe that the details matter. By focusing on the details, most distractions can be removed and a polished look can be achieved.
What We've Been doing
This week I was assigned to work for Turner Broadcasting as part of the coverage for the 2018 Final Four in San Antonio, TX. My truck was in charge of producing the “Teamcast A” broadcast. We were part of a 12 truck compound that was all interlinked with video, audio, and networking to create Read more about 2018 Final Four[…]
Baseball season is starting to heat up and I got to spend a few days in Seattle hosting the Houston Astros. I found this commemorative frame showing a foul ball that came right through the open windows of the press box, denting the wall. What a shot!
I didn’t know, until today, that Neumann was in the speaker business! I have always loved their classic microphones so when my boss plopped a Neumann case down on the desk next to me and said, “Have you heard these yet?”, I was thrilled to test them out for him. Since most mobile trucks use Read more about Neumann KH-120A Nearfield Monitors[…]
Once again we invited the Peasall Family to come lead worship at Brookwood Church, which is becoming a yearly tradition. The ensemble is made up of sisters Sarah, Hannah, and Leah, along with brother, Joseph, and father Michael. In the past I have just put SM58s on all the vocals but decided to play around Read more about The Peasall Sisters at Brookwood[…]
Adventure Week at Brookwood Church is something to behold. Over 800 kids attend every year with several hundred volunteers. Most of the time, we take the convention’s curriculum and just amp it up but this year our children’s department decided to write our own. Enter Colossal City. They decided on a superhero theme and adapted Read more about Adventure Week 2012[…]
I can say, though, that the highlight of my weekend was working the the guys, and gal, of Bellarive. This is a fresh new band from Florida made up of six friends. They are all great people and an absolute blast to work with, even after midnight when setup and soundcheck took place. They just Read more about Chillipepper 2012 – Sunday[…]
DownHere was our guest for Saturday night. I hadn’t seen them play in a very long time but they are still a great band! The most interesting this is that both Marc and Jason are Co-Lead Singers. The other fun part about Saturday was that we got to play with the lasers at the Theatre. Read more about Chillipepper 2012 – Saturday[…]
Leeland was our guest for Friday night. They are a great band! And so easy to work with. Here are a few pictures of the evening.
Thursdays are always a nice relaxed day of setups for us where we get to take our time and get everything connected and checked out without the rush of a band waiting on us to load in. Ray and Will (Wright) began by laying out monitor world and unpacking all the gear while Kat setup Read more about Chillipepper 2012 – Thursday[…]
Wednesday is an exciting time for us because it signals the official beginning to Chillipepper. The first group of Concoxions Crew and Volunteers arrive and, after a great dinner together, play in the now annual “Chillipepper Open.” Tonights game was played in slightly sub freezing temperatures by 10 hopefuls all vying for that ever illusive Read more about Chillipepper 2012 – Wednesday[…]