“No matter how great the performance is, it’s going to be a bad experience for the audience that can’t understand it.“
– Shure Audio Blog
Your venue space may look great… But how does it SOUND? Have you stopped to consider how customers and musicians think of the sound quality of your facility? Poor acoustical conditions can be more harmful than simply sounding “bad” – if the musicians aren’t happy with the venue’s sound perhaps they won’t return, they might even advise other bands that your space is less than favorable and they should look elsewhere to book a show. The same could be said for an audience member who wasn’t impressed with the facility’s sound – they might not come back, or maybe they tell their friends how bad a particular band sounded in your space?
Auralex Interviews: Mark Ortwein of Grove Haus
Do you have a unique live music space? Hear Mark Ortwein, co-owner of the venue Grove Haus, speak about the challenges he had in his old, re-purposed church. Mark needed to find an acoustic balance for live rock, jazz, classical, swing dancing, church services, and piano lessons.
“We’ve had some theater production in here recently and it’s been so much better, you can hear everything much more clearly…
“We’ve also had some recordings in here; it’s still live, but it’s made everything manageable. The sound is controlled now.”
– Mark Ortwein, Grove Haus
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