WEDDING CEREMONY AMPLIFICATION
The Berkshires Premier Wedding Ceremony Sound Provider
Helping to Make Memories!
Amplifying your Ceremony
With many years experience mixing live theater, we orchestrate every wedding ceremony with the meticulous planning and coordination of a theater production.
We use professional-grade digital mixing consoles, and theater quality speakers and microphones that result in a very natural sounding ceremony that will allow all of your guests from the front rows to the back to hear every word of your special vows. We operate our mixing consoles with wireless remotes, keeping unsightly wires, equipment and staff out of view of your guests- letting you and the natural beauty of your chosen venue shine.
Amplifying Music for your Processional & Recessional
Whether you are planning on live or pre-recorded music, we can amplify both through the same audio system we use for your ceremony… this cuts down on equipment clutter and cost for you!
We also manage all communications in advance between your officiant, venue manager, and musicians, leaving you more time to devote to your special day.
If you would like musicians to perform for your ceremony, we have relationships with many local performers and are happy to make suggestions.
We look forward to helping make your wedding ceremony one that you and your guests will remember and talk about for years to come!
Read our reviews on the nations top 3 Wedding Resource websites:
"A few things about Darren from Encore Audio. He is ultra-professional and organized as well as an absolute pleasure to work with on a human level. On a technical level what he is able to achieve sonically with human speech is stunning. We have many occasions when we need voice amplification for lectures, panel discussions, and weddings where the acoustical realities of the event spaces are particularly challenging. Through a combination of accumulated field experience and high quality components Darren is able to produce incredibly natural, non-directional amplification in a remarkably unobtrusive manner. The result is essentially that our guests have a very low awareness of the source sound being enhanced artificially. In every instance we want them to be focused on content and not whether or how clearly they can hear that content".
Ross Jolly, Director of Facilities and Special Events
The Mount, Lenox, MA