What Corporate Event Entertainers Need–Sound Equipment

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What Event Entertainers Need--Sound Equipment

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the two most important things for a corporate event entertainer to have a successful performance is that they are both easily SEEN and HEARD by the audience.  If either one of these things are missing in a performance, much is lost and the event can even become a disaster.

Proper set up of good, quality sound equipment is crucial; especially for larger events with more than 100 people in attendance.  The location and layout of the sound equipment (or PA system) is just as important as the quality of the equipment itself.

In this week’s video, I show a less-than-ideal set-up at a live event, and how that being flexible helped make it work in spite of everything and that the event was still a smashing success.

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Curtis Waltermire is a professional entertainer, who combines hilarious cartoon-like humor and antics with mind-blowing demonstrations of exceptional mental ability. Unlike many of his peers in the mystery arts, he makes no attempt to convince anyone that what he does is REAL. His one-man, comedy mind reading show has been performed for hundreds of corporate and private audiences throughout the United States since the late 1980s. He wears many hats and often refers to himself as a "Mentalist/Grandpa/Cool Dad & Above-Average Husband." He can be found on the web at CurtisTheMentalist.com.

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