We have added a new album to our Production Section - CareySound In Action Part 3. You can find it in the menu to the right.
CareySound continues to provide audio educational opportunities to the community.
It seems that Greensboro's new privately owned (publicly maintained - read our tax dollars) center city park needs a little more work. Let's see now - compare the first photo taken on Sunday with the MUSEP held there in June of 2004...
it's the incredible shrinking park. Somehow I don't think all of those "improvements" will allow for a MUSEP sized audience. It's amazing how they have turned a wonderful, wildly successful, and not to mention low maintenance community gathering spot on the grass in the middle of the city and turned it into a concrete, stone, shrubs, oh yes, let's not forget the major
I'd put Ms. Veronica Peagler's Technical Theater Students from Ligon Middle School in Raleigh up against any tech crew in the state. Yep - All middle school students. It was truly exciting working with this crew. When asked where they got their tech chops from they all answered in unison Ms. V. I hope they invite us back for some more tech talk.
The mission of the
Thelonious Monk Institute of
Jazz is to offer public school-based jazz
education programs for young people around the
world, helping students develop imaginative
thinking, creativity, curiosity, a positive self
image, and a respect for their own and others'
The Institute's, highly regarded Jazz in America programs are tailored for middle schooland high school students to help develop an understanding and appreciation of jazz music. The series has traveled to over 20 states over the last two years and strives to share the positive aspects of jazz with young people who would otherwise not have the opportunity to learn about this great national treasure.
CareySound was honored to be asked to provide production for the series as it traveled through North Carolina this last week. It was six stops in five days. A scaled down Cobra system with a Dynacord CMS mixer, EV Sx300 monitors and KT equalization provided quick setup and flawless performance in a variety of venues.
SoundMan made himself at home in style this year in his official SoundMan traveling abode.
The weather provided some added excitement this year when a thunder storm accompanied high tide and flooded a large portion of the event site on Sunday morning. The water was so high at the docks that they almost had to cancel the Blessing Of The Fleet ceremony. Even SoundMan's Cruiser was not spared from the flood. Next year he said he was bringing a boat.
The only regret he had was that he slept trough it and didn't get any pictures of his home surrounded by water.
One click on this new image in the sidebar to the right takes you to our newest site feature. This is the place to look for deals on
CareySound is a full service system based sales company and we offer complete turnkey solutions -think expert personal shopper (see our • Sales Section in the sidebar to the right for more details). This new sale page gives us an avenue to introduce individual items for sale.