Standard Conference Production Package
Each event will include up to:
Dedicated friendly, hard working and not grumpy Professional Audio Engineer
Member of the IPS. £10m PLI
Up to 4 Yamaha DXR12 Speakers
Presonus Studiolive Series III Digital Desk
3 x Handheld Sennheiser G4 Radio Mics
(Including signal booster and paddle for reliability)
Cabling / stands / etc
Base Production Fee
£450 per day
Based on a 10 hour day
+ Travel Expenses
( All bookings subject to travel expenses at 35p per mile and Accommodation may be required for journeys of 2 hours+ from our base in Southampton.)
Sennheiser G4 Lapel Radio System £75 per unit per day
Includes signal booster
Presonus Audio Interface £25 per unit per day
Additional Audio Engineer £250 per unit per day
Additional personnel costs will apply for events of + 10 hours attendance, night before rigging or morning after de-rigging at a rate of £125 per person. (0.5 Day Rate)
Member of the Institute of Professional Sound
Covered by £10m PLI
…taking a different approach
Prestige Sound takes a different approach to PA Providers and Sound Engineers in the UK.
While our core business is 'Rock 'N' Roll" shows in theatre across the UK, we're making our services available to companies across the country who want a more affordable solution for sound delivery at their small conferences and networking events, without compromising on quality.
Prestige provides premium quality equipment and professional and friendly audio engineers to run the audio for your event so all you need to worry about is not forgetting your speech!
See below to see our package options and click here to read our blog on why we're able to not charge your typical conferencing rates.
Here are additional options for Live Music
Yamaha DXS15 Subs £100 per day
(Subs will be required for bands requiring the mic'ing of a drum kit. They won't be essential for soloists or duos. They aren't essential for DJ's, but they enhance the low end significantly.)
Please note that it's likely that the engineer being required to set up and engineer a band into the evening will likely exceed their 10 hour working time, at which point a .5 day rate must be added.