Archive for November, 2008

Speakers Hire Bristol

Friday, November 28th, 2008

06/06/08

We provided a sound system comprising a pair of powered / active speakers for a house party in Bristol

Disco Lighting

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

05/06/08

We supplied our disco lighting package 3 for an event at the Trinity college in Bristol

Live Sound Reinforcement, Bristol Uni

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Igoe PA is the right company for providing sound reinforcement for any live music event in or near Bristol.

Our EAW front of house sound system powered by a rack of Lab Gruppen amps is literally world class industry standard technology. This coupled with our extensive experience as performers and our comprehensive knowledge of sound engineering make us the best possible choice for putting on live bands. 

04/06/08

The Langford vet school (part of the University of Bristol) contracted us to provide live sound reinforcement for their summer ball. The Venue was the Cadbury Country Club near Congresbury.

We supplied an 8k EAW system with Martin Audio monitoring. We also supplied all microphones, stands and cables. We used a Midas venice mixing desk with Klark Technik EQ, DBX compressors and Drawmer Gates, TC D2 delay and Yamaha SPX 990 effects.

It was a great night

Radio Mic Hire

Friday, November 21st, 2008

30/05/08

Igoe pa provides hire of a pair of Shure Beta PGX radio mic sets for another hire company in Bristol

Wedding Sound System and Lights

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

31/05/08

We provided our premier wedding package for a reception in Stroud. 

 

This was a meaty 4 kW sound system with lots of bottom end. 2 x 1200 watt full range dual 15″ cabinets on top of 18″ sub reflex boxes – all powered by Crown. It was a big wedding with over 200 guests so they wanted a pa system that would do the job properly.

We also included dj equipment in the form of Pioneer CDJ1000 mk3, Technics record decks and a Pioneer DJM 600 mixer. 

For lighting we put together a 3 meter truss and hung a pair of Abstract Twisters, a pair of Abstract VR-8 scans and a pair of Abstract VRX glasiators.

We also included a radio microphone for speeches, and facilities to plug in an iPod or laptop.

Disco Lights Hire

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

31/05/08

We supplied a pair of VRX gladiators for a house party in Bristol.

Speakers Hire Bristol

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

31/05/08

We supplied a pair of Pioneer CDJ100’s and a small pa system comprising 2 x 600 watt full range cabs with a Crown XTi4000 amp for a party.

Fashion Show : SAKS Hair & Beauty

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

31/05/08

We were approached by SAKS hair &  beauty based in the David Lloyd leisure centre in Long Ashton.

They wanted to put on a Fashion Show to showcase their hairdressing prowess. In addition they wanted a live band.

The ceiling was only about 7 ft high so we built the lowest catwalk in history.

We made sure to provide plenty of lighting to ensure the models hair sparkled and the clothes looked their best. 16 x 500 watt par cans on dimmers hooked up to a basic dmx lighting desk.

We bought in the Pete Trill band as they are a great audience pleaser and very easy to work with. We supplied a live sound rig with 2 x 18″ bins, 2 x 12″ tops and 3 x floor wedges all powered by Crown. We used an A&H desk with a rack of BSS eq and DBX outboard. It sounded great.

It was a great night but nobody paid any attention to the band which was a travesty as they display some of the best musicianship in the UK.

Speakers, Mixing Desk and Mics

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

27/05/08

We supplied a pair of powered speakers and a mixer with a few mics for a youth workshop at the Pickle Factory in Easton. This was a chance for local youths to try out there song writing / rapping skills – endorsed by Tricky no less.

Speakers & Lights @ Beesies Tea Rooms

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

24/05/08

We supplied a 2 k rig with disco lights for a wedding party at Beesies tea rooms on the river in Brislington. This is one of Bristol’s best kept secrets – by road you descend from the grim chavs’ville of Bris. into what could easily be the French Rivierera – quite  spectacular. It’s hard to get the gear up and down but what a venue!