Sound system would be the same for each option, with MacBook Pro, Denon desk and Bose L1 providing plenty sound for up to 150 guests in most venues.
Lighting stand (T-bar) with five LED and laser lighting effects
Two scanning LED spots or something similar
Star-cloth (black with white LEDs) stand for DJ equipment
As above, the same sound system but we’ll add in another Bose L1 providing plenty sound for up to 500 guests.
If allowed by your venue, a haze machine to enhance the lighting effect on the suite. Hardly noticeable to everyone but makes a difference. (It’s not a smoke machine as they are rarely allowed by venues.)
3m wide, 2m high trussing arch matching the backlit booth for the DJ equipment.
Fourteen LED and laser lighting effects mounted across the truss
Two scanning LED spots on uplit trussing podiums
Lighting is controlled from an iPad via bridging software and DMX bridge, allowing any colours, speeds, brightness, softness, etc along with how soft or frantic the lighting is to be.
Uplighters to colour the suite to match your theme
The uplighters have become quite a popular add-on for people to use light to change the appearance of a venue by adding a splash of colour to theme a room. Later in the evening, once the disco starts I can then control them to work alongside the other disco lights.
Laser displaying theme image and messages
Controlled by computer using the ILDA system, we have a laser which can display static or moving images and text. This is the modern way to display a theme message, way more modern and versatile than the gobo projectors of yesteryear.
Want to brand the booth for your event?
For as little as £50 you can have the screen on the front of the booth branded for your event.