School events introduction
Planning something big for your school? Let’s make it a party regardless of the occasion. If you are planning for your school's junior / senior prom, homecoming dance, winter formal, graduation party, pep rally, assembly or school play. Art Of Sound will be there to help you with what ever sound needs you may encounter. We have unique options that can be bundled together to save you time and money.
Looking for a Middle School or High School DJ?
Art Of Sound can create the atmosphere for a high-energy dance that will set the entertainment benchmark for all of your school’s future dances. We can offer your school’s committee something unique, that will make this dance the one to top.
There will be no surprises with the music at your school's event, because you have complete control. All the music we play and provide for our school events are lyrically correct / amended radio edit versions of songs that may other wise previously had profanity.
These will be the memories you look back on, years from now. Why should your planning committee trust anything less for your once in a lifetime event. When it's time for your school's biggest event of the year, don’t forget to invite us.
What sound system will be your DJ provide when it's time for your school's big dance?
Most disc-jockey companies utilize a sound system designed to be used at small to medium sized events. These sound systems usually include two medium sized speakers and a mid-sized amplifier. While this type of sound system is suitable for weddings and other private parties, they are not suitable when used in gymnasiums or other large rooms with 200 - 600 students.
There are two factors that make a larger sound system necessary at most school dances: The size of a room used for a school dance is three or four times larger than the average banquet hall. In addition, the height of the ceiling absorbs sound quickly. The average number of students attending a school dance is 250 people. The sheer quantity of people absorb sound. This is the most important factor!!
When a regular DJ sound system is used at a school dance inside a gymnasium or other large room, the disc-jockey quickly realizes that he or she cannot get enough sound out of the system to fill the room. This usually results the DJ pushing the small sound system to its maximum limits.
When this happens, you usually get an "ear-piercing" amount of treble coming out of the speakers in an effort to play "louder". When a large state-of-the-art sound system is used for a school dance, you get a totally different sound. Instead of an ear-piercing loud noise, you get a deep, rich, crystal-clear sound that is pleasing to the ear. It is hard to believe but we actually get fewer loud volume complaints with our large sound system than a smaller one.
Choose the sound system and service that you feel will best serve your needs and fit your price budget. Please give us a call or send us an e-mail if you have any questions.
Homecoming is the tradition of welcoming back former residents and alumni of an institution. It most commonly refers to a tradition in many universities, colleges and high schools in North America.
It usually includes activities for students and alumni, such as sports and culture events and a parade through the streets of the city or town.
Prom, short for promenade, is a formal (black tie) dance, or gathering of high school students. It is typically held near the end of junior and / or senior year. It figures greatly in popular culture and is a major event among high school students.
High school juniors attending the prom may call it Junior Prom while high school seniors may call it Senior Prom. In practice this may be a combined junior / senior dance.
Winter Formal, also called Winterfest or Queen of Hearts Dance, is a dance held by high schools in the United States.
It takes place between Homecoming and Prom, usually between January and March. It has many of the same characteristics as a prom with a DJ to play music, and catering service.
It is thought in some cases as a "pre-prom" dance, and is often not held at the school if the school can afford to hold it elsewhere. It might be held at a catering hall or ballroom facility.
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