Note: The main idea is that Brad must be easy to see and hear. Excellent sound and lighting will help you to the get the most “Bang for your Buck.” It’s simple: the better the lights and sound, the better the program. These details can make the difference between a standing ovation or a mediocre audience response. We are here to help—call us if you have any questions, or if there is anything we can do to help make this event a success.
*Location of Technology
Please arrange for Brad to plug in his computer and iPod next to the stage. The very best location is on a sturdy computer table directly in front of the stage. It will be by Brad’s feet…he can see it and operate it when needed. Running the computer and the iPod from the sound desk in the back of the room doesn’t work for Brad as he often makes changes right up to and even during the program. For larger stages and audiences, the table should be on the stage and off to one side.
*Computer Projector PowerPoint/LCD projector for Brad’s laptop. Brad uses a Mac, and will bring the correct adaptors. He will also need sound from the computer.
Three sound sources for Brad, in addition to what is needed for his introduction.