HOW TO MAKE YOUR LIVE SHOW MORE ATTRACTIVE

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Today, we are quite familiar with the emergence of live shows which shows the challenges and talents of a band. To become an attractive live show, manufacturers have to work under high pressure and good attitude for making a musical event. There are always a carefully preparation on the equipment including the high quality micro, the record player and some musical instruments. Whatever you choose, micros, equipment or record player reviews might be your great suggestion.

  1. Well Organized Equipment

The careful organization plays an important role in the success of a live performance. The most necessary thing need to be done is the equipment preparation. Generally, a ban that plays live has to make sure that they do not have any trouble. In other word, all things need to be perfect. Besides, the best way to save time and have a professional working style is spending a little bit time after the shows putting all things back on their position in a neat storage including fashions in their own order and do not disarrange that things until the next performance which is expected to occur in just several days.

Music Shop

Once again, you needn’t to setup the things at your private house because of its simplicity, but for the various things of your performance, you have to separate them in a gig bag for a special storage. Be sure that these things are in the right place and easy to look for whenever you need. It will be waste of time on looking for some things. These works indicate your profession in working style. Particularly, it has to take care of the high technology devices like the musical instruments, micros, color lights, etc. The sounds made by these devices might lead to how beautiful music is produced. That is the reason why you need to keep in mind the importance of that.

  1. Enough Time To Set up

Another thing you should care is spend enough time setting up so that you will not stuck in abundant work need doing. In my opinion, I personally break things into small pieces because of its simplicity. Make sure that you never get the rushed felling before any gigs.

In addition, it is important to say that not only the equipment needs to be prepared but also your own emotion is had a confidence. The solidarity plays a vital role in any path we go to resolve many problem we might encounter on your ways to the top of career. That is due to the fact that you have to encourage and support your band mates who are getting drawbacks. Moreover, do not prepare to the next live show too early because you have to take a long time to wait until the performance date. Setting up, as all things in exceed, have its both advantages and disadvantages. Doing these things in the wrong time might lead to the unexpected result. To have a great show, you should find out how you could stay far away distractors at the concerts. The better you focus on your plays, the more successful you become. At the result, it will bring you the taste of happiness in your own top career.

  1. Have Enough Time to Warm up

To have a successful live show, you need a little time to warm up. It depends on how long your concert set will be taking pace. It is a-hour-performance or just a-ten-minute live show. In an audience’s role, I am also attracted by the warming up time. It brings me the best interest that is ready for the real upstart of the concert. This working is the change to check the preparing accomplishment whether good enough as well.

Nowadays, there is a variety of solutions for the beginning time of a performance to help people enjoy and then more concentrate on the real musical show such as clown performance, quick quiz, interview the audience… There no doubt to say that the idea for warming up time is more and more creative in all the world because of the genius brains of human beings.

CONCLUSION

These suggestions you need to keep in mind to have a gorgeous live concert:

  • Store all things logical and in order
  • Use the good equipment including the high quality micro, the best record player, good -working musical instruments
  • Spend enough time for preparation
  • Have a few minutes to warm up your performance
  • Be confident and support your band mates

Concert

As far as I am concerned, these things are essential for a great live show. Today, thank to the development of high technology, the quality of live concert is higher day by day. In fact, even thought there are many ways you might know to manage your plays. However, I hope that my tips would be valuable with you though how little these suggestions are.

For The Home That Has Everything

In just 30 minutes, your boss is visiting you at home to discuss some business that cannot wait until morning. Looking over your living room, you panic: The table is covered with sticky juice rings from junior’s bottle, an abandoned minefield of toys lies waiting for a victim, and the carpet is filthy.

“Vacuum the floor and clean the table while I pick up the toys,” you tell your helper. But you aren’t talking to the maid or the butler. Your short, simple commands are interpreted by a three-foot-high mass of sheet metal and circuitry–your personal robot. A moment later, it is busy whirring across the carpet, sucking up dirt with its built-in vacuum cleaner and avoiding the toys as it moves along.

Although this scenario may sound farfetched, Unimation, the biggest and oldest robot manufacturer (now a subsidiary of Westinghouse), is working on it. “The home robot that cleans your house is entirely feasible from a technical point of view,” says Ira Pence, Unimation vice president of engineering. “We can create a home robot now. Only the high costs are holding us back.”

home robot

Unimation expects to get those costs down and produce an affodable mobile home robot. According to Pence, the company plans to produce a prototype in two years and begin deliveries by 1988. It expects the market to be led by people who like to be first with anything new. “There weren’t enough programs to make television worthwhile at first, but people bought them because they were a status symbol,” Pence notes. “Once the status seekers purchse home robots, others are likely to follow. Then we will be in business.”

Unimation envisions a voice-activated home robot that would carry its own on-board computer, controlled by simple verb-object spoken commands. Because the robot will move on its own, it will carry sight sensors so that it can avoid bumping into objects in a room. It will be self-propelled, with a battery-powered electric engine in its base (the batteries will recharge overnight). Programming will be kept at a minimum; instead, the robot will be set up with the help of a Unimation technician, who will key in the floor plan of a user’s house.

If the user moves some furnitue around, the robot will be able to reprogram itself. “In a sense, the robot will be like a blind person,” Pence explains. “It might bump into a chair that has been moved and then take 15 minutes or so to measure all the parameters and recalculate the chair’s relation to the other furniture. It ight take several hours reestablishing a drastically changed floor plan, but the chore could be done when nobody is at home.”

Unimation figures it could build a home robot now for about $250,000, much more than any but the richest of households could afford. It plans to get the price down to $12,000 through the further miniaturization of electronic components.

The butlers did it

What kind of amenities does it take for a new luxury hotel in downtown Los Angeles to woo the kind of affluent clientele that would sooner frequent one of the many elite properties located in the sanctuary of outer suburbia?

Room Service

Maybe it’s a list of posh delights fit for a king: four motion picture theaters, health club, tennis and racquetball facilities, personalized wake-up service, multi-lingual concierge, 24-hour room-service, triple-sheeted beds and a bathroom one could live in with imported marble, telephone, AM/FM stereo sound, imported soaps and lotions beautifully packaged with the hotel’s bird of paradise logo, bath sheets the size of beach towels loofa sponge, shampoo and conditioner, shaving cream and razor, large shoe horn and sewing kit.

All very impressive. But, the crowning glory for the year-old 470-room Sheraton Grande hotel is that each floor boasts a personal butler ready to meet every guest’s personal needs from shoe shines to party planning.

From the moment a guest steps into the hotel’s main lobby, he or she is met by a bellman who introduces he guest to the head butler for the shift. On the way to their rooms, guests are informed of the unique service in greater detail. After the guest has settled into his room, the floor butler will stop by to introduce himself and present a plush robe and ice, capping off the elaborate amenities presentation. He will turn down the guest’s bed at night and offer coffee, tea and newspaper in the morning. In addition, each of the ten floors is equipped with a fully-stocked butler’s pantry to take care of all those special needs such as pants pressing, shoe shines and refrigeration of a guest’s food items or special medications.

And…..to make the service totally accessible to the guest, each butler is equipped with a portable Cobra phone. The guest need only enter two digits on his room phone to instantly contact his butler. No need to go through an operator to relay a message back to the butler.

“The major feature of this hotel is its service style,” relates Robert Foster, general manager of The Sheraton Grande. “Butlers are a first for Los Angeles and for Sheraton hotels worldwide,” he claims. “Every guest here is treated the same at an extremely high level of service.” Room rates range from $135 for a standard accommodation to $550 for the deluxe California suite.

To provide the butler service requires an annual investment in salary, uniforms and supplies of half-a-million dollars. With occupancy rates in the mid to upper 70’s, Foster looks for the butlers to provide the hotel its major ammunition against its competition. His philosophy: “The best customer we have for the future is the one we have today.”