Disposing Of Our Old Electronics
Ther will be some major upgrades in one of our performance halls in 2018. We are excited to announce that the outdated PA System and old electronics that our comedians were performing on will be liquidated and taken away. We are looking to hire an electronics recycler that will come in and break down the outdated PA System that includes an old mixing board, microphones, computer, amplifier, speakers, cabling, lighting, fog machine, and everything else we used for our evening productions. Ushering in the new year we will hire a local A/V company to come in and install the new electronic audio/visual equipment that we purchased from Sweetwater in September. 2018 will feature a slew of new hosts and comedians that will leave our audiences hunched over in laughter. One thing we are excited about is improving the quality of sound and the quality of recordings the new equipment will bring. Too often there is line noise that interferes with the recordings, requiring us to use a digital audio editor to clean it out before we push the recordings to the internet for sale. Our artists work very hard on their acts and the audience pays a premium to watch their routines, the least we can do is give them a venue that has quality electrical equipment that functions professionally and makes the experience one to remember. I am personally pleased with this decision by management to liquidate the old electronics and think it will increase the ticket sales in 2018. If you live in or around Brooklyn New York and want to enjoy an evening out for a drink and some entertainment then swing by and check out a show. Bring a friend, bring a date, but leave the laughing gas at home because we will provide you with 120 minutes of non-stop laughter and quality entertainment only like New York can! So spread the word that the outdated performance hall has been liquidated of its old audio/visual equipment and there is a whole new experience for everyone to enjoy. Also, please share this post with friends and family to help support local business, We appreciate your patronage in 2017 and look forward to making 2018 an even better year in comedy.
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