July 27, 2016 advantagewebadmin

Background Music at Corporate Events

A common fallacy about live background music is that it must be instrumental. It’s understandable why many would think that – a vocal musician would warrant attention. At a private event, however, people want to socialize and network amongst one another. People can do so freely when live music in the background contains no lyrics to distract them. However, for many discerning clients, adding a vocalist to the music can actually be a fantastic addition to any private event.
Not all musical instruments are made the same. Some are louder than others, and no one wants to be startled during a corporate event. Clients tend to favor bass, keys, and a trumpet/sax over drums in background jazz ensembles. A jazz trio configuration (bass, piano, drums and bass, for instance) is uncommon. Nowadays, clients are interested in more unique approaches to music. Acute Inflections is the perfect answer to that. With a blend of a velvety voice and upright acoustic bass, we can set the tone of any event in any style.
We normally sing the praises of a complete live band, but they are not a practical choice at some events. Budget restrictions, or a lack of room, could minimize a trio or quartet’s platform, inhibiting their performance. This is a more affordable approach to live music than hiring a complete ensemble, and still maintains the live component absent from recorded music. Acute Inflections is the perfect answer to that dilemma. With a unique variety of jazz, top 40 covers, and R&B, we have an answer to the often puzzling question on how to impress and entertain guests with background music.
Small background ensembles generally play either with light amplification or acoustically. Both methods are ideal for patrons of up to 150 people (give or take), but if those people are in separated rooms (or in a single narrow room), extra amplification might be necessary. Because we understand New York’s greatest event venues so well, we should be able to pre-empt those kinds of issues. We have 3 different types of amplification. Doing our own sound allows us to accurately set the tone of our music. Many venues find this incredibly useful since we provide our instruments, sound, and talent in a all-in-one package.