"Live" Event Package Pricing:
The venue/location/event will determine what sound/PA/lighting equipment will be necessary to meet your requirements. We will need to know the venue location or the outdoor location, and the projected number of guests will be needed to accurately determine what equipment will be necessary for the event.
Note: All package pricing is based on a (4) hour time duration. You are NOT charged for setup or breakdown time.
If, there is a need for a time extension, please let us know. If, a time extension becomes necessary from the venue, no problem, we can do that! Time extensions are billed at $35.00 - $165.00 per hour, depending on size of venue package.
Any recording or internet broadcasting would be an additional fee. Please inquire, if you are interested in those services for your event.
Small Venue Band Package: This would be for small events/Club (25-375 guests). $185.00 - $375.00 (add $50.00 outside of 30 mile radius. for gas) This includes fog and lights. We do not ask for any share of "tips/merchandise sales". This is a flat rate fee for our services. Our "Live" audio recording package is discounted 25%.
Medium Venue Band Package: This would be for medium size events (400- 975 guests). $550.00 - $1,250.00 (add $75.00 for gas outside of a 30 mile radius), including fog and lights. We do not ask for any share of "tips/merchandise sales". This is a flat rate fee for our services. Please ask for an individual event services' contract and a free quote. Additionally, our "Live" audio recording package is discounted 50%.
Large Venue Band Package: This would be for any large size event ( greater than 1,000 guests). Starting at $1,650.00 Must be pre-arranged at least 90 days in advance of the venue date. Some venue's require 120 days. Pricing is dependent on venue needs. Ask for a free estimate.
What size stage for a band?
What size stage do I need to rent to accommodate the band?
At Rainier Sound Systems this is one of the most common questions we are asked by clients and event professionals. There are many factors that need to be taken into consideration.
1. We will need the exact dimensions of the stage size requirements written into our performance contract. Many bands have a preferred stage size but are able to perform on a small stage if room size doesn't allow for their preferred size. Most bands will require a stage to be a minimum of 12' deep in order to accommodate their necessary equipment.
2. Below is a suggested minimum stage size for musical groups
Solo Performance - 8' x 4'
2 Piece Band - 12' x 8'
3 Piece Band - 16' x 12'
4 Piece Band - 20' x 12'
5 Piece Band - 20' x 16'
Ask us for a free quote!
Standard band equipment we use for "Live" events:
Mackie Pro FX22 "Live" mixer
Mackie Mix12 with Effects mixer
dbx DI4 (4 channel DI box)
DI box for keyboard, if needed
JBL PRX415M Passive Loudspeaker Features:
JBL PRX418S Passive Loudspeaker Features:
JBL PRX425 Passive Loudspeaker Features: (Used for venues in excess of 850 guests)
Crown XLS 2502 Power Amplifier Features: 2500 watts (Driving mains)
Crown XLS 2500 Amplifier: 2500 watts (Driving Monitors)
Crown's XLS Series amplifiers define the standard for portable PA systems with unmatched performance, technology and affordability. Its advantageous flexibility includes multiple inputs so you can plug in anything and play anywhere, along with several system setup configurations. The integrated crossovers and switch-mode power supply produce superior sound, and Peakx™ limiters protect your speakers. Weighing less than 12 pounds, compared to 40 pounds for its competitors, it's much easier to set up and move from show to show. Simply put, the XLS is most reliable, versatile, efficient amp available today.
Crown XLi 3500 Power Amplifier Features:
dbx 231s Dual-channel 31-band Equalizer Features at a Glance: (for ringing - out the monitors)
1- Rack mounted BBE 882i Sonic Maximiser
dbx DriveRack PA2 Loudspeaker Management System at a Glance:
with RTA microphone module
Avid Eleven Rack:
Massive Tone Anywhere. Take your favorite studio tones live onstage. Not only does the DSP in the Eleven Rack make it an exceptional recording tool, but it also features a hi-Z output, so you can hook it up directly to the input of your favorite amplifier. Set up your favorite effects conveniently in your studio, and then take them with you onstage. Need to change effects or tweak settings live? No problem! You can assign important settings to the Eleven Rack's front panel controls, access settings from the hardware, or hook up a MIDI foot pedal to control effects as you play.
And the tradional professional assortment of snakes, cables, controllers, etc..