Where we haven’t been so successful is in obtaining sound equipment for our recitals and musical revues that would allow us to showcase our student’s talents in a way that is commensurate with their hard work and dedication. Our equipment is antiquated and as was recently brought to my attention… NOT FCC compliant. Who knew that was a thing? Certainly not me. But what that means is, in addition to our equipment being woefully substandard for what we are trying to accomplish, we are apparently breaking the law every time we use it. So it would follow that we have to replace it.
For those of you who are part of this studio and know first-hand how hard these students work to bring incredible performances, and for those of you who do not, but who, believe wholeheartedly in the arts, we are asking for your help. Any measure of help is appreciated. Here is a list of the equipment we have researched and are hoping to purchase. Some of it is used and some is new, but all of the equipment listed below is interactively compatible and most importantly FCC compliant. Thank you for your support in whatever fashion it comes. Kathy Brown and the students of Noteworthy Vocal Studio. Keeping the Arts alive!
Low Profile Headsets with Power packs
100 ft Snake
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