British village halls, ancient and modern, were rarely designed with acoustics top of the list, and certainly not designed for amplified music performance.
We’ve played big halls, small halls, square halls, tall halls – each one is different with its own set of acoustic characteristics, and many promoters are aware that the sound bouncing around can be a problem even at lower volumes.
One thing the lovely people who look after these hubs of the community ask me all the time is “how can we make the hall sound better?”
This is a question that seems simple, but it can have complicated and multiple answers and I thought I would put forward some straight forward and cost effective suggestions for measures that village halls can implement to improve the sound for audience and performers alike.
Download Adam’s Guide to Improving Village Hall Acoustics
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