Your wedding music will either make or break your big day! So, it is crucial that it is planned accordingly. However, while you may have the perfect playlist, it is also important to ensure that your music is presented at the right volume for your venue and your guests.

But, how do you know which volume is best for your big day?

Here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we are so honored to perform at weddings. That’s why we have gathered some of the top tips to ensure that you present your music at the best volume for your big day. If you are interested in learning more, be sure to continue reading:

·         Your venue. First off, the venue you choose certainly plays a key role in how you should present your wedding music. If you have a grand space, you will make sure that the sound flows beautifully, but is not overpowering. Placement is crucial to display the right sound throughout your reception. It is ideal to place your musicians against a wall, on one end of your venue, with the dance floor being in between the speakers and the guest’s tables.

·         Guest’s enjoyment. Second, it is important to remember that not everyone will dance, but should still be able to enjoy the company of one another and the music. Placing your dance floor between the speakers and the guest’s tables will allow your guests who are wanting to visit with one another at tables to still hear each other well, while the guests on the dance floor will be up close to the music, creating an enjoyable environment.

·         Bass. Lastly, bass plays a big role in how your music will sound. Too much bass, and you will not be able to enjoy the clear sound of the songs, while too little bass won’t be enough to amp up the dance floor. Finding an enjoyable medium is ideal to creating the perfect sound that everyone can enjoy.

Every wedding should have wonderful music! As it will be the main form of entertainment for your guests. Here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we would love the opportunity perform at your wedding or special event. If you are still seeking a Philadelphia wedding band, be sure to contact us today to schedule your consultation.


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