Miami, FL (September 19, 2016)—After Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine spoke recently at Southwest Focal Point Community Center in Pembroke Pines, FL, he toured the headquarters of the event’s audio provider, Drummer Boy Sound Productions (Miami, FL), and praised it as an example of a local small business that functioned professionally and delivered a result as promised.
Kaine’s initial speech, delivered to a group of government officials, dignitaries and South Florida mayors, focused government’s interaction with cities and local communities and the role small business played in rebuilding the economy.
For the event, DBS supplied two Martin Audio W8VDQ speaker systems and two XD12 systems for back fill, along with a Yamaha CL5 digital console and Shure MX412 gooseneck mics, as well as the dais, lectern, lighting, bunting, pipe and drapes.
DBS CEO Harold Cummings noted, “Most of the national and local press were tied into the digital console, but others used the room audio and it sounded so good, it was like they were tied into the press box. The clarity was exceptional and the coverage was balanced from front to back and side to side. We didn’t even need the XD12s because the VDQs covered the room so well.”
Cummings added that when the vice presidential nominee toured Drummer Boy Sound, “Senator Kaine thanked us profusely during his tour for providing amazing sound, lights, and production for his speech. He was enthralled about the whole aspect of production, loved the Martin Audio speakers, the digital consoles and how all of it comes together behind the scenes. It must have been successful for the Clinton Campaign because we’re working on a Bill Clinton fundraiser in Miami right now.”