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How To Get In The Soundcheck Chart

Ever want to publicize your company or give your crew a pat on the back for free? Get that cool gig you worked listed in Pro Sound News' Soundcheck chart. It's incredibly simple—here's how:
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Ever want to publicize your company or give your crew a pat on the back for free? Get that cool gig you worked listed in Pro Sound News' Soundcheck chart. It's incredibly simple—here's how:

Every month, Soundcheck lists 15 different gigs recently tackled by 15 different regional and local sound companies, listing crew names, some of the gear that was used and so on. The chart itself is a high-profile page—not only does it appear in every issue of PSN, but every other month, it gets mailed out to over 100,000 ProSoundNetwork enews subscribers. If you want to spread the word about your company, just send us info about your gig, using the handy list below:

Act / Event's Name
Sound Company Name
Town where sound company is based
Venue name and venue town

House engineer:
Band engineer:
Monitor engineer:
Band monitor engineer:
System engineer:
Assistant engineer:
Techs:

House console:
Monitor console:
House speakers:
Monitor speakers or personal monitor systems:
House amplifiers:
Monitor amplifiers:

We run entries on a first-in-the-door basis, and multiple submissions are fine; we only run one per sound company per month, but we hold on to extras for the future, just in case.

The most important thing? Where to send the info:

Cyoung AT (meaning @) nbmedia.com

Send in anytime; my email is standing by.