Sound Reproduction Services... And Supply
(a.k.a. "The Shop")
People have been wondering where our "storefront" is, or where
they can find us at "the shop".
The truth is that we're pretty hard to nail down these days because we work
everywhere. We work from home, and we work within the community to
connect people in increasing spheres of the local music industry.
How We Do It
Cassandra Music has built an extensive network of technicians and supporting field equipment. Together they can set up and run sound reproduction systems, provide event hosting, perform background music, and deliver expert field video recording.
Our crews have run sound stages for the King County Fair, Issaquah Art Walk, Issaquah Wine Walk, Friends of Carbon Canyon Festival, Fourth Of July Parade, Enumclaw Chamber Of Commerce's Auction, and the Enumclaw Wine Walk.
In addition to these large-scale events, Cassandra Music & Supply has successfully run Sound for and hosted Open Mic programs in Auburn, Lakewood, and DuPont for several restaurants and coffee houses.
Don of See Sharp Media and Tim of Sound Possibilities are available for field video recording services and have recorded shows including the Friends of Carbon Canyon Festival, Ancient Victory programs, Forza Coffee Co., and for other public and private engagements. Examples of these and other works can be seen under the CassandraMusicSupply banner at YouTube.com.
Our expert crews are available to assist by drawing your Sound Reproduction Schematics, acquiring equipment, training your staff, hosting or otherwise supporting your venue with a level of professionalism that can only be attained through a lifelong commitment to serving the musical needs of the Puget Sound region.
Phil Hansen running Sound at Friend's of Carbon Canyon: Hippies' Last Stand, 2011
Tim McKamey of Sound Possibilities (in blue) video recording a performer while Phil Hansen (in green) runs sound for an Open Mic at the DuPont Forza. Owner Gil Quante is in the foreground.