theoaksatsalem.com/ Yesterday Feel The Sound With Music In Motion, http://www.feelthesoundwithmusicinmotion.com Home of The DJ/MC Interactive Showroom, http://www.feelthesoundwithmusicinmotion.com/home-about-us/about-us/interactive-showroom an event DJ, wedding DJ, Disc Jockey, Karaoke, Décor LED ambient wall up-lighting, and Photo Booth – Snap Shot Photo Booth, http://www.feelthesoundwithmusicinmotion.com/photobooth entertainment company brought you the successful wedding of Ana & Bryan held at The Salem at Oaks located in Apex. Our only gripe was there professionalism (The Salem At Oaks planner Joslyn) and there IN-House sound system that we BLOGGED about in yesterday’s BLOG, OMG – beware. We feel its unprofessional however, when it effects our DJ Team’s performance, http://www.feelthesoundwithmusicinmotion.com/dj-team-prices-gallery and a reflection on our successful entertainment company… well the pics speak for themselves. We have to make a point to beware of this venue. Actually many other DJ companies comment over the same complaint with this venue, http://www.google.com/#q=dj+companies+in+raleigh+nc. Why beware?
The home wiring that the venue installed 20 gauge wiring V.S. the commercial wiring that our entertainment company utilizes is 12-14 gauge. Meaning the lesser gauge wiring the better the wire. The venue uses cheap thin skinny wiring (20 gauge) that provides a distortion in-conjunction to our professional gauge wiring (14 gauge) – its simply not compatible. April the Owner actually tried to convince the DJ that it was our mixer that was causing the distortion. With the lack of common sense on her part, our DJ called her bluff, and brought out the ceremony mixer (this process providing no music for about 10 minutes on the expense of the Bride/Groom) thus same mixer used for the ceremony which worked perfectly fine for the vows/ceremony music and still – once again the same problem – distortion and low volume. As true professional entertainers in the industry we made the best of the situation and successfully made it happen despite the lousy Salem At Oaks In-House system. Thanks for having us Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Stines. Our sincere apologies on behalf of the Salem At Oaks.