Our services focus on the technical side of any production or event, including audio, video, and lighting. We provide full sound support including speaker systems, microphones, stage wedges, mixing consoles, audio cabling, and all other necessary equipment to run concerts, weddings, and corporate events. Beyond doing events Upper Octave Productions also provides consulting services for systems installations. This includes churches, office buildings, schools, medical centers, etc. who are looking to have sound, video, or lighting systems installed in their respective venues and/or buildings.
Thank you for your time and consideration! We look forward to working with YOU!
Contacted them they got back to me write away they where able to provide excellent sound for my nine piece band ....for cooperate event we where hired for in D.C .... Despite Steps... Wooden Floors and Restaurant downstairs they where able to keep the client ,the Restaurant and us supper Happy!!!!
Awesome Engineer (shout out to DAVE)
Mr. Williams was timely (arriving hours before start time), observant (adjusting the needs as the show progressed), professional and courteous. I have no complaints. Also, he communicated instantly from the start of our connection until the end making sure all needs were addressed.
If I ever need a sound technician, I will not hesitate to contact Mr. Williams.
Contracted Victor Stanley (Upper Octave) for sound engineering and audio recording services for our non-denominational event. Mr. Stanley and Company arrived late and did not bring back-up cables when it was discovered that one of the cables that he supplied was defective. After the event, we learned that our speaker's message was not captured on audio as some technical error had occurred. I spoke with Mr. Stanley after the event and he profusely apologized for the poor service we received and he promised to work with his IT Dept. to see if there was any way to recover any of the audio from the event. Also, Upper Octave was paid in full prior to the start of our event, per contract. He also stated that our ministry would receive a refund due to us not receiving what we contracted Upper
Octave for. To date (Jan 1st, 2016), our ministry has not received the refund promised by Mr. Stanley nor has he, nor anyone on his staff, returned my numerous phone calls that I've placed to Upper Octave. To say the least, we are highly disappointed and offended at being treated in this manner.
Response from Upper Octave Productions:
This is Scope from upperoctaves and this is completely unacceptable. I was unaware you were trying to make contact. Email me directly & i'll share my personal cell with you. Scope@upperoctaves.com . Your event was a poor representative of our quality as a business for several reasons, but I'm not here to make excuses, I'm here to respond to you & correct what i can at this point. I was unaware you didn't receive the refund you were promised. There are 2 options. With such a bad experience, i will assume you wouldn't want to work with us again, however, if so, I will personally give you a DRASTICALLY reduced rate in order to not only restore your faith but to compensate you for such a poor experience. The other option is to take the deposit of $200 you were promised. I can talk to you offline concerning the reason for the issues but I'm sure that doesn't matter in hindsight to you. I assure you this is an isolated incident and we have many repeat satisfied customers. I am very sorry!
My experience with Upper Octive was (and the opinion of everyone I talked to) a train wreck. It happens and I understand that; but why us?
Response from Upper Octave Productions:
Wow! I didn't see that coming. We did our best to accommodate the band arriving late and plug them all in as quickly as possible. That didn't leave time for a sound check. We made adjustments on the fly as info was communicated to us regarding the sound needs of the band and singers. I'm sorry that your experience wasn't all you hoped but there are certain things we can't control on a limited time crunch. Thank you for choosing us and I hope your experience with us or any other company improves moving fwd.
Price Range: $150 and up
Insurance: $1,000,000 - Liability
What to Expect
In audio to go up an octave with regard to frequency you must double said frequency; so one octave up from 2,000Hz is 4,000Hz. At Upper Octave Productions we take that concept and apply it to the service we provide. We want to help our clients take their events up an octave by providing double the quality, assurance, and support in order to deliver exceptional events that wow those who attend them. We seek to operate with the highest level of professionalism while also making sure that we help our clients realize their vision for whatever type of event they are organizing or system they are having installed. At Upper Octave Productions we work to take you higher.
Aijne “Scope” Williams is a graduate of the ‘Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences’ ((link hidden)), and a Certified Professional Audio Engineer. For the last decade he has worked in the field of Live Sound Reinforcement mixing for artist such as J-Moss, J.R. (Cross Movement Records), The Rep, Sean Slaughter and countless more. He is currently a lead engineer (A1) for live sound events on a weekly basis, from load in, to set up, to mixing, to break down, to load out, and also serves as an A2 at corporate events and conferences for clients such as Oracle. Scope mixes and serves as a technician at events ranging from wedding ceremonies/receptions to mid and large scale concerts. He is the lead sound engineer for multiple live bands, and is well versed with many live mixing consoles both analog and digital. In addition to being a live sound engineer Scope also does studio sound editing, recording, and mixing projects for many clients, including editing commercials and sermons for air on local radio programs. Scope is also holds certifications in JBL Vertical Technology and has had SIA-SMAART Training. Whether Scope is serving as lead engineer, technician, or production manager you can be at ease knowing that you have a highly qualified, skilled, and experienced individual serving your production needs.
Victor Stanley Jr. is a graduate of the Omega Studios’ School of Applied Recording Arts & Sciences in Rockville, Maryland, and a certified Sound Engineer and Technician. Even before attending school Vic served as one of the live sound engineers at his church, and has since gone on to serve at several churches as well as work with a few different production companies. Vic currently is on staff at Liberty University as a Production Technician for events ranging from small systems setups such as luncheons, conferences, and ceremonies, to large scale events such as concerts in Liberty’s 10,000 seat arena, and sporting events and ceremonies in Liberty’s almost 20,000 seat stadium. Within this range events Vic works as a lead technician, mixing engineer, patch technician, production hand, and assistant engineer. Outside of Liberty Vic does freelance work through Upper Octave Productions as an audio engineer, and as a consultant for systems installations. The list of clients and artists Vic has mixed for or served in some other technical capacity include: Kirk Franklin, John P. Kee, Canton Jones, Newsboys, Need to Breathe, Kari Jobe, Lecrae, Trip Lee, Swoope, For King and Country, Britt Nicole; Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz, Bob Goff, Oliver North, Kirk Cameron, Glenn Beck, David Nasser, Matt Chandler, Mark Burnett, Jeb Bush, and many more. Vic is an avid and passionate music lover, and as a result takes great pride in crafting mixes that help communicate with clarity the message and emotion contained in songs, as well as making sure that whether someone is giving a lecture, speech, or presentation their words are presented clearly and intelligibly without the distraction of bad sound quality.
Past Booked Events
|January 16, 2016||Religious Celebration|
|September 27, 2015||Worship Service|