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Customization is the Name of the Game

March 15, 2021

Customization. It can mean a lot of different things depending on your situation. No matter what area of performance you’re in having gear that fits your space can help make your job far easier and will make your events better. This has never been more evident than in this past year.

Over the upcoming weeks we’re going to dig deeper into what customization may look like for specific types of products, but this post will focus on the different ways your equipment could be customized to meet your needs.

Customizable so You Can Set it up However You Need To

seating risers

First, your equipment can be flexible so that you can set it up however you need to for a specific event. This puts the customization in your hands. You’ll typically see this in portable spaces that host different types of events. The stage and/or risers will have the ability to be set up in a variety of different configurations and sizes. The options that are available will depend on your inventory of equipment so make sure you go over all your needs with the manufacturer before placing your order.

Customized to Fit Your Space

orchestra shell

Some products are purpose-built to fit a specific space. This is the case with pit-fillers, stage extensions, and orchestra shells in theatres. The customization here is done before the product ever arrives at the facility. Every venue is a bit different, so there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. A reputable manufacturer will have a design team who will create a product with the specs that you require.

Customizable So You Can Add to It As You Need To

choral risers

Schools or universities that have music programs need the ability to easily manage their program’s growth. Their risers should have the capability to add units over time which would minimize the initial investment needed. Growth can be unpredictable, so being able to add inventory as you go is really the best option.

Conclusion

As someone who works in the performance industry in one form or another, you understand the need for customization whether that comes in the form of the end-user being able to customize its use or whether it’s having custom purpose-built products for a specific venue.

Regardless, when making the decision to purchase new gear for your facility, consult with a reputable manufacturer. This will give you the best solution for your space and will set you up for success for years to come.

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