Live Sound And Karaoke By Notes
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Bekkah was the KJ at a friends wedding, her sound and knowledge of music is incredible. I talked to her about doing work at some get togethers I have occasionally. Her prices were very reasonable. I can't wait till my next event. With Bekkah as our entertainment, it is definitely going to be epic!Sep 8, 2016
She was very professional and welcoming to any and all people. She encouraged everyone to sing and was very respectful to all patrons. She would mingle with everyone and could get a crowd going to the point where everyone wanted to sing!Sep 3, 2016
Easily my favorite KJ in Tulsa, she has a huge selection but even if she doesn't have a specific song, she finds ways to make it work. Her energy is great, she makes every singer feel comfortable - you're singing with friends, not strangers. I used to sing professionally and always did my own levels, and Bekkah's sound is always spot on. I couldn't ask for a better experience.Sep 2, 2016
I've been to multiple events, (karaoke, weddings, etc), hosted by Ms. Notes and her sound quality, set up, knowledge, and professionalism are top notch. She is also a joy to work with and has a great personality!Sep 2, 2016
After having gone to several different Karaoke nights around town and on various cruise ships. I'd have to say the Bekkah is one of the best I've ever seen. She is always willing to help the new person get over that initial fear. Not to mention constantly adjusting the mixer for the singers. She is one of the few people I will drive an extra 30 minutes to go to one of her shows.Sep 2, 2016
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Find out what is desired, then do above and beyond!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Pure sink or swim experience. I've worked in some of the best venues, as well as some of the worst. Rolling with the punches in this field is an imperative.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I took interest singing in Jr. High Choir watching the sound engineers. They taught me to run my first boards.