Chris Parker Sound

You Band Needs To Be Heard

Are you a band playing out that would like to sound as good as you really are?

A good sound system and engineer can bring your amazing talent out front so your listeners can hear you.

I have watched the ads on Craigs List for quite some time and it just amazes me that they are so amateur.  Either the equipment is sub par (Peavey or Behringer) or there is no actual information on what you get and what it will cost (call for info).


  • My prices start at just $150 a night
  • This makes me the least expensive sound company around.
  • All the others I have checked with charge well over $200 a night!

My Mixer

Mackie DL32R

This is a 32 channel mixer with built in effects and eq.
This mixer has 12 independent monitor mixes with all the eq. needed to tame the feedback.

It is coupled with an external router which allows me to mix your band from a iPad. This frees me up to walk the room to adjust the sound to step up onstage to help adjust your monitors to your needs.

No need for a snake into the audience with this mixer. How many other people can claim this technology?

My Fronts

My Fronts

TurboSound IP2000 V2

I use these amazing line array speakers to my line up.  I have started using them for my gigs and have been very happy with the.  The sound is dispersed much wider than traditional speakers.  I also like the fact that the sound is the same if you are sitting down or standing up.


EZpar 64 RGBA

EZpar 64 RGBA is a battery-powered wash light designed to free the mobile entertainer from the hassle of running cables, and speed setup. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 20 hours.

Stage Lighting