Welcome To Masque Sound
In an effort to make things run smoothly for you during your production period at Masque Sound, we would like to provide you with the following information.
The Show Captain is your advocate. See your show captain with any equipment not meeting the standards you expect. All your concerns should go directly to the captain. They are responsible for directing equipment in and out of your show zone. The captain can direct you to the correct person for any and all of your questions in regard to the equipment.
Project Managers – Leslie Stong, Cami Letrick
The Project Manager is your point of contact for changes being made to your list. They are responsible for coordinating the purchases necessary to satisfy your specification. They are also responsible for processing the daily adds/deletes for your show. Project management will also alert you when the show has reached its limit with respect to additions and will gladly provide pricing for adds that you identify as necessary after this limit has been reached.
Director of Operations – George Hahn
He is your point of contact for any custom fabrication, rigging and power questions. He is also responsible for maintaining the shop calendar so any changes to your build time should be communicated to him.
Shop Foreman – Jose Quispe
All the captains and Fabrication report directly to the foreman. He should be contacted with any concerns regarding shop build space, rack builds, and show captains.
Technical Manager – Doug Cross
He is responsible for all QC and Support Personnel, for scheduling any and all technical services that your production requires. This includes microphones, consoles, playback systems, show computers and wireless intercom. In short, he is your contact for scheduling onsite and in-house technical support. He should be contacted for any concerns regarding, general operation of the QC Departments.
Research and Development – Gary Stocker
He is responsible for the designing and signing off on any custom fabrication that the show requires. Also serves as a system engineer troubleshooter both in shop and in the field.
Director of Sales – Scott Kalata
He receives the original specification, oversee the development of the show list in R2 and negotiate the rental/sale rates with general management. Any major additions to the show while in production need to be approved and or priced by them.
|8:15 AM||4:40 PM||Shop floor Hours; Mon-Fri|
|10:30 AM||10:45 AM||First Break|
|12:15 PM||12:45 PM||Lunch|
|3:00 PM||3:15 PM||Second Break|
Overtime for Builds:
All labor outside these hours is billable at the rates below. This includes mornings, evenings and weekends.
All Labor booked in one-hour blocks
After hours working in show zone (Foreman and one shop employee) $360 per hour
Truck being loaded or unloading requires (Foreman plus 4 shop employees) $765 per hour
Saturday and Holidays (Foreman plus one shop employee) 4 hr minimum $1440
- Additional employees $135 per hour
- Truck Loading/Unloading (Foreman plus 4 shop Employees) 4hr Minimum $3060
Sundays (Foreman plus one shop employee) 4 hr minimum $1920
- Additional Employees $180 per hour
- Truck Loading/Unloading (Foreman plus 4 shop Employees) 4hr Minimum $4080
- Any changes to the kits will incur a charge based on the kit and the changes made to it. All kit items(mic stands, Mult, etc.) should be returned to the kit when the kit returns.
- Bundles built after in shop production ends will have a charge of $110.00 each.
Show Zone Amenities
Your show zone is outfitted with tables, chairs, a printer and internet access. If you find yourself without the appropriate amenities, please let your show captain know. To the side of the cage are self-help build supplies for your show.
If you have a hardwired connection just plug into the Ethernet jacks labeled Client. If you have a wireless connection you should see a connection called “Masque Client”.
New Jersey Transit www.njtransit.com take the 190 bus at the Port Authority or the train at Pennsylvania Station on the Main Bergen-Port Jervis Line to Rutherford
Once your show loads out, the following contacts will assist you in receiving the best support.
Masque Sound contacts
|Jim Romano||201-939-8666 ext. email@example.com|
|Luke Flamos||201-939-8666 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org|
Masque Sound’s RMA system can be accessed here or under the “Support” dropdown menu. Please contact Luke Flamos for an account and password.
Director Of Operations
24/7 Emergency Service
Trucking Schedule and Pricing
Please keep in mind that the trucking prices are effective in the area of Manhattan (Wall Street to the Apollo Theatre, all points east and west). Pick-ups and deliveries outside of these boundaries are subject to a higher rate. Overtime will be assessed where applicable.
Same Day deliveries may incur an $100 extra fee if order is received after 11 am.
FedEx overnight shipments finalized after 11am may incur a $100 handling fee
Pricing as per the above guidelines
|Van delivery or pickup||$215|
|Van delivery and pickup||$325|
|Box Truck delivery or pickup||$375|
|Box Truck delivery and pickup||$565|
|Waiting time||$80Hr / $110Hr / $140Hr|
Clients are free to arrange their own shipping. Below is an example of a local company:
Eveready Express: Small package deliveries and trucks (vans, 16’ & 24’ trucks). Metropolitan NY area and beyond. Based out of Clifton, NJ.
Preferred contact method: e-mail, but they do have operators available to take phone calls.
email@example.com or (973) 928-8998
Masque Sound Office & Shops Will Be Closed On The Following Holidays
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Day After Thanksgiving
- Day Before Christmas
- Christmas Day
- Day Before New Year’s