We had the good fortune of connecting with David Park and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi David, what’s something about your industry that outsiders are probably unaware of?
Most people don’t understand that most DJ’s do not understand how to engineer sound and run a mixing console. Their craft focuses on the music rather than the sound. On the flip side, there are many sound engineers that do not have experience as a musician and as an artist, but rather come from an “IT” or technical background. Fortunately, my background started out as a musician, evolved to sound engineering, and now some DJing as well for weddings.

Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
​​Unlike most DJs, we bring out more than just two dinky little speakers and a mic. You’ll know it’s us when you see multiple speakers and subwoofers positioned throughout the venue giving your listeners full and clear sound at an enjoyable volume regardless of their location. Our team is equipped with a wide range of microphones, stands, and accessories to be ready for any type of music, instrument, and surprise you can throw at us. ​​Our team also specializes in devising creative solutions for difficult problems that happen at events all too often. Covenant Audio is ready for whatever last minute changes, strange floorplans, and unreasonable sound requests that accompany weddings, concerts, conferences, and every other event out there. ​​If it’s not our equipment and experience that makes the difference, it’ll most certainly be our level of service and attention to detail. We’re the first ones to arrive and the last ones out. Our team loads in more equipment than other DJ is willing to invest in. We proactively solve problems rather than state the reasons why we can’t. It is the people behind the company that make Covenant Audio special.

Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
Buford Highway is my favorite area of Metro Atlanta. The number of places you can eat expands beyond cultural barriers. Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I want to recognize the following key people in my life that have made Covenant Audio ATL possible: Sam Kim, David Kim, Dan Park, Jennifer Chung, John Song, Sharon Oh, Phil Byun, Andrew Choi, Seungho Yang, Justin Cho, and many others during my first years doing concerts and more.

Website: www.covenantaudioatl.com

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