The System of Sound
You walk into a clothing store, besides the apparel, what do you notice? The sound. Unless someone forgot to turn on the music, there are either lyrics blaring from the ceiling or strums whispering in the background. Businesses play music in their stores because the tone and volume of the songs impact the mood of the costumers.
Happy costumers grooving to a beat are more likely to buy something than someone who feels awkward or sad due to the type of music playing. Whether it’s up-beat or happy mellow, the volume and clarity of the sound influences different feelings the moment people step into any establishment. Audio allows a certain vibe to surface according to the type of atmosphere businesses want their clients to be in.
Listening to good music sets the tone for the rest of your day. An adequate sound system in your home or business takes this experience to its fullest potential. We Are More is an electrical systems installation company that specializes in sound, smart homes, and smart businesses. They understand the importance of mood shifts within our technical age being affected by these small details.
Airports in Hawaii used to greet every malihini (visitor) with a lei accompanied by an uncle or two playing sweet Hawaiian music on his ukulele. That tradition has faded and is now only available upon request and payment. The Aloha State is slowly slipping into mainstream America, but something our airports can do for free is play Hawaiian music through speakers, instilling a vibrant spirit of aloha as soon as people land. The same concept goes for businesses and home life.
In a recent interview with Melissa Black-Laws, regional account specialist at We Are More, she said “as soon as I touched down in the British virgin islands, Barbados, Tahiti, on Margarita island– I automatically felt those island vibes because there was local music playing everywhere I went, and that island flare really set the tone for how my day or week or month was going while traveling.” She went on to state, “I’m not saying Hawaii doesn’t have that, but we want to keep those island vibes alive in everyday life.”
Collectively, We Are More wants to take the Hawaiian Islands back to palm trees and sunsets on a white sand beach — with sound. Whatever tone gets you in a relaxed, stress free state of mind, can be amplified with correct sound system installments. Among their other quality services, We Are More helps businesses and homes maintain a happy attitude using all things technical but especially sound systems. They know that technology can be used on a large scale to integrate Hawaii back to aloha vibes day and night.
“We are not a company that does the bare minimum. We are the exact opposite. We Are More for ourselves, our families, friends, communities, clients, products and our services.” A quote from Ola Shaw, owner of We Are More, that has stuck out as a motto for his business. We Are More reaches beyond business related inquiries, stressing the importance of the atmosphere set by sound.
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Samara Towers does We Are More's PR & Marketing which includes writing our blogs! She was born and raised in Hawaii and graduated from Corban University with a Bachelors Degree in Creative Writing. She produces content to give our audience more insight and opinions on technical solutions big and small.