Find Our Content:

Panamaquono is a made up name for an endeavor to produce audio and video content for local artists in the South Shore of Boston, MA. Content created is posted to the following social media sites:

Events:

We put together an event at The Venus 2 in Marshfield, MA. you can find videos on the panamaquono youtube channel. We've also recently celebrated The March Birthday Party (2017) for all our friends who have birthdays in March. Again, you can find video of the event on our youtube channel.

Movies:

  • The Movie Tim was in:

By Request:

I'm making some tutorials available here, feel free to browse:

Equipment Recommendations:

  • Allen & Heath Zed-14 (for home recording)

    My favorite board to own, I've learned so much just from using this board, you can do things with this board that you can't do with other boards in its price range.

  • Alto Board (for live venues)

    The ZEPHYR ZMX622 is a robust 6-channel, 2 bus mixer with all of the highly essential inputs, outputs, and EQ for any live show. It features 2 XLR inputs, 2 aux sends per-channel, a three-band EQ and more!

  • Shure SM-57

    "This mic should be the first mic in your mic box. Get one of thee NOW if you haven't already." This mic is nearly indestructable and is a known standard for capture of music instruments. Guitar has no DI out? just mic it with one of these and send it to the mains.

  • Shure SM-58

    The professional standard vocal microphone, also nearly indestructable for me so far. I dropped one of these 4 times in a row and bought another one assuming that would be what killed it, now I have two of these and they both work great.

  • Alto Pro TS212

    These 12" PA speakers are powered, loud enough to get over the bar hum and not expensive enough to be unattainable.

  • Alto Pro TS215

    These 15" PA speakers are powered, loud enough to get over the bar hum and not expensive enough to be unattainable.

  • On Stage Mic Stand

    Out of all the mic stands I've bought I like these the best. They're included here because I'll be purchasing more in the future and I want to make sure I get the same ones.

  • On Stage Speaker Stand

    Out of all the stage speaker stands I've bought I like these the best. I bought some heavy metal ones because I thought plastic parts were cheap but in fact they make the product lighter and easier to manage. This stand pair comes with a bag and has held up really well.