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Director Name: School Name: Traditional American Concert Band Set-up Diagram Draw Percussion Set-up with sight-line to Conductor X Chairs O Stands Row Row Row Row 1 2 3 4 Totals Chairs Chairs Chairs
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Okay this is a demonstration on how you set up sound for a concert band setting we have a concert fan set up in the large hall it's a pretty typical setup companies all the mallets we have left and right speakers that was our left speaker this is our far right the top speaker is for all your higher frequencies and the bottom one is for the bass frequencies i'm going to show you the back of this is the right speaker at the top this is the main input an XLR cable is being put in there to the right ret 0 decibels on this knob that XLR cable is hooked up to the sub beneath now here at the bottom of the top speaker you have your you pc cable and power button let's go below to the sub now all the low frequencies are going here this XLR cable since this is the right speaker I have it plugged into the right full range input now we need to connect this speaker to the top so we go to the right out of this high pass out put this cable right here and connect it all the way up to that input on the top speaker remember this is a high pass and that knob in the middle is set set middle to normal we don't want to use this output on the far left when we use the output on the far right again you have to turn this speaker on if your power button and UVC cable we're here and you always hook up these speakers let them have their own power strip now let's go over if you look over at the left speaker you have the exact same setup except you would plug everything in to the left side you see these two XLR s are plugged into the left slots you can choose either the left or right and since this is the left speaker obviously you choose the left input and output and it's hooked up to a power strip as well now these are monitors whatever is coming out of the monitors it's it's different than what's going out to the audience and we have it powered up a UPC is connected to it and XLR is being ran over to this Mike snake input over here lets people just call it a snake and you have another monitor in the back so for this particular setup we have two monitors and these monitors are just so the musicians can hear a separate mix for their own personal needs and if you look here this blue cable that's connected to that snake input it's being ran behind that curtain back to my mixer over there and I'll show you what's going on with the other end of that of that cable a minute let's take a look at the outputs the snake of the red channels actually let's look at the black channels first labeled one through twenty-four these are all the inputs and this is where all your microphones on the stage are going to be connected to I've drum overheads connected kick drum is Mike snare actually that was high hat and this is snare and the guitar cabinet is miked as well now if you don't want to just plug these cables into random channels you've got to have a plan so we have taped down here as a reference we have one two three four five and they all tell you what is connected to that that number on...