Hey dudes...you all got some really cool venues. I'm just starting off as a newbie to the whole sound gig, so I could sure use about as much help and hints on stuff as I can get on just about everything.
Catch ya later dudes.
I'm not gonna lay on a whole bunch of description as to how a curtain call should be run, but I personally think that the tech crew DOES deserve to get a bow. I mean, they worked hard on the show too, so why should they just sit behind the wings and not get any recognition for the job they...
Thanks for the advice guys...
It seems that there are going to be alot of cues, both for sound and lights. That, and it appears, they upgraded just recently to an 8 channel board.
There are going to be lots of cues in this show.
Thanks again for your helps guys.
I have a rather small tech booth, with an ETC Express 250 board for lights, and a 2 channel mixer for sound.
Should I pull someone in to run that for me during the show, or should I run that stuff myself?
Which is better to have for a prompt book:
two pages of script on both sides of a page in the book?
one page of script on only one side of a page, then use a whole new page of paper for the next page of script?
If i saw the house tech doing that...i would have taken over his job in a snap, and been able to do his job much more efficiently. I mean, you don't tape a mic into a piano like that. If you're gonna use a mic on a piano, use a boom...NEVER EVER TAPE IT IN TO PIANO!!
Oh well..nothing more...