Fundraiser - Everyone to the Stage!
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I added green numbers to represent the performers' names. I guessed that position #1 is one person doing dual duty.
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This sketch is for a fundraiser tomorrow evening after Shabbat. Just about everyone who plays an instrument is involved, including some old members who are driving 2 hours to play at this event. I needed to sketch this out so I could plot the inputs. Too many for my T1's. I am using two big mixers instead.
Thanks for creating the sketcher - much faster than what I had in mind for this project. One thing I could have used was the ability to put names at each position so people can look at the sketch and know where they need to set up on the stage.
This is an unusual application for the sketcher, so may not be worth your time to add that feature. If there is already a way to do this, I cannot figure it out.
I also wanted to indicate a lav mic. The little thingy next to my upright bass and guitar on the far left is what I used for a lav mic icon.
I have no idea if that is what it really is. You need not reply about the band layout itself unless you have suggestions.
- With all of these microphones your gain-before-feedback could be lower than you hope
- You can increase the gain-before-feedback by panning every source hard to one side or the other.
Pan inputs 1 through 7 to the L1® on the left
Pan inputs 7 through 13 to the L1® on the right
- The lavalier microphone could be a source of feedback if it's omni-directional. If you experience feedback, I'd shut down the lavalier microphone first as the most likely culprit.
- One more suggestion to come - see the next post.
This is a glorified sing-along - refined sound quality is not a requirement! Fun for the participants, both on and off the stage, is the point. And generating a little revenue also. We call these "'fun-raisers." Thanks again.
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