CONCERT RECORDING EQUIPMENT. RECORDING EQUIPMENT
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Concert Recording Equipment
- recorder: equipment for making records
- The equipment used to record an interview. It may be in analog or digital format and is either audio or video. The use of broadcast-quality equipment and an external microphone are highly recommended. For a more detailed discussion, see Section 5.
- a performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging
- settle by agreement; "concert one's differences"
- Arrange (something) by mutual agreement or coordination
- contrive (a plan) by mutual agreement
Concert Sound and Lighting Systems, Third Edition
Concert Sound and Lighting Systems provides comprehensive coverage of equipment and setup procedures for touring concert systems. The new edition will cover the new equipment now available and discuss other venues where the skills and technology are being used.
This new edition incorporates the continuing developments in concert sound and lighting systems maintaining the premise that the reader has had no previous experience. The practical how-to illustrations teach the reader about the equipment, and this thoroughly updated edition will include new equipment such as radio microphones, in-ear monitoring, digital audio products and digital lighting products. The author also discusses new venues outside the
traditional concert touring environment and applies the skills and technology to such diverse events as product launches, theatrical arena spectaculars and outdoor stadium productions. In addition to an introductory section on touring concerts, there are sections on sound systems and lighting systems and an explanation of how all the parts fit together to create a professional, safe, efficient show.
Includes 100 photographs and drawings illustrating the equipment and its proper use
Electrical formulas and wiring information with a special section on safety
Sample production checklists
Dottie flips through some concert posters at Records (not sure if that's the official name) in North Beach.
The guy inside was good enough to let us take photos in there and it was a crazy place, with floor to ceiling A/V equipment (literally, stacked, with aisles in between) and rock collectibles including the highly sought after Bon Jovi babushka doll with Richie Sambora on the inside.
Anyhow, those shots are on my Leica and the roll's not yet done. Great shop, though.
Tweaking the setup
Making adjustments to our digital video and audio recording equipment for the school concert at Monash University. Took a while to work out what was causing the hum, then we finally figured out it was the dirty electrical power. The white box that solved the problem above was a UPS we 'loaned" from a school file server. Spot the yellow asbestos sticker on the wall.
concert recording equipment
Samson Concert 77 Handheld Wireless systems provide high performance UHF True-Diversity Wireless at an incredible price! New Concert 77 UHF Wireless systems feature half rack space/dual antenna receivers with 6 segment audio and RF metering, volume and squelch controls, 1/4-inch unbalanced and XLR balanced outputs (switchable mic/line level), a rugged handheld transmitter with On/Off and Audio Mute switch, a battery meter, and audio level controls. The Samson Concert77 Wireless system is a UHF wireless solution ideal for any professional application. UHF means Ultra High Frequency, which translates to crystal clear operation with no interference, traditionally available on only the most expensive systems. Now UHF performance and reliability is affordable thanks to Concert77. The Concert77 system is configured with the new HT7 handheld transmitter available with Samson’s popular Q7 dynamic element. The HT7 features a three-segment battery indicator, separate power and audio on/off switches, adjustable AF level (audio gain), and 12-hours of battery life on a single 9-volt battery. The CR77 true-diversity half-rack UHF receiver is the core of the Concert77 system. The new synthesized PLL frequency control circuitry keeps the signal locked and true while dual tuned molded antennas with LEDs monitor the true-diversity operation. The CR77 features a front panel display with large multi-segment Audio level and RF level LED meters, and a large rotary volume knob allows easy adjustment of audio output. The rear panel features balanced XLR and un-balanced 1/4-inch outputs allowing flexible connection options. Two CR77 receivers can be rack mounted together in a single space rack adapter available as an added accessory.
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