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  1. Stage plot (871 bytes)
    1: ...uitar amp placement, placement of monitor wedges, stage power requirements.
    4: ...rguy.com/pics/albums/userpics/lighting_plot_large_stages.jpg]
    6: ...s back at the office, who will typically pick any stage plot from the last ten years of the band's existe...

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  1. Monitor engineer (1,063 bytes)
    1: ...usly watch, listen and understand every person on stage even when they all speak at once.
  2. Sound (360 bytes)
    4: ...nd systems]], but is usually too freakin' loud on-stage to begin with for the [[sound system]] to have an...
  3. Stage plot (871 bytes)
    1: ...uitar amp placement, placement of monitor wedges, stage power requirements.
    4: ...rguy.com/pics/albums/userpics/lighting_plot_large_stages.jpg]
    6: ...s back at the office, who will typically pick any stage plot from the last ten years of the band's existe...
  4. Don’t Kill The Artist (7,672 bytes)
    2: DECK: Electrical safety on stage
    12: ... the shortest [[snake]] cabling distance from the stage utilizes the same [[AC ground]] as the band’s [...
    16: ...or ground shielding. The console closest to the [[stage]] should not be pin 1 lifted as it provides the c...
    31: ...t one song and the rest of the show was fine. The stage techs investigated, but to no avail. A few days l...
    48: ... the stage is metal or if there are screws in the stage that attach to its metal frame.
  5. Great Sound is Just an Opinion (14,038 bytes)
    56: What am I going to do, make flyers blaming the stage techs and hand them out to each person in the cro...
    65: ...tention to your mix rather than the performers on stage is often good for the ego and bad for the career.
    81: A well-planned input list allows any input from stage to go bad without adversely affecting the show. U...
    96: ... nothing they would rather hear than 5 minutes of stage techs hitting drums and doing half-baked guitar s...
    132: ...e who know what it should sound like best, are on stage and can’t hear the mix. Doing monitors was chal...
  6. Snake (965 bytes)
    1: ...the audio console and then "Returned" back to the stage for distrobution into the PA system and to the ou...
  7. Gigs (325 bytes)
    1: ...talent" of the person or persons on the platform, stage or podium.
  8. Tech spec (1,029 bytes)
    5: - [[stage plot]]
  9. Microphone (406 bytes)
    1: ...e musical information from the instruments on the stage to the [[mixing console]].
  10. Equipment (2,892 bytes)
    3: ...barriers, stairs, platforms, lighting, backdrops, stage props, and the most underrated piece of equipment...
    19: == The Stage ==
    20: ...e made in pieces which can be connected by ?????. Stage location has probably got some important signific...
    22: ...le level location with enough room for the entire stage plus extra room for sound system equipment and hu...
    23: 2) Usually stages are best set at the bottom of a hill, facing the...
  11. Monitor Engineer (215 bytes)
    1: ...sound for the delectation of the [[musicians]] on stage. One of the hardest positions on a [[tour]], but ...
  12. Tour bus (3,151 bytes)
    44: ...of understanding simple little pictures. Astute [[stage-manager roadie]] Tim was quick to pick up on the ...
  13. FOH (1,147 bytes)
    6: ... FOH is the place where most of what happens on [[stage]] is controlled or at least influenced.
    10: ...ed with other electrons and then sent back to the stage, where they are again multiplied with other elect...
  14. Is this a current, correct rider? (93 bytes)
    5: See [[Stage plot]] and [[Promoter]].
  15. Too many input channels (2,157 bytes)
    7: ...ubtract 1 input per band member, to adjust for on stage levels effecting the FOH mix.
    20: ...o chaos]] due to the artist adding more things on stage and the [[Little Ball Syndrome]] affliction preve...
  16. PLUG MONKEY (597 bytes)
    1: ...g'. Their official role is called a Stage Tech or Stage Hand. These people often work with the mysterious...
  17. Artist (600 bytes)
    3: ...mpanying some clown-like humans jumping around on stage.
  18. Mic stand (1,114 bytes)
    6: ...t fury to the faces of bass drums, guitar stacks, stages, and even....HUMANS! when they fall, are thrown ...
  19. Smoke (944 bytes)
    3: ...ased by a fire or explosion, or by theatrical and stage effects.
  20. Pseudo-roadie (190 bytes)
    2: ...for [[Merch]], or can even be [[tour manager]], [[stage manager]] or [[tour accountant]].

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