Concert Sound and Lighting Systems
This book is for those who want to learn how to set up, operate and maintain sound and lighting equipment used for concert touring. The concert touring job hierarchy is described, followed by chapters on power and rigging which apply both to sound and lighting set-up and sections on sound and lighting equipment and set-up. The illustrations show the various pieces of equipment and proper stage set-up. performance of amplified music, the emphasis is less on the function of every piece of equipment than it is on how all the different pieces of equipment work together. touring production and some theatre art courses on sound and lighting for performance.
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