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This Rider is attached to and made a part of the Contract between Harmonious Wail and the purchaser of said services as defined on the face of the Contract in connection with the Artist’s performance(s) at the venue described therein.
I. PRODUCTION AND STAGING REQUIREMENTS
A competent lighting technician shall be provided. A general wash with specials focused on the mandolin, guitar, bass and vocals for solos is sufficient. However, appropriate creativity is appreciated and welcomed.
A qualified/cooperative sound mixer (engineer) and a concert sound system of sufficient size, sophistication, and quality to deliver to all members of the audience an amplified blend of ARTIST’S music (including all instruments). The sound shall be free of distortion, feedback and extraneous noises consisting of the following:
Prefer the soundboard to be capable of three separate stage mixes. One can work if three cannot be provided.
Six (6) microphones stands. See stage sheet for specifics.
1 vocal mics (Shure Beta 58’s preferred)
2 instrument mics with (Shure Beta 57’s, SM 81’s or Neumann KM84’s preferred)
Three (3) monitor speakers, each with a 15-inch speaker and a horn (e.g. Bag End 1202 highly preferred).
Three (3) channels of amplification for the monitor speakers. Each channel should provide at least 95 watts into 8 ohms (e.g. two Yamaha P2100’s).
A minimum of two (2) outlets of AC power (120 volts, 15 amp circuits) must be available on stage for ARTIST’S electrical equipment. One located at mandolin and the other at the bass amp.
Sound Check: A sound check is mandatory and should be a minimum of one hour. A sound engineer shall be provided. The sound engineer must be available throughout the entire sound check and performance.
All equipment must be set up and in place prior to the Artist’s arrival.
Minimum stage requirement: 20’ x 12’.
One small side table with covering (to put the percussion instruments on).
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