Sornvara Kho-Udom<br />Stagecraft Final<br />Wireless Mic ReceiverSound System:<br />I-pod211455057785437197557785Basic...
Place the instruments (microphone stands, speak stand, amps, speakers, mixer, etc) in the desired location and set them up...
Speaker stands
Start by loosening the bottom knob, and spreading the legs as far as possible.
Tighten the knob to secure the legs in place.
To adjust the height of the mic stand, twist the top hand knob to make it loose, and then star adjusting. Once it is at th...
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  1. 1. Sornvara Kho-Udom<br />Stagecraft Final<br />Wireless Mic ReceiverSound System:<br />I-pod211455057785437197557785Basic Sound System Diagram<br />Mini Jack1666875149225<br />MicrophoneWireless Microphone<br />XLR Cable<br />Speaker<br />L/RMixer<br />XLR CableSpeaker<br />Amplifier<br />Quarter-inch Jack/ XLR Cable<br />XLR Cable<br />SpeakerAmplifier<br />Speaker<br />*Make sure all the power is off *<br />Setting Up<br /><ul><li>Draw a diagram of the stage layout and the locations of all instruments.
  2. 2. Place the instruments (microphone stands, speak stand, amps, speakers, mixer, etc) in the desired location and set them up. Also place necessary equipments on them.
  3. 3. Speaker stands
  4. 4. Start by loosening the bottom knob, and spreading the legs as far as possible.
  5. 5. Tighten the knob to secure the legs in place.
  6. 6. To adjust the height of the mic stand, twist the top hand knob to make it loose, and then star adjusting. Once it is at the desired height, twist the top hand knob the other way to secure it.
  7. 7. Lift the speaker cabinet onto the speaker stand.
  8. 8. (Safety caution: make sure to lift with two people or more)
  9. 9. The speaker has a receptacle underneath it which will fit on the stand.
  10. 10. Match the speaker to the hole without losing your grip.
  11. 11. Direct each speaker toward the center of the audience or seating area.
  12. 12. 2066925110490Once this is done it should look like the figure at the bottom.
  13. 13. Bottom Knob
  14. 14. Speaker Cabinet
  15. 15. Top Hand Knob</li></ul>Legs<br /><ul><li>Microphone stands (refer to diagram on next page)
  16. 16. Loosen the bottom knob.
  17. 17. Like the speaker stand, spread the legs apart as far as possible, and extend the post to an upright position.
  18. 18. Tighten the bottom knob to secure the legs in place.
  19. 19. Loosen the top hand knob to further extend the height of the mic stand, and lock it once at the desired height.
  20. 20. Loosen the boom screw to extend or adjust the boom to a desired angle. Tighten the boom screw once the angle is reached. Adjust accordingly)
  21. 21. MicrophoneMic Clip</li></ul>1104900-552450<br />Boom Screw<br />Top Hand Knob<br />Boom<br />Bottom Knob<br />3143250132080<br />LegsCables and Connections<br /><ul><li>Main Types of Cables
  22. 22. 37147565405
  23. 23. 454660140970
  24. 24. XLR CableRCA Cable
  25. 25. 320992548260</li></ul>Quarter Inch JackI-pod Cable<br /><ul><li>Connecting Instruments
  26. 26. Connecting speakers to the mixer
  27. 27. Using XLR (quarter-inch can also be used):
  28. 28. Put the female end of the XLR cable into the left and right master output
  29. 29. Make sure to leave some slack
  30. 30. Plug the male end of the XLR cable into the speaker input
  31. 31. Connecting microphone to the mixer
  32. 32. Plug the female end of the mic cable into the hole at the bottom of the mic.
  33. 33. Run the mic cable to the mixer
  34. 34. Leave some extra cable at the mic stand and put into a few loops (so the presenter has enough slack to move around/prevents from putting too much tension on the equipment and damaging it
  35. 35. Plug the male end of the XLR cable into one of the mixer input
  36. 36. Make sure all the levels of the mixer are turned down
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  38. 38. Wireless microphone needs to be synced with the wireless microphone receiver by signal
  39. 39. Other connectors: Connect the cables accordingly (refer to basic sound system diagram)</li></ul>Turning the System On/Off<br /> The sound system should be switched on in the following order:<br /><ul><li>Effects, EQ
  40. 40. Mixer
  41. 41. Crossovers
  42. 42. Amps </li></ul>When turning off, it should be turned off the opposite order, from 4 to 1.<br />Safety caution: If the PA system is not turned on by the steps properly, it might cause loud “pops”<br />Lighting System:<br />3133725128905Types of Light Fixtures<br />-952548895<br />19050105410<br />117157562865<br />Followspot<br />953770158750<br />Moving Head<br />Basic Parts of a Light Fixture <br />-84772566040Electric<br />Safety CableC-ClampPan Screw2598477163773 <br />Yoke<br />Focus knobGobo Slot<br />Iris SlotTilt Screw<br />Gel Slot<br />Shutter<br />PC light<br />Hang and Focus Procedure<br /><ul><li>How To Hang and Focus
  43. 43. While your light fixture is resting on the ground, loosen the clamp bolt at the bottom of the C-clamp by turning it to get ready to hang the fixture
  44. 44. Lift the fixture (holding the whole body) and hang it over the electric (the electric should be in between the C-clamp)
  45. 45. Finger tighten the clamp bolt, by turning it the other way until it meets the C-Clamp, and make sure the light fixture will stay. Use a wrench if possible to help secure it.
  46. 46. If there is a safety cable, unhook it and tie it around the clamp through the yoke and then hook it back. This is to prevent the light fixture from falling in case the C-Clamp becomes loose.
  47. 47. Plug the light into the power outlet to start focusing (wear gloves to avoid burns)
  48. 48. To move the light from side to side, turn the pan screw
  49. 49. To move the light up and down, turn the tilt screw
  50. 50. Put in gel, gobo, or iris as desired
  51. 51. To make the light bigger or small, turn the focus knob and start adjusting.
  52. 52. To focus the light, slide the knob up and down.
  53. 53. *Shutter needs to be pulled out first or the focus will be off *</li></ul>Patching<br />Electrical OutletConnect to outletOutlet #2 is connected to channel #1<br />153432<br />Patching cableConnect to mixer312465 2<br /><ul><li>4314825-657225Plug the light to an outlet (the outlet is connected to the dimmer
  54. 54. Look at the outlet number that the instrument is plugged in.
  55. 55. Go to the dimmer and use the patching cable to patch the outlet to a mixer channel. (One mixer channel can control up to 2000 watts at a time, so ten 200 watts instruments can be connected to the dimmer] )</li></ul>Programming Cues<br /><ul><li>Move the faders on the lighting board to see what levels you want to set the light
  56. 56. Once you have decided, set the level of lights that you had patched.
  57. 57. Save these levels in memory or sub-master and click the number you want.
  58. 58. Press the record button to record
  59. 59. Rename it if desired
  60. 60. 1352550147956FadersPlease clear to finish and bring down all the levels to zero</li></ul>Record<br />Sub-MastersLighting Board<br />Terms <br />C-Clamp – Shown in the diagram in the light setup sheet<br />Electric – Shown in the diagram in the light setup sheet<br />Safety cable – Cable tie the light instrument to the electric for safety. Shown in the diagram in the light setup. <br />Pan Screw –Loosen to move the light side to side. Shown in the diagram in the light setup sheet.<br />Tilt Screw – Loosen to move the light up and down. Shown in the diagram in the light setup sheet.<br />Iris – Accessory that controls how much light can pass though<br />Gobo – Accessory that is used to control the shape of emitted light<br />Gel – A color filter that can be used to change light color<br />Shutter – An accessory used to change the shape of the light. Shown in the diagram in the light setup sheet.<br />Lighting Board The console that controls all the lanterns. AKA Dimmer Board and Switchboard<br /> Dimmer – devices used to vary the brightness of a light.<br />Fader – A slider on the lighting board that controls the intensity of the emitted light<br />Memory – storing light cues <br />Sub-master – a group of lights can be programmed under one fader and can be restored together at once <br />

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