ROOM SET-UP SOUND
The stage and the audience should be A professional sound system sounds
well lit. It makes for better recordings better than the house system and
and keeps everyone focused. allows higher quality amplification and
Dark backgrounds eliminate
distractions and help people see me Mike needs a wireless transmitter and
better. lavaliere or inconspicuous over-the-ear
(e.g. Countryman) microphone. A
The distance between the speaker’s
second receiver to record the session
area (stage) and the audience should
and a wireless handheld microphone
be about 6 feet. Much farther away
for audience participation is
than that and it’s hard to connect with
An amplified audio connection to
Standing room is better than empty
Mike’s Mac PowerBook is needed to
chairs. It improves the stories people tell
hear the videos he shows. Bose
afterwards. “Yeah, there was standing
Computer speakers also work for up to
75 people in an average room.
Theatre or classroom style seating is
Mike travels with a microphone,
best. U or V shape is OK.
wireless transmitter and receiver, and
Please ask Mike about seating for
digital recorder as a backup.
workshops and break-out sessions.
A digital projector and screen large enough for everyone to see is
Mike presents from a MacBook Pro. He has 15-pin
(standard) and DVI connectors for video and a
wireless remote control.
Mike will bring
a Mini Display
Port to VGA
SOUND CHECK Adapter for
Mike will arrive about 30 minutes early for a
complete sound and A/V check.
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