What Goes Into Professional Sound Stage Set Up

Sound Stage Set UpWhen we go to a concert or live event, we see the lighting and speakers on the sound stage but typically we do not think too much about what goes into making it all of it come together.

The reality is there are a lot of functioning parts that go into a sound stage, that makes the event sound as good as it does.

Now say a popular band is coming to town, for that there are could be eight precision speakers and four sub speakers that will deliver the sound, just at the minimum.

These are put into place by ground supported lifts, that will make sure when the volume is too loud, they won’t shift or fall.

In addition to those speakers, there are also four sound wedges that will be placed behind screens near the stage. These all connect to an amplifier system that consists of two high-powered amplifier racks.

All of this is then controlled by a digital soundboard off of the stage.

There is also a microphone kit box and drum microphone kit that are hooked up to their respective instruments. In conjunction with those kits, there are also a lot of microphones and mic stands that need to be assembled and placed accordingly.

Anything can happen at a concert, even a dead microphone. When that happens, backups must be on the ready, off stage, so the performer can grab one and get back to the show.

Once all of this is installed, sound technicians will double check once installation is done that everything is working like it is supposed to.

Studio 33 offers sound systems, lighting, sound reinforcement and special effects for different types of professional events such as night clubs and concerts in Northern California.

No matter what the service needed, what we offer will make your event unforgettable. For more information or to hire Studio 33 for your next event, call us today at 909-783-1628!