SOUND INVENTORY – September 2013
This beautifully live facility, acoustically sound with minimum amplification, still provides a powerful, diverse sound system.
Booth located left and front of balcony-open construction
Yamaha M7CL (48 inputs)
- 14 jacks from stage (14 floor boxes w/AC)
- 12 jacks Choir/riser area (6- right, 6- left)
- 8 jacks on performing balconies throughout the facility
- Williams Assistive Listening System for hard of hearing
Main cluster (split left and right)
- Renkus-Heinz CEMH95 fill for house
- Renkus-Heinz SR81/9 enclosure for Vineyard
- Renkus-Heinz CELF 12-1 Low-frequency enclosure
- EAW JF60 system Front fill
- Lowell CT 830/T70 ceiling speakers
House: 4- Bose 802
Remote speakers: Lobby, Brides Room, Office, Equipment Room
Amplifiers and EQ
OSC –CX12, CX12T, and CX6 Power Amplifiers
Lyntec PDS8 Power Sequencer
6- Sennheiser Wireless Handheld Microphones (Additional available upon request)
CD-RW900 CD Recorder
Numark CDN 22 Dual CD player.
Arrangements for augmentation of existing sound and lighting system can be made not to exceed a level to be set by Centrum director and by the agreement of FACE Technical Director, Cory Frederick
House Lighting is a general stage wash with capabilities of adding up to a maximum of 4 Super Trooper Spots. Augmentation is limited to the addition of colored gels for cove lighting, moveable spots and other equipment that can be reasonably accomplished within agreed budget and through existing power sources. House Stage power and lighting configuration will not accommodate complex lighting design.
The venue is a very beautiful concert stage setting with no curtains or scrims, oak flooring and four tiers of built-in orchestral-width risers.
Marley flooring can be brought in for acts involving dance. Riser width can be expanded with staging. Staging can be brought in at an additional charge to extend the front depth of the stage by 6′.
Sound is beautifully live, natural acoustic setting with minimum amplification required. Modest level stage monitoring produces excellent results. High level stage monitoring is detrimental to proper showcasing of performers.