#1
I am hosting a large concert/music festival later this year and need some advise.
The concert is being held in a high school football staduim and I need to how loud the speakers and stage moniters should be. (In watts please) Microphones are being hooked up to the speakers and will be ampilfing each bands personal guitar amps.
Last edited by zidane6269 at Jan 3, 2009,
#3
Maybe you should contact someone with experience so you don't mess it all up.
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#5
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Maybe you should contact someone with experience so you don't mess it all up.



This.


Also, remember to have many more watts available then what you think you need. It's always better to be prepared.
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#8
ask an apperison of Jim Morrison, i hear hes good at creating these music festival things
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#9
if I were you I would not ask the pit
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#10
I'd contact Del Preston

EDIT: Damn, someone already made a Wayne's World joke
Last edited by lewis_grey at Jan 3, 2009,
#11
Quote by thecrusher1234!
ask an apperison of Jim Morrison, i hear hes good at creating these music festival things



Apersion? What is that, are you meaning apparition?
#12
i mean, if the guitarist has a 50 tube watt amp and bassist like 100w and you mic the drums and singer shouldnt that be plenty? since a football stadium has like surround sound.
Thats just my idea though. i really have no clue
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