#2
thats probably the club soundboard, and nothing to do with the band. typically larger clubs have a soundboard by the stage to plug all the mics into and mix the stage monitor levels.
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Last edited by thoreau at Apr 14, 2008,
#3
ITs basically just a large sound mixer, like what thoreau said.
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#4
good, cause im in a band and in a few weeks we are going to play at our 1st show and i hope we didnt have to buy somthing like that. looks hard to figure out
#5
they aren't really THAT hard to figure out. Any sound board, basically, will have numerous inputs for all your vocals, guitars, various drum parts (Tom-tom, cymbals snare etc etc). Then there are volume levels and usually another EQ associated with each input. Then there is a master on the end and then it all goes out into the PA.

The bigger boards mostly only have more inputs and a wider EQ range (10-band for each input for instance).

You wont need one unless your band has its own PA. Generally the places you play at will have a soundboard/mixer and pa already there. Also theres usually a sound guy that controls that, so all you really have to worry about is your playing.

Just so you know i don't know THAT much about sound boards so i probably have left out some stuff but thats basically what they are.
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