what you don’t see before the show
What happened in the backstage before the show started?
If you work in the entertainment industry, you will encounter problems almost every day in your work and life.
These problems can be wrong leads, microphones that have been dropped too many times, and the sound desk doesn\'t work (
As the engineer spilled some liquid on It)
Or the crew that didn\'t show up. For the Adv.
Immersed in live production, students like me are quickly building a series of live performances that are common but can be solved with a little bit of teamwork and initiative.
It\'s been two weeks.
In the madness of the court theater, the lights work frantically to make the stage beautiful-
Occupy the stage at the same time, so the audio and A/V managers must consider other work options and wait for the lights to \"leave the stage \".
All the trivialities aside, the lighting staff did a good job in lighting equipment.
The audio team found a room away from the chaos and started testing the cables, taking apart the looms and reassembling them, fixing the broken XLR leads that have apparently seen better days.
After a well deserved break, the audio manager decided it was time to set up the studio upstairs as the stage was still occupied by the lighting crew.
It was a very smooth afternoon and set up the studio with only a sly phoneto-
Phono leads need to be replaced.
When the audio finally got to the stage, it was time to stop.
The next day, with two weeks left, the audio team worked quickly, put the lead on the stage and patched the frontof-house desk.
The A/V crew also had some problems themselves.
The crew had to install the old visual switcher while waiting for the flash Panasonic AGMX70 to reach the court.
Another problem is sorting the 4: 3 and 16: 9 aspect ratios with the output of the mixer in the DVD.
ABC Open Producer Marc Eiden brings some test DVDs, but a format that needs to match the DVD player.
All these questions, you will wonder, why would anyone want to enter this frustrating world of entertainment?
It\'s because it\'s such a fascinating industry that you never know what you\'re going to get and there\'s always something going on that keeps you on your toes.
Seeing the face of the bettor looking at the dazzling lights on the stage you spent the whole day setting up, it\'s all worth it.