The Quest — Technical rider (larger venues)

Contact

Techniek: Peter Frings +32 497 40 36 72

PA by venue/organization

The following defines the minimal set-up required by The Quest.

PA/Mixing Desk

Instruments/channels

Instrument

Input

Extra

perc: bas-cajon

1 x kick

1 x stand

perc: djembé

perc: HiHat

1 x mic

1 x mic

1 x stand

1x stand

perc: overhead

2 x overhead, 1 close to ride

2 x stand

double bass

XLR with phantom power (own mic: DPA 4099)

acc. guitar

DI

flute

SM58 or similar

1 x stand

violin

XLR with phantom power

accordion

Melodie: XLR met fantoom

Bas: D.I.

voices 1, 2, 3

3 x SM58 or similar

3 x stand

All cables on stage must be taped dowed in an orderly and safe manner.

Monitors

Monitor

Signal

1, 2

lead 1 + 2 + 3 + accordion + bass.

3, 4, 5

instruments  + kick

(refer to stage plan for monitor numbers)

PA by The Quest

When we provide the PA, the venue must provide the following.

The theatre and stage must be available for installation and soundcheck at least 4 hours before the start of the concert, and must remain available for at least 2 hours after the end of the concert.

Stage Lights

Stage lights must create a simple, static but pleasing, moody atmosphere. Dynamic lighting is preferred unless overdone. There must be a base-level light so we can see our instruments. Lights must be managed by a technician of the venue/organisation.

Loading and Unloading, Parking

We need easy access to the stage for loading and unloading of equipment and instruments; we must be able to park 2 cars within 10m of the stage entrance during the unloading and loading. The cars can be moved in between if really needed, but we’d rather not.

Free parking space for at least 4 cars must be available near the venue, not further than 5 minutes walking distance.

Soundcheck

We need at least 45 minutes of soundcheck, 60 to 90 minutes would be preferable (including set-up).

Stage plan

The following scheme sketches the usual set-up.

Sep 2017