The

Rhythm Dawgs

Channel Assignment Chart

Channel

Source

Mic

Stand

Ch. Insert

1

Kick

EV868

Short Boom

Gate

2

HH

SM91

Boom

 

3

Snare

SM57

Boom

Gate / Reverb

4

Rack 1

SM57

Clip supplied by band

Gate

5

Rack 2

SM57

Clip supplied by band

Gate

6

Floor

SM57

Clip supplied by band

Gate

7

Overhead L SM91 Boom  

8

Overhead R SM91 Boom  

9

GTR1 (L) - Ken

SM57

Boom

 

10

GTR1 (R) - Ken

SM57

Boom

 

11

GTR2 - Dana

SM57

Boom

 

12

Bass - Frank

DI

N/A

Comp

13

       

14

Acoustic - Ken

DI

N/A

 

15

Vox - Ken

SM58

Boom

 

16

Vox - Dana

SM58

Supplied by band

 

17

Vox - Frank

SM58

Boom

 

18

Vox - Dan

SM58

Boom

 

19

DDL Return L

     

20

DDL Return R      

21

Reverb Return L

     

22

Reverb Return R      

23

MP3 L

     

24

MP3 R      

 

1.Specified mics preferred.  Equal or better-than subs OK.
2.DI boxes provided by band.
3.Delete channel 9 (GTR1 L) for mono PA systems.  Channel 14 may be deleted depending on program.
4.FOH rack should have the following:
       a)Six channels of gating for drum kit
       b)Dedicated reverb for snare
       c)Separate delay and reverb for all other channels as needed
       d)Channel insert limiting for bass DI and vox. 
       e)One-third octave system eq
        f)CD Player for intermission music

5.  Four (4) monitor mixes requested, with 2 absolute minimum.  Monitor system shall be three (3) slants across the front for vocalists, and one slant or monitor for drummer.  Slants should be 2-way, and may be passively crossed-over.
       a)Mix 1-3 consisting of Vox 1-4
       b)Mix 4 consisting of Vox 1-4, kick, snare, GTR1, & GTR2. 

For technical questions contact Ken Carver at (512) 917-9443.