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RDB Stage setup, Technical requirements & Rider MAIN STAGE: Requirements for stage are a minimum of 48ft Length x 40ft Depth x 5ft High of flat surface, without any obstruction (such as, but not limited to nails, broken floor boards, electrical outlets, poles, wires). All flooring, masking and hanging / circuiting / patching of light plot will be completed before arrival of ARTIST. (See stage diagram) CATWALK: A 30ft Catwalk from the centre of the front of the stage, (into audience) with a width of 10ft. Leading up to a 15ft circumference circle stage with slow 360˚ rotational hydraulics. (See stage diagram) ADDITIONAL RISERS: Raised platform for full band in the centre of the stage but starting 5ft from the back of the stage. Platform size 30ft in length x 10ft in depth x 3ft in height. (See stage diagram) LIGHTING: ARTIST carries no lighting equipment. It is mutually understood that a light plot for the individual theater will be formulated by the CLIENT, and that the CLIENT’s technical staff will take care of all lighting design, hanging and loading in for this event. It is also mutually understood that all lighting design and technical aspects of this event shall receive prior approval of ARTIST. However Artist does require state of the art lighting eupiment including: - Moving heads - Profiles - Ambient lights - Audience blinders - X4 Follow spots VISUALS: A Digital backdrop Projection system to be flown from the upstage truss, in clear view of audience with camera, MP4 and DVD playback. Audio to be linked into all sound including Monitors and FOH SOUND: ARTIST carries no sound equipment. CLIENT must provide a first class sound system that includes an adequate powered sound system depending on the size of venue to provide a 115 db SPL (A-Weighted / Slow) at the FOH position without any distortion. Reliable and experienced FOH and monitor engineers are required as ARTIST do not provide there own. MONITORS: Monitor console is to be place on the right side of the stage in clear view of the band. - X8 wedges - X1 Pair of Large Left and Right Sound fills - X4 IEM (Sennheiser EM300 in ear monitors) DJ CONSOLE: - X2 Pioneer CDJ1000 Mk3 - X1 Pioneer DJM600 MICROPHONES: - X4 Sennheiser Wireless handheld microphones (LEAD VOCALS) - X1 Sennheiser Wireless handheld microphone (DJ)


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X1 Sennheiser Wireless plug in or clip on transmitter microphone (DHOL)

INSERT on ALL 4 LEAD VOCALS: X1 Antres Autotune vocal processor. This unit is to be placed on DJ table and controlled by DJ. X1 UK standard 13amp power outlets are required to power the unit.

1. Connect a balanced or unbalanced audio input to one of the INPUT jacks 2. Connect a cable to one of the OUTPUT jacks and route the output as appropriate for your application. NOTE: Inputs can be 1/4-inch TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) Phone, 1/4-inch TS (tip-sleeve) Phone or female XLR. The XLR input is NOT a microphone input. A line level signal is required. If you use a 1/4-inch TS plug, the input will of course not be balanced. The two inputs will not mix two signals. Plugging in a phone plug will disconnect the XLR input. Outputs can be 1/4-inch TS (tip-sleeve) Phone Unbalanced or male XLR Balanced.


STAGE SETUP: - CDJ setup (ie DJ table) to be placed centre, back stage with space to place a vocal processing unit next to CDJ’s - The front of the stage and other dangerous edges are required to be marked clearly with high visibility tape. - All exposed cabling on the stage is required to be covered with a rubber mats, carpet or secured with gaffer tape to reduce any trip hazards. DJ X2 CDJ1000 + DJM600 X1 Corless Mic

DJ Monitor Aux9

DJ Console & X1 19� Vocal processor (Autotune)

Full Range Side Fills Aux8

Full Range Side Fills Aux8

Vocals 1 Cordless Mic IEM Aux1

Stage Monitors Aux 5

Vocals 2 Cordless Mic IEM Aux2

Dholi Cordless Mic (plug-in transmitter)

Stage Monitors Aux 6

Vocals 3 Cordless Mic IEM Aux3

Vocals 4 Cordless Mic IEM Aux4

Stage Monitors Aux 7


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X4 Vocalist X1 Dhol Player X1 DJ / MC

STAGEHANDS: This is not a yellow card attraction. Stagehands may be non-union unless local regulations require that union people be employed. CLIENT agrees to employ and pay all stagehands, whether union or non-union, including loaders, if required. Stagehands must be the same people for both rehearsal and performance. 1.

Technical Director with working knowledge of facility and with authority to represent CLIENT to act as assistant to the Stage Manager at all times.

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Stagehands (number to be determined by Technical Director) are required to work the set-up prior to ARTIST arrival are required for rehearsal and performance as follows: • • • •

Monitor technician on stage Deck technician (may double as spot operator) Light board operator (and assistant if necessary) Sound technician for front of house

DRESSING ROOMS: The CLIENT will provide 1 luxury large clean, private dressing room, for ARTIST members, and not allowing public access to the performance area. Each room must have make-up lights and mirrors, chairs and tables, 2 sofas, costume rack, nearby lavatory and sink, and be close to the stage. The CLIENT must also supply 20 bottles of water, fresh towels, tea making facilities, fresh fruit and other light snacks. In addition, the dressing rooms are to be heated or cooled to the ARTIST's satisfaction. A live feed (TV screen) from main performance stage to the dressing room is requested. SOUND CHECK: Stage must be available for sound check and rehearsal time at least 3 hours prior to Showtime. Sound check is mandatory and requires a minimum time of 2 hours without interruptions.

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