A workshop on Stage Lighting and Audio by Tony Esteban, Jr. thru the facilitation of Apat Sa Taglamig stage play production on August 3, 2013, Saturday, 9:00 to 4:00 PM at Koronadal City, South Cotabato.
This stage lighting and audio workshop is best for Professional Special Event Managers & Conference Organizers, Staging Directors, Technical Directors, Lighting Directors & Designers, Consultants, Choreographers, Television Network Technical Staff, Film Crews, Equipment Rental Companies for Lights and Sound, Theater Companies, Theater Educators, Hotel Event Managers, Hospitality Industry (Clubs, Hotels & Casinos), Concert Producers, Gymnasium & Multi Purpose Halls Venue Managers, Architects, Engineers, Schools, Churches, Corporate HR Managers implementing company events, Students in the Theater Fields, Theme Parks and Entertainment Facilities, Houses of Worship, Visual Designers and other live events venue application.
Stage Lighting and Audio Workshop
When: August 3-4, 2013
Where: City of Koronadal, South Cotabato
LIMITED SLOTS ONLY! REGISTER NOW.
For Registration, Pls. Text or Call:
Jim Raborar: 09276866772
Annaliz Cabrido: 09126061105
BASIC STAGE LIGHTING WORKSHOP SYLLABUS
Best Practices on Stage Lighting
Tony C Esteban Jr
Stage Lighting – An introduction
Functions of Lighting
– Revelation of Form
– Location & time of day
– Projection/stage elements
Qualities in Lighting
– Focus, position & hanging
The Lighting Designer
The Lighting Instruments
Types of Lighting Fixtures
New Technologies –
BASIC AUDIO WORKSHOP SYLLABUS
By Erwin Balangue
I. Technical Fundamentals of Audio
What is Sound? What is Audio?
What is Sound System?
Purposes of a Sound System
Measures of a GOOD Sound
Different Characteristics of Microphones
– Types of Elements
– Pick Patterns
– Frequency Response
– Physical Design
Basic Micing Technique
– Guitar Cabinets
III. What is a Mixer?
Difference, advantages and disadvantages of Analog& Digital Mixers
Difference, parts and functions of an Audio Mixer (analog)
– Channel Equalizer
– Mic/Line Switch
– Reverse Button
– High Pass Filter
– Group Sends
– Auxiliary Sends
– The Rear Channel
– The Master Section
Digital Counterparts of ALL aforementioned
IV. Signal Processors
– Different Kinds of Processors
– Graphic Equalizers
– How to “ring out” a sound system?
V. How to do a “SOUND CHECK”
– Line Check
– Signal Check
– Gain Settings
– EQ Settings
– House Leveling
– Feeding Monitor Speakers
– Adjustments during performances/mixing
– Band interview
VI. Responsibilities of a SOUND TECHNICIAN
– System Maintenance
– PRODUCING A GOOD SOUND
Disciplines of Stagecraft – Lecture Series
Real World Applications
By Dave Stiles
DAVE STILES began his audio career in 1981 in Newcastle, Australia with the band DV8.
In 1984, operated a solely owned Addsound company, servicing local and regional touring acts. Clients included James Morrison & the 10 Part Invention, the Doug Anthony All-Stars, James Barnes, Big Pig, and many others.
A shift in entertainment trends in the mid 1990’s forced the closure of Addsound. Moved to live in Thailand in the year 2000. Toured for 3 years locally around the tourist resorts and regional Asian countries , roadtesting components from Empad, with a band called Flow.
Since then worked casually as freelance Mix Engineer and System Tech specializing in System Tuning and Alignments, and custom DSP presets for a variety of local speaker manufacturers, working for shows and festivals in Thailand over the last 10 yrs. Shows include annual Thai Royal family tributes.
Production Manager for the Asia legs of WWE (wrestling) World Tour Spectacular 2005-2007
Semi-retired/full time dad since 2007 till present.
Started CMS digital mix systems early 2011 servicing local hire and sales markets.
SYLLABUS OF PROPOSED MODULE FOR REPRODUCTION / REINFORCEMENT AUDIO SYSTEMS
Modules for Reproduction/Reinforcement Audio Systems:
1/.gain structure: correct setup procedure of all parts of the signal chain,,,”linear transfer” concept.
a/.what is linear
b/.what parts of the system affects this
c/.what is ideal setup of gain structure
d/. where in the signal chain “should” we modify and why
2/.understanding the equipment you have:
a/.its power ratings
b/.angles of dispersion
3/.correct system deployment and placement :
c/.discussion of summation and cancellation
d/.single source vs.multiple cabinet clusters
f/.power alley effect
g/.complete area of coverage
4/.spectrum analysis, what and why
a/.introduction to spectrum
b/.introduction to FFT
c/.using smaartlive software general concept
d/.setup and basic use overview
e/.basic measurement techniques
5/.introduction to “phase” concepts of equal time arrivals of signals and coherence factor.
6/.using smaart to analyse a speaker.
a/.using smaartlive to analyse active crossover points
c/.types and filter slope orders
d/.system phase+polarity correction.
7/.applying this information to ur DSP processor settings.
8/.complete system testing and alignment in working environment
c/.making the best of a bad situation
About the Speaker:
Tony Esteban Jr is the Managing Director at Lighting&Staging, an event staging and production outfit that cater to all corporate needs for business presentations and special events and multimedia shows. Servicing corporate clients since 1985 and fully expanded in the latter part of 1991.
Lighting & Staging is a gathering of seasoned production professionals who have been in the theater and stage productions for almost 3 decades now. The combined talents assure every project the best creative and technical output
Clients assistance in all phases of pre and post production activities
PROJECT PLANNING + CONCEPTUALIZATION
CREATIVE EXECUTION and SCRIPTWRITING
FULL EVENT MANAGEMENT
FUND ASSISTANCE GATHERING
MULTIMEDIA AUDIO VISUAL PRODUCTION
STAGE DESIGN CONCEPT + EXECUTION
EXHIBITION DESIGN CONCEPT + EXECUTION