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Transcript: Who we are? Brandon Josselyn SOUND CHECK WILL BE DONE EVERY MONDAY SOUND SYSTEM WEEKLY TESTS WHY? WHY? THIS WAY WE HAVE TIME TO FIX ANY ISSUES BEFORE THE NEW MOVIES OPEN FOR THE WEEKEND. THE WEEKLY AUDITORIUM CHECKLIST THE WEEKLY AUDITORIUM CHECKLIST WEEKLY AUDITORIUM SOUND CHECK WEEKLY AUDITORIUM SOUND CHECK WEEKLY ATMOS SOUND CHECK WEEKLY ATMOS SOUND CHECK QSC DCA AMPLIFIERS QSC DCA AMPLIFIERS THESE ARE OUR NEW COMPANY STANDARD FOR AMPLIFIERS QSC DCA 1622 QSC DCA 1622 THESE ARE THE MOST COMMON AMPLIFIERS THAT YOU WILL BE USING AT YOUR THEATRES. IN YOUR SMALL AUDITORIUMS, THESE WILL RUN ALMOST THE ENTIRE SET UP OF SOUND EQUIPMENT QSC DCA AMP EQUIVALENT BREAKDOWN QSC DCA AMP EQUIVALENT BREAKDOWN PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PROJECTIONIST HAVE THIS SHEET AND ARE REFRENCING IT WHEN CHANGING BAD AMPS OUT AND REPLACING THEM WITH THE NEW QSC DCA AMPS. HAVE THEM CALL ME DURING THIS PROCESS IF THEY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CONCERNS OR ARE JUST NOT SURE ABOUT THE WAY TO WIRE UP THE NEW AMPS. CERTAIN LOCATIONS ARE USINMG THE BUILT IN CROSSOVERS ON THE CROWN AMPS. QSC CROSSOVERS AND XLR CONNECTORS QSC CROSSOVERS AND XLR CONNECTORS THE QSC CROSSOVERS WILL REQUIRE XLR CONNECTORS IN ORDER TO LINK THEM TO THE SOUND PROCESSOR AND BETWEEN EACH OTHER IF YOU HAVE A SMALLER SET OF SPEAKER BEING USED AS FILLERS FOR THE STAGE CHANELS TROUBLESHOOTING SPEAKER ISSUES TROUBLESHOOTING SPEAKER ISSUES SURROUND SOUND SURROUND SOUND If you are not getting sound out of a speaker there are a few different things that can cause this. Bad amplifier. Bad driver or diaphram. Loose or disconnected connection on a piece of sound equipment. The terminals on the speaker. The terminals on the amplifier. The connection to the driver or the diaphram in the speaker. The terminals on the crossover. HOW TO CHECK FOR ISSUES WITH THE ACTU... HOW TO CHECK FOR ISSUES WITH THE ACTUAL SPEAKER YOU TAKE THE POSITIVE AND THE NEGATIVE OFF THE AMPLIFIER OF THE SPEAKER THAT HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS AN ISSUE AND USE YOU VOLTAGE METER TO CHECK THE OHMS READING OFF THE TWO WIRES. tHIS SHOULD BE 4 OHMS TO 16 OHMS DEPENDIN G ON THE SPEAKER. THE SURROUNDS CAN RANGE AS LOW AS 2 OHMS AND A 4 OHM SPEAKER CAN RUN AS LOW AS 3 OHMS WHEN CHECKING THE READING. CHECKING THE OHMS ON YOUR SPEAKERS OUR EXPECTATIONS OUR EXPECTATIONS WE WOULD EXPECT THE PROJECTIONIST WORKING TO BE ABLE TO TROUBLESHOOT THESE ISSUES BEFORE EXCALATING THE ISSUE. I WILL BE WORKING WITH THE ALL THE PROJECTIONIST AND TRAINING THEM HOW TO PERFORM THESE TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS SO THEY CAN DETERMINE THE ISSUE AS BEST THEY CAN AND WE CAN DETERMINE WHAT IS NEEDED TO BE DONE TO FIX THE PROBLEM AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. CLOSED CAPTIONING, HEARING IMPAIRED, AND DESCRIPTIVE NARRATIVE CC, HI, AND VI TESTING THIS WEEKLY TESTING THIS WEEKLY WHEN SHOULD YOU DO THE TESTING? WHEN SHOULD YOU DO THE TESTING? YOU SHOULD BE TESTING EVERY DEVICE EACH WEEK TO CONFIRM THEY ARE ALL WORKING CORRECTLY. THIS WAY WE CAN KEEP UP WITH REPLACING BAD DEVICES IN A TIMELY MANNER. LET'S USE MONDAYS TO FIND ANY PROBLEMS SO WE HAVE THE REST OF THE WEEK TO FIX EVERYTHING FIND THE PROBLEM MONDAYS OTHER TESTING CFM READINGS CFM READINGS CFM READINGS SHOULD BE TAKEN ONCE A WEEK ON MONDAYS. HOW TO TAKE A CFM READING HOW TO TAKE A CFM READING DECIBEL METER YOU SHOULD BE STANDING IN THE MOST COMMON SPOT YOUR GUESTS WILL SIT IN. I WOULD SUGGEST THE CENTER OF THE AUDITORIUM AND THE MIDDLE ROW . DECIBEL METER PROPER LAMP CHANGING GEAR AND HOW TO VIDEOS PROPER LAMP CHANGING GEAR AND HOW TO VIDEOS

Project presentation template

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projection

Transcript: A character onstage takes on a whole new dimension when you use for example a jamaican dialect The voice element that makes one person sound different from everyone else The musical tone of voice how high or how low you speak on a musical scale Articulation is the shaping and molding of sounds into syllabes Breathing control and Breathing Projection and Quality Pitch and Poise and Posture The placement and delivery of voice element used effectively in communicating to an audience. The muscle located between the abdomen and the rib cage We use all of our articulators (lips,tongue,teeth,hard and soft palates,jaws muscles, and nasal passageways) in articulations. The amount of force you use in inhaling and exhaling. Projection is the placment and delivery of all the characteristics of an effective voice to communicate with your audience Controlled breathing will help you develop an effective voice onstage and provide the support you will need to sustain you through performances. projection The necessary process of inhaling and exhaling air to live ACCENT & ARTICULATION Accent is the manner in which people speak and the way words are pronounced in different parts of the word. The use of stress and emphasis contribute to a word's accent. How we sit and stand. The effective control of all voice elements and body movements. Poise can give you a calm confident manner Dialect and diaphragm and Diction A pronunciation of words from different languages blended together to form a distant language for a group of people You will be able to keep the members of an audience on the edge of theirs seats if you vary your pictch and exhabit flexibility Flexibilty and inflection The rising and falling of pitch. Inflection adds meaning color and rhythm to spoken word The process of varying inflections of the voice. Developing good diction is a valuabe tool for life and essential for the stage

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