Our sound board is an Allen and Heath GL2200, w/ 32 x 4 x 2
24 mic inputs (21 Channels coming from stage). This acts as the FOH & monitor mixer.
FOH is a 2-way stereo configuration (JBL JRX 125 – 1 per side), w/ 4 18″ subs. Monitor mixes are sent from the aux section of the mixer.
Aux1 – monitor floor wedge 1 Yamaha SM15V
Aux2 – monitor floor wedge 2 Yamaha SM15V
Aux3 – drum monitor, 2 JBL SF125 cabinets
FOH signal processing (Alesis & DBX compressors are set up for inserts on channels or busses):
DBX 231 stereo EQ FOH
DBX 231 stereo EQ Aux 1 & 2
DBX 215 EQ drum fill
TC Electronic – M-350
TC Electronic M-1
Stereo RNC 1773 Compressor
DBX 266XL dual channel Compressor/gate
DBX 166A dual channel Compressor/gate
Alesis 3630 dual channel Compressor/gate
6 Shure SM58
5 Shure SM57
1 Shure Beta 52
1 Shure Beta 58
1 Sennheiser 604
2 Audio Technica Pro37
1 Audix D6
6 channels of DI boxes (Behringer, ART, Horizon, Whirlwind)
Stage dimensions: 17′ deep / 15′ wide / 3′ high
There is a limited amount of space backstage. You may end up storing empty cases in your vehicle or trailer.
The live room is a good sounding room, and as such we rarely use drum overheads, hi hat mics, etc.
Sound check: We provide a full sound-check for the headliner, and the opening band will get a brief sound check before we open doors.
For touring engineers: Persons operating equipment of the Local 506 must be respectful of its limitations, and comply with the verbal input of the house engineer. Our house engineer has the discretion to pull any visiting engineer off the P.A. if deemed necessary to protect our equipment. Bands will be billed for damaged equipment in the appropriate circumstances.
Bands are responsible for any damage to but not limited to equipment including
microphones, stands, monitors, sound boards. Receipts for that night will be with
held from that nights settlement to cover the cost of any damage incurred.
Email Rusty Sutton, Chief Engineer
Email Glenn Boothe, Owner
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