Sound 101 Basics of Live Sound Class

Sound 101 Basics of Live Sound Class
Basics of Live Sound is both an introduction to live audio engineering and an orientation to the Vera Project’s methods and equipment. Topics covered include an introduction to microphones and mic placement, signal paths, stands, cables, DI’s, snake, sub-snakes and etiquette for working with bands. This class is designed for both the novices and experts of all ages and will give an overview of how a show is run at the Vera Project from the sound crew’s point of view. Discover why the accommodating, open minded “Vera Attitude” of show production is appreciated worldwide.

Prerequisites: None
Class Size: Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 (note: class may be canceled or rescheduled if minimum not reached)

Cost: $35 (1/2 off for members) which can be paid through the website, via card over the phone (206.956.8372), or cash/check/card in person. (we ask for advance payments to guarantee spots in a class.)

After a person has completed Basics of Live Sound, they are eligible to act as a Sound Runner for any Vera Project shows, to sign up for the Vera Audio Committee email list, and take advantage of opportunities that arise for our tech volunteers (tours, field trips, internships, etc).

*Before you purchase a ticket* please read our cancellation policy.

 

UPCOMING 2019 DATES:

Wednesday, March 20 (5pm-7pm)
Saturday, April 6 (12pm-2pm)
Saturday, May 4 (12pm-2pm)
Wednesday, May 15 (5pm-7pm)
Saturday, June 1 (12pm-2pm)
Saturday, July 13 (12pm-2pm)
Wednesday, July 17 (5pm-7pm)
Saturday, August 3 (12pm-2pm)