Live sound problem area
Some of the problems with internal live sounds are reflections and standing waves generated by the size and shape of the room and the position of the stage in the room. This changes as the outdoor venue changes. Outdoor stage may have little or no reflection. If there is reflection, there is usually a longer delay before returning to the stage. Sometimes a particular frequency will reflect from some surface, but other frequencies will not be reflected to the same extent.
There are usually fewer questions to feed back on the outdoor outdoor stage. If there is a roof, it is usually higher than the club stage. In addition, there may be no walls or only the back wall to reflect the sound back to the microphone. An internal stage with tight walls and ceilings can reflect sound back to the microphone, and outside of this is usually not a problem.
The area that may be cancelled and strengthened depends on the location of the speaker. Outdoor sounds can be more predictable. If you use a stack on either side of the stage, including the submarine, there will be a strong low end in the center of the field, but there will also be a cancellation point in the center of each side, usually between the centerline and the stack. From the position directly in front of the two stacks, you can hear the actual balance of the mix.
What do you need for outdoor performance?
Depending on the style of music and the volume required, the sound system may require more power and more speakers for outdoor performances. You may also need to do something unwanted in the club venue. The outdoor stage is usually larger than the club's stage, so you won't lose it on the stage's vocal microphones and other on-site rides. If you have the right equipment, you can mix it outdoors easily because you don't have sound problems in the room.
You may need to enter each instrument and your vocal microphone. You may also benefit when you place an overhead microphone on the drum door.声The vocal cord microphone may flow into the club stage, but it may be lost on the outdoor stage. If you have microphones and channels available, you can also pick up each drum. Guitars and keyboards may need to be mixed for balance and dispersion. Many guitar speakers tend to be very smooth and the sound may fall off the axis depending on the frequency.
For large outdoor stages, the monitor system may also need to be stronger. Musicians may need more things to time in the monitor. Outdoor venues also require more monitor mixes. Often the four mixes work well for events outside the concert. The right side of the stage, the stage center stage, the left side of the stage and the drum sound mix will allow you to provide musicians with what they need to hear in most cases.
Have a good performance
I heard that many people said that they think it is difficult to perform outdoor performances. The real secret is to provide enough PA for the show and venue. I prefer to mix outdoors, but I have the necessary equipment for my work. Live stereo recordings of outdoor shows have enough microphones and equipment to be very good.