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Mixing a Musical by Shannon Slaton

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INDEX

1099 tax forms, 97

“A” cities, 51

A1 (head sound)

See also musicals, mixing

general discussion, 3, 32–36

history of position, 17–18

role in load-in, 139

role in prep period, 71

role in tech period

console programming, 175–178

Control Groups, 170–175

DCAs, 170–175

importance of script, 166–170

playback programming, 178–179

VCAs, 170–175

sound in position versus rest of house, 162

A2 (deck sound)

general discussion, 36–42

microphone placement techniques, 181

A/B sound systems, 190–191

accuracy in equipment lists, 66–69, 68f, 74, 83, 104–105

actors

monitor mix requirements by, 6–9

placing mics on, 181–184

Actors’ Equity Association (AEA or Equity), 92, 136–137, 153

AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations), ...

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