Scofield – Mehldau – Guiliana

Scofield – Mehldau – Guiliana
CONTRACT RIDER
Scofield – Mehldau – Guiliana
ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read this rider carefully. It is part of the attached contract for LONGSOLO, INC. and Brad Mehldau Music LLC
(who’s company, contractors, agents, employees, licensees and designees are hereafter referred to as “PRODUCER”) furnishing
the services of Scofield Mehldau Guiliana (hereinafter referred to as “ARTIST”). By signing it, you are agreeing to supply
ARTIST with production and proper working conditions essential to performance. Any breach of the terms and conditions of this
rider is a breach of the contract and may cause ARTIST to refuse to perform without releasing PURCHASER from his obligation
to pay PRODUCER. If ARTIST elects to perform notwithstanding a breach of this agreement by PURCHASER, the
performance by ARTIST shall not constitute a waiver of any claim PRODUCER may waive for damages or otherwise.
A.
Al.
ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION
ARTIST is to receive 100% star billing on all publicity releases and paid advertisement including - without limitations programs, electronic media, flyers, signage, newspaper advertisements, marquees, tickets, radio spots, TV spots, etc.
unless otherwise authorized in writing by PRODUCER. Billing on all advertising and publicity materials must appear as
follows:
Scofield Mehldau Guiliana (100%)
A2.
PURCHASER agrees to use only artwork, ad mats, photos and/or promotional materials provided or approved by
PRODUCER. Publicity photos, bios and other assets can be downloaded from www.imnworld.com/bradmheldau and
www.imnworld.com/johnscofield PURCHASER shall supply all publicity and marketing materials to PRODUCER for
review and approval prior to PURCHASER’s print deadlines and/or online launches. ALL PUBLICITY AND
MARKETING MATERIALS ARE TO BE REVIEWED BY MANAGEMENT, BEFORE BEING PRINTED OR
LAUNCHED ON WEBSITES, WITHOUT QUESTION.
A3.
In the condition that PURCHASER is distributing PROGRAM NOTES at the performance described herein, only
program notes provided directly by the ARTIST’S management, IMN, shall be used. The exact copy of these notes
may be translated from English to the local language, but only with written authorization by IMN Management before
the final version is printed. All program notes must be approved by IMN Management, prior to publication of the
materials – without exception.
IMN Management: Tom Korkidis – tom@imnworld.com
A4.
PURCHASER agrees not to commit ARTIST to any personal appearances, interviews or other promotional event or
appearance without prior written consent from PRODUCER.
A5.
ABSOLUTELY NO PHOTOS DURING THE SOUNDCHECK OR PERFORMANCE WILL BE ALLOWED
BY THE PRESS OR PATRONS.
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Promoter
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Artist
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B.
PRODUCTION, INSURANCE AND PAYMENTS
B1.
PURCHASER shall not allow audience to enter place of performance until technical set-up has been completed.
ARTIST shall complete said setup one hour prior to time of performance or at a mutually agreeable time. ARTIST
requires a minimum one (1) hour sound check after completion of load in and set up. When a tour manager and/or sound
engineer travels with ARTIST, set up must be arranged one hour before sound check with ARTIST. Festival producers
are required to comply with this policy unless otherwise agreed in writing with PRODUCER.
B2.
PURCHASER agrees that there shall be no signs, placards or other advertising materials on or near the stage during the
entire performance. ARTIST'S appearance shall not be sponsored by, or in any other way tie-in with, any political
candidate, commercial product or business.
B3.
THERE CAN BE NO OPENING ACT
B4.
Audio or visual recordings of rehearsal, sound check or performance shall only be permitted with PRODUCER’s prior
written consent.
PURCHASER shall not permit and will prevent:
(a). The recording, filming, taping, videotaping or any broadcast of the ARTIST'S performance or any portion
thereof without the PRODUCER’s written approval. PURCHASER will deny entrance to any person(s)
carrying tape or video recording equipment. PURCHASER shall announce such policy prior to performance
while making the introductions, as well as to announce that no smoking or cameras are permitted during
performance, and such announcement shall stipulate that this policy is that of the venue. PRODUCER must
approve any other remarks and all introductions made from the stage.
(b). The manufacture, distribution, and/or sale of any and all souvenir items associated with the ARTIST or
performance without PRODUCER’s prior written approval. No product, service, or publication utilizing the
name or likeness of ARTIST may be produced, sold, or distributed without the prior written consent of
PRODUCER.
B5.
In the condition that ARTIST brings merchandise for sale PURCHASER shall provide qualified sales personnel with a
cash bank and receive no greater than 20% commission on the net selling proceeds.
B6.
A representative of the ARTIST shall have the right to be present in the box office prior to and during the performance
and intermission periods, and such representative shall be given full access to all box office sales and shall otherwise be
permitted to reasonably satisfy himself as to the gross gate receipts, (and expenditures if required) at each performance
there under.
B7.
PURCHASER will make available thirty (30) complimentary tickets per show to ARTIST for their sole use. Seats must
be in preferred locations. ARTIST will contact the box office no later than one hour prior to the concert in the cm of
unused tickets. If this is a compensation bonus or percentage based income then PURCHASER agrees to distribute no
more than thirty (30) additional complimentary tickets to each show.
B8.
PURCHASER shall indemnify and hold ARTIST, its contractors, agents, employees, licensees and designees harmless
from and against any loss, damage, or expense, including reasonable attorney's fees incurred, suffered by or threatened
against PURCHASER in connection with any claim for personal injury or property damage, brought by or on behalf of
any party in connection with the engagement.
B9.
(a)
PURCHASER hereby warrants and represents that it has and will maintain in force a
comprehensive general liability insurance policy with _____________________ licensed to do business in the
State / Country of __________________________________. Policy No. ___________________ provides
coverage of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence / $2,000,000 aggregate containing all broad form CGL
extensions and Non-Owned / Hired Automobile Liability and $5,000,000 Umbrella Liability insurance.
(b)
PURCHASER further warrants and represents that said insurance policy shall name ARTIST, its contractors,
agents, employees, licensees and designees as additional insured parties for the full period of the engagement,
including any rehearsal period and post production periods.
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Promoter
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Artist
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(c)
All premiums for such insurance shall be paid on a timely basis by PURCHASER, who also hereby indemnifies
and agrees to defend and hold harmless ARTIST and its contractors, agents, employees, licensees and designees
from and against any claims, costs, (including attorney's fees and court costs) expenses, damages, liabilities,
losses or judgments arising out of, or in connection with, any claim, demand or action made by any third party,
if such are sustained as a direct or indirect result of the engagement. PURCHASER shall also hold harmless
ARTIST and its contractors, agents, employees, licensees and designees from and against any and all loss,
damage and/or destruction occurring to its and/or its contractors, agents, employees, licensees and designees
instruments and equipment at the place of the engagement, including but not limited to, damages, loss or
destruction caused by Act of God. The insurance liability of the ARTIST shall be limited only to claims from
its employees and does not apply to the PURCHASER’S employees.
(d)
The PURCHASER further warrants and represents that it maintains at all times, during the term of this
agreement, Workers Compensation Insurance, including Employers Liability Coverage for its employees and
others who are involved in the installation, operation and/or maintenance of the equipment provided by
PRODUCER, lighting suppliers and sound suppliers. The said certificates must be presented to the
PRODUCER upon request.
B10.
Nothing contained in this agreement shall be construed to constitute a partnership or joint venture, and PRODUCER
shall not be liable, in whole or in part for any obligation that may be incurred by PURCHASER in carrying out any of
the provisions hereof, or otherwise. Further, PURCHASER warrants and represents that he/she has the legal capacity to
enter into this contract.
B11.
This agreement may not be changed, modified or altered except by an instrument in writing by both parties. This
agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any claim or
dispute arising out of or relating to this agreement or the breach thereof shall be settled by arbitration in The
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
B12.
Any proposed additional terms and conditions, which may be affixed to this contract by PURCHASER does not become
part of this contract until signed by PRODUCER.
B13.
PURCHASER at his/her sole expense shall obtain licenses, permits, or other approval required from any union, public
authority, performing rights society or other entity having jurisdiction with respect to the engagement, and shall comply
with and fulfill all terms and conditions set forth therein. PURCHASER also agrees to secure any and all immigration
clearances if concert is held outside of the United States and bear any costs incurred, including but not limited to
application fees, consular fees, duplication, couriers and expediting agents.
B14.
If State, Local or Federal Tax is to be withheld for this engagement, PURCHASER shall furnish PRODUCER with a
copy of the tax law dictating this policy. This copy must be returned with the signed contracts for this engagement.
PURCHASER must also furnish PRODUCER with an official documentation requiring tax deduction receipt claiming
the amount to be withheld on the night of the performance. Any tax paid must be documented by official receipt and
forwarded to PRODUCER no later than 30 days from receipt.
ARTIST’S obligation to perform shall be excused if ARTIST, or any of his group or essential crew, is unable to perform
as a result of illness or injury; detention resulting from inability to obtain reasonable modes of transportation; riots or
other civil strife; strikes or other forms of labor disputes; epidemics; an act or order of any public authority or court; any
act of God; or any other cause beyond ARTIST'S reasonable control. In such event, ARTIST will not be required to
perform and shall return to PURCHASER any deposits paid, less costs incurred by ARTIST and neither party shall be
under any other obligation to each other. Notwithstanding anything contained herein, inclement weather shall not be
deemed a Force Majeure occurrence, except by act of civil authority, and PURCHASER shall remain liable for payment
of the full contracted guarantee, even if the performance(s) called for herein are prevented by such weather conditions.
PRODUCER shall have the sole right to determine in good faith whether any such weather conditions shall render the
performance(s) impossible, hazardous or unsafe.
B15.
B16.
PURCHASER agrees that PRODUCER may cancel the engagement hereunder by giving PURCHASER written notice
thereof at least forty-five (45) days prior to the commencement of engagement if ARTIST shall be called upon to render
services in connection with motion pictures or television if engagement hereunder conflicts therewith.
C. TRAVEL AND HOSPITALITY REQUIREMENTS
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Promoter
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Artist
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C1.
PURCHASER shall provide travel, hotel, dressing room, catering and all other required hospitality at PURCHASER’s
sole expense and at no cost to the ARTIST. Travel and hospitality requirements contained in attachment(s) hereto
become a part thereof.
D. TECHNICAL AND SOUND REQUIREMENTS
D1.
PURCHASER shall provide backline, sound, lights, and all other required equipment at PURCHASER’s sole expense
and at no cost to the ARTIST. Technical and sound requirements contained in attachment(s) hereto become a part
thereof.
This Agreement shall be effective only when signed by PURCHASER and returned to ARTIST’s booking agency. All
attachments and addendum are considered a part of this contract rider and are binding.
AGREED AND ACCEPTED
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PURCHASER
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ARTIST
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DATE
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DATE
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Promoter
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C. TRAVEL AND HOSPITALITY REQUIREMENTS
C2
PURCHASER TO PROVIDE AND PAY FOR:
GROUND TRANSPORTATION for a minimum of four (4) personnel plus luggage and instruments/instrument cases
between airport, hotel, concert venue, and return to airport upon departure.
We require a FULL SIZED LUXURY SUV or a luxury van with extended cargo area. SCHEDULING MUST BE
APPROVED BY ARTIST’S MANEGEMENT PRIOR TO BOOKING.
C3
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS, a 5-star hotel, a minimum of two (2) non-smoking suites (no junior suites will be
agreed to), with separated sitting room and bedroom, and two (2) additional non-smoking king single room with large
bed (no double bed) with a full gym and wireless internet is required. The room shall be available until the day after the
performance with the ARTIST to comply with check-out times and hotel rules. The PURCHASER shall not be
responsible for any extra charges during the stay of the ARTIST. Please, try to arrange an early check-in when the
transport schedule makes it necessary.
Hotel recommendation (Please provide two):
Name_________________________________________URL____________________________________
Name_________________________________________URL____________________________________
C4
DRESSING ROOMS SUFFICIENT FOR FOUR PERSONNEL preferably two well furnished rooms within easy
access to clean and private lavatories. Towels shall be provided for ARTIST'S use in dressing rooms and on stage.
C5
SECURITY shall be provided at all times to insure the safety of the ARTIST'S personal instruments and personal
property from the beginning of load-in to completion of load-out. The entire stage and backstage must be kept free of all
non-critical personnel before, during, and following the performance.
C6
HOSPITALITY
Upon arrival at the venue refreshments in quantities sufficient for four (4) persons. BAND REQUESTS (AND
APPRECIATES) THAT ALL FOOD AND BEVERAGE ITEMS SERVED BE NATURAL, FRESH AND AS FREE
FROM PROCESSING AS POSSIBLE (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE DIET COKE)
Cold Beverages consisting of:
Fruit juices
Soft Drinks
Perrier (or equivalent)
Evian (or equivalent)
Ice
Diet Coke
Fresh brewed hot coffee and Espresso Machine with adequate capsules
skim milk and whole milk
Fresh hot tea with lemons and sugar
Whole wheat & French breads
Organic Peanut Butter
Sandwich meats
Vegetables & fruits (must include apples)
Hummus
Assorted Cheeses
All necessary condiments and tableware. All food must be set up in a separate dining area accessible to musicians only.
HOT MEAL after sound-check or after performance (ARTIST’S preference) to serve four (4) persons. or up to six (6)
when the artists travel with a tour bus (Drivers). Dinners should be fresh, high quality food consisting of chicken or fish, and
vegetarian with a choice of potatoes, rice, pasta, vegetables, salad, and beverages.
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO PROVIDE ONE (1) QUALITY MEAT OPTION (CHICKEN OR FISH) FOR
MR. SCOFIELD and ONE (1) QUALITY VEGETARIAN MEAL OPTIONS FOR MR MEHLDAU.
PLEASE NOTE THAT A VEGETARIAN MEAL DOES NOT INCLUDE FISH AND MUST COMPLY
WITH THE NEEDS OF A BALANCED DIET (Eating only vegetables is not an option).
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Promoter
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Artist
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MEAL BUYOUT: If promoter is not providing a hot meal a buyout of 40EUR per person should be
Amount to be paid to road manager upon arrival at venue.
provided.
Suggestions of Vegetarian Restaurants/Meals:
The band, even the non-vegetarians, will be happy in Indian, Lebanese, Moroccan, Thai or Vietnamese restaurants
if they are of good quality and have enough vegetarian options)
If the Promoter is Providing Meals:
Please don't use animal or fish based stocks or sauces
Use spices (in moderate quantities) and herbs, onions, garlic to elaborate tasty dishes (oregano, sage, thyme,
rosemary, cumin, etc.)
Sample Menu of a Quality Vegetarian Meal (SUGGESTIONS):
Please always have portions of lentils, chickpeas, beans and peas, as well as, grains (brown rice, quinoa, etc). The
combination of a variety of fresh vegetables (especially dark leafy greens, carrots, peppers, broccoli, etc), alongside
grains and legumes will provide a balanced meal.
Starters/Side dishes:
- Vegetable soup without cream
- Crispy vegetable julienne with ginger and
carrot coating
- Wild mushrooms in puff pastry
- Hummus
- Roasted Eggplant or zucchini spread with
pita bread
Main Dishes:
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Tofu or setan dishes
Vegetable curry
Lentil curry
Potato curry
Ratatouille
Mixed vegetable rice pilaf
Potatoes or other vegetables stuffed with baby
spinach and tofu
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Guacamole with multi-grain bread
Vegetable mousse or cake
Vegetable Samosas
Mixed salad with roasted seeds
Lentil dishes
Italian vegetable antipasti
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Grilled vegetables with soy
Vegetarian couscous
Tajins
Buck wheat cooked with fresh cheese
Pasta (lasagna, ravioli, tortellini, gnocchi,
etc.) stuffed with ricotta cheese and spinach
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Promoter
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D. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS, SOUND REQUIREMENTS
Purchaser shall provide the following band equipment at his sole expense and at no cost to the ARTIST.
D1.
Stage size to be no less than 25 ft (10m) wide by 20 ft (7m) deep. Professionally qualified technical
staff for all lighting and sound systems under the sole direction of ARTIST from load-in and sound
check, through performance, and load-out. On-site PURCHASER'S representative to be available from
load-in and sound check and must have the authority to act and make decisions on the PURCHASER'S
behalf.
D2.
BACKLINE
FOR JOHN SCOFIELD:
Two (2) VOX AC30 (TB model only) guitar amplifiers
One (1) Ampeg SVT Amplifier head
One (1) Ampeg 4 X 10" bass cabinet
1 straight large tripod mic stand (for electric bass support system, provided by artist)
Please, contact management directly to discuss alternatives
FOR BRAD MEHLDAU:
One (1) Steinway or Yamaha B size or upright piano tuned to A440 prior to sound check and with
working sustain pedal. Any other quality upright or longer tuned piano can work.
One (1) perfectly maintained, prepared and tuned Fender Rhodes Mark 1 with sustain pedal.
There must be a technician capable of adjusting the instrument if necessary
This keyboard must be in excellent condition, and comply with the following conditions :
- Be in tune (A 440)
- Have all notes working
- Have all dampers working,
- Have the sustain pedal active on all notes,
- Have all notes balanced in volume level
- Have an equal action on each note
- Have a good dynamic and make sure that all notes sound even when the key is pressed very gently.
- Be free of extraneous noises (buzz, hums, etc) and shall deliver enough power without having to put
the level at maximum.
One (1) Fender Twin Reverb Amplifier
One mini mixer (3 balanced mic input needed) with phantom power, at least one high and one low
shelving plus one mid range parametric eq. Mixer to be at keyboard position, on the piano (please
protect the top of the piano) or on a music stand
8 X¼” cables 10'/3 m
2 X¼” cables 3"/1 m
2 split cables XLR female to two XLR male
2 X 10‘ / 3 m midi cables
If the piano is not upright, the Moog "Little Phaty" (see below) will be set on top of the piano.
Otherwise, provide one (1) Professional Double X keyboard stands or similar.
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NO
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Please, note that we provide two keyboards, One "Prophet 8" and one Moog "Little Phatty".
The “Prophet” 8 keyboard needs to be set up on top of the Fender Rhode. To make it stable, a bar of
wood will be taped with gaffer tape on top of the Rhode. Both keyboards take universal power (230 or
110 V).
The Moog "Little Phatty" is a small keyboard, 26.75"/68 cm large. Please, make sure that the keyboard will fit
on the double X stand.
There must be a fully adjustable keyboard bench, like the model below (no need to go very low):
FOR MARK GUILIANA:
Artist is endorsed by Gretsch drums, Sabian cymbals, Evans drum heads, and Vic Firth sticks.
DRUMS:
Gretsch - USA Custom or Brooklyn Series
(2nd choice: Yamaha - Maple Custom Absolute)
22" X 16" or 22 X 18" bass drum. Pillow or blanket inside the bass drum.
Two (2) 14" x 5" snare drums
One (1) 12" x 8" rack tom
One (1) 16" x 16" floor tom (WITH LEGS)
HEADS:
Evans
Bass drum - clear EMAD on batter side, FRONT HEAD WITH HOLE
Snares - coated G1 on top (or Remo coated Ambassador)
Toms - clear G2's (or clear Remo Emperor, 2 ply necessary) on top, clear G1 (or clear Remo Ambassador) on
bottom.
HARDWARE:
Yamaha
Four (4) cymbal stands (with boom arm)
Three (3) snare drum stands, one for the 12" tom, one capable of going as low as 16"/40 cm (support base of the
snare).
One (1) hi hat stand
One (1) Yamaha bass drum pedal
One (1) drum throne/seat
MISCELLANEOUS:
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One small, low support 55 h X 50 l X 30 w (cm) /22 X 20 X 12 (inches). Usually, the top of a standard Fender
Twin flight case is ideal, otherwise a standard piano bench can work or any support with the sizes above. To be
placed at Mark Guiliana left side
One (1) 9 V battery
One roll of gaffer tape to fix volume and sustain pedals on the floor.
One solid music stand
D3.
STAGE HANDS
A minimum of two (2), stagehands is required for load-in and load-out
D4.
LIGHTING SYSTEM
Highest professional quality Stage, Lighting System with a standard assortment of bright colored gels
on independently controlled instruments, to be operated by professionally qualified technicians under
the sole direction of ARTIST during sound check and performance. Once the lighting is set, it is not
to be altered during the performance : lighting will be completely static : no moving lights, no
color changes from song to song, no smoke. NO FOLLOW SPOTS WILL BE PERMITTED
D5.
SOUND SYSTEM
A sound check is mandatory. A house electrician and engineer must be available throughout the entire
sound check and performance; Sound system must be operable at least three (3) hours prior to doors
opening and available for sound check. ARTIST must have sound check as late as possible prior to
opening of venue to audience. If there are other bands on the show, then ARTIST is to have the last
sound check.
A concert sound system of sufficient size, sophistication and quality to deliver to all members of the
audience (including sound reinforcement to balcony if any) an amplified blend of ARTIST’S music
(including all instruments) free of distortion, feedback, and extraneous noises to the satisfaction of the
ARTIST or the ARTIST’S representative. Said sound system must consist of the following:
D6.
HOUSE CONSOLE
1. The house console should have a clear view of the stage and be placed as close to the center
of the audience as possible, approximately 2/3 of the distance from the stage to the back of the
house and never in a booth or under balcony). When the concert is outdoor, the console shall NOT
be near a noisy area like bars, kitchens or street areas.
2. Console must be professional and have a minimum of thirty-two (32) Input, 8 Sub-master with
channel and sub-master inserts, VCAs,. 4 band FULLY parametric EQ (with Q) for each channel, 48 volt
phantom power and a minimum of 6 aux sends. Preferences: Console must be Midas, Yamaha,
Soundcraft or equal or superior quality. Digital console are welcome if they meet high standards (Midas,
Yamaha (no LS 9 or 01V), Digico, Soundcraft, Innovason…). Please avoid Allen and Heath digital
consoles !
D7.
PROCESSING
1. Two (2) independent reverberation units T.C Electronics M 6000 - M 5000 – M 4000, Lexicon 960,
480, PCM 91, 90, 70…
2. Five (5) professional channels compression (DBX 160, Drawmer) to be inserted on drum channel as
per channels list, (No DBX 166 or Beringer),
3. Five (5) Noise gate channel to be inserted on the Snare 2, Tom and Rhode channel.
NB, for channels 3,5 and !, compresseur units having a gate function are OK.
4. One (1) talk back mic to stage
5. One (1) CD player
6. Drive rack, as said previously : active crossovers, or drive units pertaining to PA. one (1) stereo
1/3octave EQ, must be Klark Teknik, TC electronic, XTA, Apex, BSS or of comparable quality. All
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delay stacks will have their own 1/3 octave EQ, located at the mixer and will be sent from the desk
through matrix. All master outputs must have the possibility to be delayed.
7. Please, leave some space for a 3 units rack and a computer next to the console, along with electric
socket.
On the console, please provide 2 aux sends and 4 aux returns cables (balanced jack inputs ans outputs on
the rack), 1 stereo output (Matrix) for recording and one stereo input to play music.
COMMUNICATIONS
Headset or handheld communication system with stations at FOH & Monitor desks.
D8.
MICROPHONES
See stage plot and patch list attached
D9.
MONITOR CONSOLE
1. A minimum of 24 channels with five (5) separate mixes
2. Each channel shall have sweepable EQ
3. Each mix should have 1/3 octave EQ
D10. MONITOR SPEAKERS
Six (6) identical high quality amplified monitor wedges with 1x 15" or 1 x 12" speaker and 1x 2"
compression driver. 15" monitor preferable for Mark Guiliana. Please note that Brad Mehldau
monitors are stereo, not linked.
Preferred brands include Clair Brothers, L-Acoustic, APG, D&B, EAW, Meyer, Martin. One (1) more
similar amplified monitor will be needed for the engineer when a monitor console is used.
D11. MISC.
Three (3) power drops with sufficient length and plugs to reach anywhere within the stage area to power
band equipment. (3 plugs at guitar pedal board position, 3 plugs at bass and guitar amp position, 6 plugs
at keyboard position and 3 at drum position, see stage plot)
Five (5) US to local AC plug adaptors (if concert is in Europe). All instruments provided by artists
accept universal power (110 to 240 V AC).
2 balanced return lines from FOH (effect send) to monitor mixer, to be mixed in the monitoring system.
AGREED AND ACCEPTED
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ARTIST
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INFORMATION LIST
The following information list is to be completed ASAP and sent with the contracts
1) DATE OF PERFORMANCE
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CITY
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a. Name of venue
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b. Address
_____________________________________________________
c. Production Phone #
_____________________________________________________
d. Production Fax #
_____________________________________________________
2) Name and Contact info. for PRODUCTION MGR
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3) Name and Contact info. for TECHNICAL DIR.
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4) Name and Contact info. for SOUND ENGINEER
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5) Name and Contact info. for ELECTRICIAN
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6) Name and Contact info. for ARTIST SERVICES
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7) STAGE DIMENSIONS:
Depth
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Width
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Height: Stage to Ceiling
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Height: Stage
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8) Time of Performance______________
Time of Soundcheck (if scheduled)_____________
9) Other bands playing before and after ARTIST ______________________________________
Their Show and S/C times ______________________________________
10) Please provide detailed information regarding loading dock / backstage door for arrival of ARTIST on back
of information sheet.
Please send / fax Technical Information and Artist Guide if available. A map of the
area is also MOST HELPFUL. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR HELPING TO
MAKE THE SHOW A GREAT SUCCESS!
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John Scofield, Brad Mehldau, Mark Guiliana - mic list and stage plot
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12" tom
Floor tom 16"
OH L
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Fender Rhode
Piano Mic
Piano Pick up
Piano FX L
Piano FX R
Prophet 8 L
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Moog Phatty
Bass
Guitar 1
Guitar 2
Pads Mark L
Pads Mark R
Talk mic Brad
Talk mic John
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Rack 1 L
Rack 1 R
Rack 2 L
Rack 2 R
CD L
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AKG D112, Beyer 88, Audix D6, Shure B52, Shure SM 91
SM 57…
SM 57…
Neumann KM 140, 184, Shure SM 81, KSM 141, AKG 451
SM 98, Beta 98, Sennheiser 604, 904…
SM 98, Beta 98, Sennheiser 604, 904, 421…
Neuman KM 140, 184, Shure KSM 141, SM 81, AKG 460, 451
Neuman KM 140, 184, Shure KSM 141, SM 81, AKG 460, 451
DI
DPA 4099, SM 91-SM 57 (only 57 if upright piano)
Barcus Berry, Provided
XLR (Pick up and Line 6 unit provided by band)
XLR (Pick up and Line 6 unit provided by band)
DI
DI
DI
DI
Sennheiser 609/906 - Sennheiser 441, MD 421 - SM 57
AKG C 414, Shure KSM 32
DI, at drumer's position, on his left side
DI, at drumer's position, on his left side
SM 58
SM 58
TC M 6000 - M 5000 - M 4000 or Lexicon PCM 70 - 90 - 91…
TC M 6000 - M 5000 - M 4000 or Lexicon PCM 70 - 90 - 91…
Rack with balanced jack output
Rack with balanced jack output
Rack with balanced jack output
Rack with balanced jack output
Insertion
Comp
Comp
Comp-Gate
Comp-Gate
Comp-Gate
Comp-Gate
Gate
Comp
Comp
VCA
NO
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2&3
2&3
2&3
2&3
2
2
2
4
4
Mic stand
Small
Small
Small
Small
Small
Boom
Boom
1 John Scofield
2 Brad Mehldau
3 Mark Guillana
Guitar
Keyboards
Drum
The prophet 8, Moog Phatty, laptop, Barcus Berry and
Line 6 unit are provided by us
Monitoring at keyboard position is stereo
Small
Small
Boom
Boom
5
5
6
6
7
7
Audio Engineer, tour Manager, Vincent Rousseau,
+ 33 682 085 201 - vincentrousseau2@gmail.com
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John Scofield, Brad Mehldau, Mark Guiliana - mic list and stage plot
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