The installed sound system at TCAN was designed to deliver state-of-the-art sound to the listener in any seat and excellent monitoring for the performer. The sound system is maintained by a house sound engineer. TCAN can provide a professional audio engineer to mix FOH/monitors or performers are invited to bring their own audio engineer, if desired, who will be supported by TCAN staff.
FRONT OF HOUSE (Stereo L & R mains, out fills in summed mono)
SPEAKERS: (3) D&B Audiotechnik Q10 mains, (1) D&B Audiotechnik 10S-D side fill, (1) D&B Audiotechnik E-6 center fill (all flown); (2) Meyer Sound 500-HP active subwoofers
POWER AMPS/SYSTEM PROCESSING: (3) D&B Audiotechnik D-6 two-channel amplifier/processors
CONSOLE: Midas M32 digital console. 40 input channels, 32 Midas microphone preamplifiers, 25 mix busses (details here: http://www.midasconsoles.com/products/index.php?M32)
OUTBOARD: TC Electronic M-One dual engine digital effects processor, TC Electronic D-Two multi-tap rhythm delay unit
OTHER: TASCAM CD RW900 Stereo CD Recorder/Player; 32 channel Main XLR audio snake with 8 XLR returns; (2) 12-input XLR Stage sub-snakes
STAGE MONITORS: (6) Yorkville TM12, (1) EAW LA215 available on 6 separate mixes
POWER AMPS: (2) QSC PL236 2 channel amplifiers, (1) Crest Audio CA9 2 channel amplifier
DYNAMIC: (3) Shure SM58, (2) Shure Beta 58A, (4) SM57, Shure Beta 52
CONDENSER: Neumann KMS 105, (2) Shure KSM 109, (2) Shure Beta 87A, (3) Crown CM31, Rode NT-4 Stereo X-Y (installed in front of stage)
WIRELESS: (4) Shure PGX24/58
DRUM MICS: Digital Reference: KX1 Kick, (3) STX1 Cardioid Dynamic, (2) HX1 Condenser
DIRECT BOXES: (2) Countryman Type 10 active; Radial AV2 stereo passive; (3) Whirlwind passive; (4) generic passive
BASS AMPS: Ampeg SVT-CL all tube head (300 watts) SVT 410HLF 4x10” cabinet; Gallien-Krueger Backline 2x10” combo bass amp (175w)
GUITAR AMP: Fender '65 Twin Reverb Blackface Reissue tube guitar amp (85w)
KEYBOARD: Yamaha Motif XF8 88-key Synthesizer Workstation
PIANO: 7' 6" Yamaha C7 Concert Grand Piano*
*NOTE: Yamaha Grand Piano resides on the stage. The piano will remain on stage for all performances unless TCAN management provides express, written approval at least two weeks in advance of the performance to have the piano removed from the stage. Expenses to have the piano taken off stage may be borne by the artist.
For music equipment needs not met by our in-house inventory, The Center for Arts in Natick works with our partner Bergsten Music in Hingham, MA. Bergsten Music provides pro-sound and backline rentals including guitars, keyboards and amplifiers; drum kits and percussion, microphones, stage lighting and other essentials. Artists may visit Bergsten Music online at bergstenmusic.com.
The stage is 25’ x 12’ and is raised approximately 19” off the floor. Due to headroom issues, TCAN does not provide or accommodate any risers.
NOTE: No PA or lighting equipment maybe be used as a substitute, or supplement, to TCAN house systems without the prior express approval of venue management. Questions related to audio equipment should be referred to TCAN's house sound engineer, Joe Idzal at email@example.com.
Updated August 2015