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GETTING STARTED GUIDE TO RIGGING IN THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

PABLO MORENO

Rigging is the English term for working at height in the entertainment industry. The assembly of stages, lights and structures for live sound. AFIAL, the association of manufacturers and importers of professional sound, spectacular lighting and auxiliary equipment, has published the 'Beginner's Guide to Rigging in the Entertainment Industry'.

From the hand of a long-time professional such as Pablo Moreno, the guide describes in a simple and very colloquial language the work elements, the applicable regulations and reviews all the safety aspects to take into account.

SYNOPSIS

Get to know the main sections covered in the 'Beginner's Guide to Rigging in the Entertainment Industry'!

WORK TEAMS

Hoists, controls, towers, wiring, trusses...

TYPES OF LOADS

Uniform, punctual, cantilevered and external.

INSPECTIONS

Pre-use, periodic, exhaustive, maintenance...

TERMINOLOGY

Vocabulary used to write the guide.

BASIC GUIDE TO RADIO FREQUENCY AUDIO SYSTEMS

JAVIER G. ISEQUILLA

A necessary text in the audio sector in which the rules of the game change and evolve to the rhythm of the regulations. The author of the work is Javier G. Isequilla, a renowned professional in the world of audio.

The guide includes a necessary theoretical base as well as a multitude of real cases of assembly and the most frequent errors to avoid.

Professionals of all levels within the audio sector will find invaluable information on such crucial issues as cabling or the choice of antennas.

BASIC SOUND GUIDE. LIVE SYSTEMS

JULIÁN ZAFRA

The domain of a sound system is complex, since it involves a large chain of factors and equipment.

Sound engineer Julián Zafra offers the keys in this new guide. Julián Zafra is one of those professionals committed not only to technology but not also with knowledge. To his prolific experience in the field of music, audio, creation or production, to name a few, is added his vocation to share his accumulated baggage over many years of professional career.

SYNOPSIS

Get to know the main sections that are covered in the 'Basic sound guide. Live systems'!

ORIGINS AND BASIC PRINCIPLES

History of sound systems and previous aspects to consider.

TYPES OF WIRING AND EQUIPMENT

Types of wiring and live audio system elements.

SPEAKERS AND PA SYSTEMS

Speaker systems and PA system setups.

SUBGRAVES AND SUBGRAVES ARRANGEMENTS

Systems, Broadside arrays, Cardioid subs, Arc subs...

SHOWS

Assembly and personnel required for direct.

PLUS!

Terminology and Recommended Reading.

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