SoniQ Empires provide as standard provide IEM's, backline, instrument amplification and microphones mixed with onstage x32 RACK. Stereo tails will be provided for installed systems unless otherwise agreed. The band provide touring FOH engineer who will mix from remote controller. We typically liaise with AV companies or installed systems manager to ensure suitable audio system in is provided.
A cue sheet will be provided to lighting engineer and adequate lighting system should be made available to deliver pop rock concert style lighting.
SoniQ Empires offer screen output synced to the bands performance for shows where screens are provided. If screens are installed please provide HDMI to the rear stage to connect video output to installed screens.
Minimum stage size: 24 feet wide x 12 feet deep (plus drum riser: 7 feet wide x 7 feet deep x 1 foot high) with backdrop across back of the stage.
Minimum stage size WITHOUT drum riser: 16ft wide x 12ft deep with backdrop across back of the stage.
Minimum of 4 13amp power sockets to be provided on the stage.
If any of these requirements can’t be met please contact us to arrange alternative set up options.
SoniQ Empires are a very visual group of entertainers and can only perform to the best of their ability if they have an adequately sized stage. They do not stand still.
Parking for a Van is required for duration the band is at venue. The band provide a lot of heavy backline and production equipment so sensible load in access should be available at the agreed load in and load out times. If there are stairs or long walks for venue access please arrange crew to assist load in and load out and inform band management in advance.
ENGINEERS PLEASE NOTE ALL THE ABOVE IS REQUIRED WITHOUT EXCEPTION. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUERIES REGARDING THE PA SPECIFICATION PLEASE get in touch via Contact form.
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