Tag Archives: wireless mic

Labeling Wireless Microphone “Shoe Bags”

Often in theatre, shoe bags are used to deploy body pack style wireless microphones, as well as small props.  One issue I’ve had is labeling the shoe bag pockets with the actor/character name.  Since I use cloth shoe bags, gaff … Continue reading

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Wireless Microphone Body Pack Setup

When prepairing wireless microphone body packs for amature stage actors (ie. high school productions), here are a few things to make sure you do before handing off the microphone. Continue reading

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Wireless Mic Frequencies

With the ever changing legal landscape around available wireless frequencies for wireless microphones and related entertainment support wireless, here’s the most concise summary I have been able to glean from various articles in trade publications and the FCC.  Please email … Continue reading

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Theatre Tech Review – “Ghost” at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

This summer I took my annual theatre trip to NYC for my ongoing study of lighting and sound design at professional theatres. This year’s trip included “Tribes”, performed at the Barrow Street Theatre (see the previous post for the review … Continue reading

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