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Stage Monitor System - The Stage Monitoring System - Monitors Mixed From Front of House
... The more common monitor system is one that uses one or more separate auxiliary mixes or sub-mixes on the FOH mixing board ... These mixes then drive dedicated monitor equalizers and signal processors which in turn drive dedicated monitor amplifiers which power the monitor speakers ... located in the audience who also adjusts the monitor mix for the performers ...
Stage Monitor System - The Stage Monitoring System
... The monitor system consists of the monitor mix, equalization or other signal processing, amplifiers, and monitor speakers on stage pointing at the performers ...
Monitor, Indiana - Geography
... Monitor is located at 40°25'11" North, 86°45'24" West (40.419722, -86.756667) and has an elevation of approximately 589 feet ...
Monitor Group
... Monitor Group (informally Monitor, legally Monitor Company Group LP) was a multinational management consulting firm headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States and with 27 offices in 26 major cities ... On November 7, 2012, Monitor Group filed for bankruptcy protection as part of a deal to be acquired by Deloitte ... Monitor specialized in providing strategy consultation services to the senior management of organizations and governments ...
Stage Monitor System - History
... Using monitor loudspeakers may have been developed independently by sound engineers in different cities who were trying to resolve this problem during the 1960s ... was used specifically as a stage monitor was for Judy Garland at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium on September 13, 1961 ... Early stage monitors were simply speakers on each side of the stage pointed at the performers driven by the same mix as the FOH because PA mixers rarely had auxiliary send mixes ...

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