Jeroen van Vliet piano

Technical Rider – Jeroen van Vliet MOON TRIO

 

General:
Positioning – as seen from audience:
left: grand-piano / middle: drums / right: bassguitar

Piano – with FX
no mics in piano – a balanced & mixed stereo dry/wet-signal will be delivered
1 mic for anouncement
2 monitors – routed as left and right

Drums
default mics for close-miking
2 OH – mics
1 monitor

Bassguitar
2 DI’s
1 mic for amp
1 monitor

Note: we will need at least half an hour of setting-up and soundcheck, due to challenging eq of the piano

Technical Rider – Jeroen van Vliet’s trio OGU

 

General:
a good reverb for piano
at least 3 monitor-groups
4 monitors
Stage (as seen from audience):
(grand-)piano left, guitar mid, percussion right

Percussion:
2 overhead-mics
2 mics for close micing
1 monitor (at left-ear)

Guitar:
2 DI’s
1 monitor (in front)
a chair

Piano / keys:
2 mics
2 DI’s
1 monitor (at left-ear)

Technical Rider – Jeroen van Vliet’s Zeeland Suite Revisited

 

General:
General:


a good reverb
6 monitor-groups

6 monitors


where appropriate: beamer and screen

bass-amp
when necessary: guitar amp
6 music-stands

Stage, as seen from audience, from left to right:
back-row:

grand-piano, double bass, drums, guitar
front-row:
(bass-)clarinet, alto, tenor/soprano

Where stage is large enough, the group can form a half-circle,
as seen from audience, from left to right:
piano, bass, drums, guitar, (bass-)clarinet, alto, tenor/soprano

Piano:

2 mics

1 monitor (at left-ear)

Double-bass:
bass-amp
DI or mic for amp
1 monitor

Drums
set of mics for close miking if appropriate + OH mics
or: 2 OHs, mic for kick, mic for snare/hihat
1 monitor (at left ear)

Guitar:
when necessary: guitar amp
mic for amp
1 monitor

(Bass-)clarinet:
2 mics

Alto-saxophone:
1 mic

Tenor- and soprano saxophone:
1 mic

(hornplayers share 2 monitors)