How to make your great sound sound great on the Ashkenaz stage:

Send your stage plot right away to Chris Miner, Production Manager: , with the date of your performance in the subject line. 

Below are our live audio production resources and backline resources. When you send your stage plot to the Production Manager, please communicate any additional production and backline needs at least one week before your performance.

cost will be subtracted from band payout as house expense

Guitar amp $25.00

Bass rig (amp & cabinet) $25.00

Keyboard amp $25.00

Drum kit (includes setup) $50.00

Everything $100.00

Piano (no charge)

Meyer Sound PA
Analog Midas Venice 320 mixing console.

Shure SM58 x7
Shure SM57 x3
Shure Beta 58 x2
Shure Beta 56 x2
Audio Technica AT4051 x2
Electro-Voice N/D 408B x2
AKG D112 x2
Sennheiser e604 x3 (clip on's)
DI box x4

20 (usable) inputs to soundboard

4 monitor mixes (6 monitor wedges)


Channel Inserts:
dbx compressor x4
Drawmer compressor x4
Ashly compressor x4

Aux Sends (reverb and effects)
Lexicon MX200 x1
Lexicon MPX100 x1

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The Ashkenaz stage is 360 square feet (24’ wide by 15’ deep) and just over 2 feet high. There are two stair cases at the rear of the stage left and right that are about 3’ x 3’. There are two vertical poles about 6" from the front of the stage - one is about 2' 6" from stage left (our stage snake is placed at this pole), and the other is about 6' from stage right. We have a drum riser that is about 7' x 6.5' x 8" that can be used or not, and we also have a piano that is usually placed stage right. There are multiple power sources at the front, back, and sides of the stage.