Can you picture a concert where there are no lights or just a single color? A concert performance that only has musical instruments? Concert lights play a vital role in every performance. Lighting is one of the most important factors to a memorable concert performance. Concert lights help a band’s performance to bring out small nuances on stage. Even more, concert light helps the band performers look more attractive and helps the performance be even more extraordinary.
Make the band performance the best show ever that the audience witness by having concern lights present. As someone who attends concerts, they tend to notice even more the concert lighting. Concert lights are aggressive when trying to get someone’s attention at any band performances. You can realize how important lighting can be when it accents the bands performance. People are attracted to how light adds to the stage or when it is in the crowd. Lighting displays can have a lot of colors which helps make lively performances for any band. Lighting can be used to draw the audience’s attention to what you want to them to look at.
Concert lights also are like an emotional feeling, giving emotional feelings to the audience. The lights will depend on the type of song – lively or sad song. When the song is lively, the colors of the light are brighter colors and the audience feels very alive. When the song is sad, the color of the light is a fade of colors and darker to emphasize the audience sad feelings.
The concert light is a big factor to have the best performance ever for the audience and for the performers. Concert lighting can greatly enhance concerts and special events. The audience wants to leave with a feeling that they have just seen the best performance ever.
Music in my Circle
For some reason it's taken me 30 years to start putting together even the simplest of home studio. Digital, of course. What I mean is I put together a Tascam analog to usb interface with a Behringer 802 mixer, that has phantom power for my Behringer C-1 condenser mic.
The Tascam seems to have better software with it, as opposed to the freeware that Behringer has you download from the net. While a nice mic'ed drum set would be awesome, right now I'll have to settle with programming my Alesis SR16 drum machine.
Here's a list of other entry level items for a beginners home studio:
- Alesis SR18 Drum Machine
- Zoom MRT-3B(great as it will run on batteries)
- AT 2020 Condenser Mic
- Boom Mic Stand
- Assortment of Cables(patch, instrument, mic)
29 Years in the trades