Sound&Light Engineers

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A sound engineer has a broad knowledge of music equipment, recording techniques and acoustics. The intention of the sound engineer is to fulfill his task in such a way that the musician can concentrate on bringing his music and therefore does not have to deal with all kinds of peripheral issues.

Furthermore, a good relationship between the musician and the sound engineer is important to achieve a satisfactory result, especially in the interest of the demands of the musician, but of course the sound engineer can also set his requirements to be able to properly perform his work. An example of the musician (s) could be that the bass guitar should sound like a specified piece of music. The sound engineer could then ask to lay new strings on the used bass guitar and use multiple bass amplifiers to achieve the desired result.

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Z-Underground is known for providing sound&Light engineers for live&studio work for every budget. Mixing is done on professional, high quality equipment and gear.

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Midas M32 digital Console for Live and Studio with 40 Input Channels, 32 Midas Microphone Preamplifiers and 25 Mix Buses

The DL32 is the perfect solution for connecting the onstage talent with the Front of House (FOH) console

Audio interface

The Orion Studio brings recently pioneered Synergy Core FX processing platform to its next stage of evolution. With two proprietary Field Programmable Gate Aray (FPGA) chips and a whopping six ARM-based DSP processors on board, the sheer computing power contained in this interface is astounding!

6x DSP + 2x FPGA chips let the Orion Studio Synergy Core handle up to 128 effects instances simultaneously in real time with all processing done entirely inside the interface.


The various types of microphones—dynamic, condenser, and ribbon—feature different technologies to convert sound waves to electrical signals.

When choosing from the many types of microphones, the most important question to ask yourself is, “What do I need it for?”


# Brand Model Type Usage
1 Shure SM-57 Dynamic Guitars
3 Shure SM-58 Dynamic Vocals
2 Audio Technica MB4K Condenser Drums
4 Audio Technica MB5k Cardioid Dynamic Drums
1 Audio Technica MB6k Cardioid Dynamic Drums

A DI unit (direct input or direct inject) is an electronic device typically used in recording studios and in sound reinforcement systems to connect a high-output impedance, line level, unbalanced output signal to a low-impedance, microphone level, balanced input, usually via an XLR connector and XLR cable.

DIs are frequently used to connect an electric guitar or electric bass to a mixing console's microphone input jack.


# Brand Model Type Usage
1 Radial Pro AV2 Stereo Passive Multimedia Direct Box Multimedia
1 Radial Pro D2 Stereo Passive Direct Box stereo keyboards or high output instruments
2 Radial JDX 48 Guitar Amp Direct Box Electric guitar
1 Two Notes Captor 8 Reactive Load Box Guitar & Bass Amps

A stage monitor system is a set of performer-facing loudspeakers called monitor speakers, stage monitors, floor monitors, wedges, or foldbacks on stage during live music performances in which a sound reinforcement system is used to amplify a performance for the audience.

The monitor system allows musicians to hear themselves and fellow band members clearly.


# Brand Model Type Usage
5 Mackie SRM450 Portable Powered Loudspeaker Stage/Front of House
Front of House

The front of house speakers are the main speakers that cover the audience.


# Brand Model Type Usage
5 Mackie SRM450 Portable Powered Loudspeaker Stage/Front of House
3 Mackie SWA1501 Active Subwoofer Stage/Front of House


# Brand Model Type
1 Stairville DMX light console Invader 1024
2 Stairville LED stage PAR CX-3 RGBW 18x8W
4 Stairville LED stage PAR Mini stage PAR 7x4W
1 Showtec DMX booster/splitter DB1-4
1 American DJ Hazer Entour Faze
2 American DJ Fan Entour Cyclone
2 Varytec Hero Spot Wash 80 2in1 RGBW+W Moving Head