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CU-Boulder THTR 1015 - Stage Technologies Spring 2015

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SafetyStage HazardsWeaponsUsually stage weaponsFireAny type of fire, fire marshall is brought in (even a lighter)Stage MalfunctionsPoor maintenance on equipment/structuresLaddersFly SystemDust Mask vs. Respiratory MaskClass A (Triangle) Fire Extinguisher - Wood Paper TrashClass B (Square) Fire Extinguisher - Flammable LiquidsClass C (Circle) Fire Extinguisher - Electrical FiresFlashpointPoint of ignition for liquid or objectFlashpoint can occur at or below room termperatureRag with acetone, thrown on sidewalk, burst into flames immediately upon contact.Chemicals1. Absorption2. Inhalation3. IngestionAccidental – most common4. InjectionMSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)SteelWoodPaintToothpasteAcetoneBleachBring one MSDS to classDUE NEXT THURSDAYSimple MachinesLeverPulleyInclined PlaneStage WeightsFull Brick (40 lbs)Half Brick (20 lbs)Quarter Brick (10 lbs)Most BuiltFlats (walls)PlatformsStairsDoorsWindowsColumnsTreesRocksMaking use of prerecorded effects (SOUND)ReelsReusing “old” sound or musicCanned sound: prerecorded sound effect that was retrieved out of a libraryReel to reelNow computers do everything“Old man Cripe doing reel to reel”ReinforcementMaking sounds already on stage louderMaskingChanging the set in between scenes“Masking” the sound for stage technicians changing sets in between scenes“Masking” a fog machineSound adds:AtmosphereRealismCue AbilitiesMasking a scene changeAmplificationsEffects (SFX)MusicInterludeUnderscoringCar doorsThunderCity noisesCar doorsBirds chirping3 Basic ComponentsInput (ipod, record player, computer, microphone)AmplifierIncreases amplitude of soundwavesOutput (typically a speaker)Most common mistake:Amplifying too soonStage Technologies 01/15/2015Safety-Stage HazardsoWeaponsUsually stage weaponsoFireAny type of fire, fire marshall is brought in (even a lighter)oStage MalfunctionsoPoor maintenance on equipment/structuresoLaddersoFly System-Dust Mask vs. Respiratory Mask-Class A (Triangle) Fire Extinguisher - Wood Paper Trash-Class B (Square) Fire Extinguisher - Flammable Liquids-Class C (Circle) Fire Extinguisher - Electrical Fires-FlashpointoPoint of ignition for liquid or objectFlashpoint can occur at or below room termperatureRag with acetone, thrown on sidewalk, burst into flames immediately upon contact.-Chemicalso1. Absorptiono2. Inhalationo3. IngestionAccidental – most commono4. Injectiono-MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)oSteeloWoodoPaintoToothpasteoAcetoneoBleach-Bring one MSDS to classoDUE NEXT THURSDAY-Simple MachinesoLeveroPulleyoInclined Plane-Stage WeightsoFull Brick (40 lbs)oHalf Brick (20 lbs)oQuarter Brick (10 lbs)Most Built -Flats (walls)-Platforms-Stairs-Doors-Windows-Columns-Trees-Rocks-Making use of prerecorded effects (SOUND)oReelsoReusing “old” sound or musicoCanned sound: prerecorded sound effect that was retrieved out of a libraryoReel to reeloNow computers do everything“Old man Cripe doing reel to reel”oReinforcementMaking sounds already on stage louderoMaskingChanging the set in between scenes“Masking” the sound for stage technicians changing sets in between scenes“Masking” a fog machineoSound adds:AtmosphereRealismCue AbilitiesMasking a scene changeoAmplificationsoEffects (SFX)MusicInterludeUnderscoringCar doorsThunderCity noisesCar doorsBirds chirping3 Basic Components-Input (ipod, record player, computer, microphone)-AmplifieroIncreases amplitude of soundwaves-Output (typically a speaker)-Most common mistake:oAmplifying too


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