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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012

Maroon 5 Agent:

Chris Dalston CAA 2000, Avenue of the Stars Los Angeles,CA 90067

424.288.2000

Production Manager :

Don Gordon US Mobile +1 912 247-7179 World Mobile +1 678 733-9947 sheepdipp@yahoo.com

Management Career Artist Management Jordan Feldstein 1100 Glendon Avenue 11th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90024 Phone: 310-776-7640

Tour Manager:

Fred Kharrazi +1 310 994-4878 Cell

TECHNICAL / PRODUCTION PREFACE TO TECHNICAL RIDER

This rider is for a one off show situation. You will need to supply the following per the Technical Specs listed below for Sound – Lighting – Catering – Staging and Back Line Equipment for Artist to perform at your event. Some of the items will change when you advance the show such as crew numbers needed, number of meals etc. Please feel free to call or e-mail with any questions you might have regarding the rider that you might have. You can reach me by e-mail or cell phone listed above.

Thank you.

Don Gordon

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 PURCHASERS ATTENDANCE: CONTROLLING DECISIONS:

Artist shall have sole and exclusive control over the production, and presentation of their performance.

Purchaser agrees to furnish a personal representative, fluent in English, capable of making any relevant decisions pertaining to the engagement. It is imperative that said representative discuss all aspects of the production with Artists production manager well in advance of the engagement. Said representative will be present from the arrival of the Artists Production / Personnel until their departure and must remain on site during this period.

It is the Purchasers obligation to inform the Artists Production Mgr. of any mandatory union breaks, curfews, fire regulations, light level requirements, sound level restrictions, or any other regulations or peculiarities pertaining to said show.

Concerning sound pressure restrictions:

Artist will attempt to comply with legitimate sound pressure ordinances when proper and professional measurement techniques are employed. Artist requires advance notification of ordinances with copies of actual ordinances to be provided prior to load-in. Artist will not be required to observe "House Rule" sound pressure constraints, only actual laws, as legislated by local governmental authorities with jurisdiction to make such legislation. Company also requires that the system of measurement be capable of measuring sound pressure, at multiple locations including the property line, and not just at the mixing console. Company will require a print out of the report to be presented to Production Manager prior to lodging any complaint. In all cases of question, Production Manager is the only person any member of the Purchaser staff, Venue Staff or Local Authority may contact concerning ordinance non-compliance. Production Manager then will issue appropriate instruction to the Sound Engineer. Under no circumstances will any member of the Purchaser staff, Venue Staff or Local Authority give direct instruction to the Sound Engineer. In the event of fines levied for violation of any sound pressure ordinances, the Purchaser agrees to accept that fine as his/her sole cost. Please be advised that this is a "Rock" show. Sound pressure will be commensurate with that music genre. Artist will not sacrifice their performance to comply with unrealistic sound pressure limits, or be subject to measurements taken with hand held units, or measurements taken by anyone other than trained, certified, and licensed acoustic technicians, with proof of their competency, and current show day calibration of their equipment.

During the performance of the Artist, there will be no movement of any equipment in the immediate vicinity of the stage or elsewhere when it could cause a distraction to the Artist. Artists’ equipment should only be handled under direct supervision of Artists staff. Any equipment not pertaining to the show must be stored completely off stage

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012

GENERAL VENUE SAFETY:

As with the staging, it is the Purchasers responsibility to ensure that all areas of the venue and all its hardware are absolutely safe for people to work. Too many unnecessary accidents have occurred over the years due to negligence in this area. The Artists Production Mgr. reserves the right to veto any aspect of the supplied/house production if he feels it unsafe. Any replacements or works deemed necessary by him to make the show safe shall be solely at the Purchasers expense.

PERMITS AND LICENSES: It is the responsibility of the Purchaser to obtain any licenses and/or permits necessary to allow us to use our production and have a performance at the venue. There must be no curfews or sound limits imposed without our prior knowledge and agreement

EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: The promoter is responsible for providing necessary medical and emergency staff, facilities, transportation and equipment at the venue to handle any medical problems that might arise from the Load in to the Load out.

STAGE DRESS

INDOOR ARENAS Wherever applicable and practical the Purchaser will provide a heavy black curtain complete with all necessary trussing, rigging, electric chain hoists with appropriate lifting capacity, motor control and power distribution to be hung behind the stage. Said curtain should be sized to suit the venue (e.g. eighty (80) feet wide by twenty five (35) feet high in a regular hockey arena) and be fire proofed to the appropriate standard. At no time will a white or light colored backstage wall be visible to the audience.

(VERY IMPORTANT !!)

FIXED STAGE FACILITIES :

The Purchaser will provide a heavy black curtain of appropriate size to cover the upstage wall of the stage and wherever practical two (2) pairs of “legs” (normally six (10) feet wide by twenty five (25) high) to “dress” the stage in the normal manner. Said curtain and legs should be hung (normally from house pipes) and be fire proofed to the appropriate standard. At no time will a white or light colored backstage wall be visible to the audience.

Please be advised, the tour is not traveling with any upstage blacks or masking.

OUT DOOR SHOWS :

For outdoor performances, Purchaser agrees to provide all necessary additions at his sole cost, to include: Work lights, plastic sheeting to cover and protect all equipment, squeegees, sponges & mops to dry the stage, raingear (ponchos etc) for working personnel, the use of umbrellas for the Artist and any auxiliary personnel needed to ensure a smoothly running performance. Including commercial Heating Units if needed to control the climate on stage.

GARBAGE :

Adequate facility for the disposal of rubbish must be readily available at all times. This should include at least FOUR (4) large, lined trash cans for the stage .We encourage all recycling policies.

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 HOUSE LIGHTS & LIGHTS / VIDEO SCREENS DURING PERFORMANCE :

Artists Production Mgr. shall retain sole and overriding control of the cueing of house lights in relation to the Artists performance/show . Purchaser shall make all the necessary arrangements for all lights not specifically required by local ordnances, to be turned off during the Artists performance. This particularly applies to scoreboards, clocks, billboards and concessions. All doorways to lit halls should be curtained. Any use of video screens must be approved by the Artists Production Mgr prior to the show day.

GENERAL SECURITY INSTRUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT :

Purchaser shall provide adequate, clearly identifiable and responsible security staff from the time of the equipment load in until all the equipment has been loaded out of the facility after the engagement . Within this general stipulation, Purchaser shall provide the following personnel; final deployment numbers are very dependent on Venue layout and requirements. These should be discussed at the time of the production advance.

Two (2) persons to be available at all times from the time the crew arrives to ensure the security of equipment, crew members, their vehicles and personal property throughout the day.

A minimum of two (2) additional persons (dependent on the integrity of the backstage area), to be available from 3.00 pm to ensure the safety and security of the band upon their arrival at the facility, until their departure from the facility.

From thirty (30) minutes prior to doors opening to the public, until all the public have left after the performance;

One (1) person at each access point to the backstage area. Two (2) persons for the dressing room area. Two (2) persons (one on each side of the stage), at the base of the stage access stairs or access points whichever is applicable. Six (6) persons to be positioned in front of the stage, behind the barricade. Two (2) persons to be placed to secure the front of house mix position.

Purchaser should arrange a security meeting between all appropriate personnel and the Artists Production Manager to discuss detailed security arrangements at a predetermined time.

All security personnel must be trained, unarmed and non-uniformed. The six (6) persons, who will work the front of stage pit for the show, MUST wear dark t-shirts.

It is understood and accepted by Purchaser, that all security personnel will be under the direction of the Artists representatives (Security chief, Tour manager or Production manager), at all times.

Purchaser shall ensure that no dangerous items (i.e. cans, glass, any weapons etc) are allowed in the venue at any time.

Purchaser shall ensure that no Professional Type cameras or recording devices are allowed in the venue at any time without the permission of Artist.

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 THE PERFORMANCE AREA REQUIRED :

A level, strong stage Fifty Six (56) feet wide by Forty (40) feet deep by Five (5)feet high, is to be provided by PURCHASER. The stage must be capable of supporting at least one hundred and twenty- five (125) pounds per square foot. The surface must be smooth and without holes or protrusions and has to be covered in either BLACK MARLEY OR CARPET. Stage to be “skirted” with black material.

STAGE BARRICADE :

Purchaser shall make provision for a stage barricade in all venues. Said barricade must be capable of doing the required job, and be warranted so by purchaser. Artists and their representatives will assume no liability in any way for any incident occurring concerning the structure or placement of barricade. Where sound cabinets will be stacked on the floor, the barricade must be of a grill type. The Artists Stage Mgr. will inspect said barricade and any remedial work deemed necessary by him shall be at the Purchasers sole expense . To allow room for production set up, the barricade and any floor seats should not be set up until authorized by Artists Production manager.

STAGE WINGS :

We will require a 16ft X 8ft X 2ft high Monitor wing recessed 10ft upstage from the downstage edge. Located on Stage left.

STAGE RISERS :

The Purchaser is required to supply the following risers carpeted in black with black skirting.

1 X 8ft X 8ft X 2ft (Drum Riser)

1 X 8ft X 8ft X 2ft ( Keyboard Risers)

(See attached stage layout drawing)

SPOTLIGHTS:

PURCHASER will provide Three (3) Strong Super Trooper 2.5k or larger in perfect working condition. Location will be discussed with the tours Production Manager.

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012

POWER :

Please see attached stage plot for exact locations (PAGE 15)

Stage Right Guitar Tech Area on floor

2

Stage Left Guitar Tech Area on floor

1

ON Stage Behind Drum Riser

1

On Stage Behind Key Riser

1

On Stage, Stage Left Behind Guitar amps

1

Stage Left Monitor Riser

1

FOH Audio Mix Position

1 x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

x 120V 20A 50/60Hz Each 20 amp output shall have 4 USA style output connectors.

MIX POSITION Purchaser shall provide platform for lighting on the auditorium floor as close as possible to house center, Audio will go on the floor in front of the lighting riser. Audio should start approx. one hundred (115) feet from the downstage edge of stage. This area should have barricade to secure it after all equipment has been placed.

Lighting - 16 Ft wide x 12 Ft Deep x 2 Ft High Sound - 16 Ft wide x 12 Ft Deep on floor.

FORKLIFT:

Wherever there is not direct or ramped floor and stage access from the point of loading, One (1) forklift will be required. Forklift should have a minimum lifting capacity of fifteen hundred (1500) lbs or seven hundred and fifty (750) kgs, have 6-foot extensions and be operated by a qualified person. Forklift CANNOT be shared with other operations in the facility and must NOT be diesel powered.

CREW CALLS: Times and numbers to be advanced with Tour Production Manager.

General Guide:

8

Stage hands

4

Loaders

1

Runner

1

Electrician

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 Runner: We shall require one runner, fluent in English with intimate knowledge of the local area. This runner is for Maroon 5 production use only. They should possess a valid driver’s license and be equipped with the following vehicles:

Car or Van Also must have Mobile phone. Call times for runner will be advised in advance.

Electrician: You will provide the services of the house electrician to be present and on call at all times while we are occupying the venue. He will report directly to the artist's stage manager or production manager at time of Load in call. In the event of a shift change, he will make his replacement known to the production manager.

SOUND :

Please See Attached Audio Specs (PAGE 12) Please See Attached Input List (PAGE 16) Please See Attached Monitor Specs (PAGE 17)

BACKLINE :

Please See Included Backline List (PAGE 13 and 14)

LIGHTS :

Please See Lighting and Video Plots (PAGE 18-27)

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 BACKSTAGE ACCOMMODATIONS :

1. Production office and Tour Management Office

(1) One large room lockable (15 x 20 feet minimum) for production office

Prior to our arrival it must be equipped with the following:

2

Desks/tables

4

Chairs

2

direct dial phone lines with phones

4

USA power outlets 110V @10 amp Minimum

1

High Speed Internet Service (Wireless)

(1) Medium Size Room with 2 Desks and 2 USA power outlets and Wireless Internet

2. Band Dressing Rooms:

Two (2) rooms are required.

(1) One Large Room for Band to Relax In with Couches, Chairs and Tables. Big Enough For 8 People (Dressing Room Food And Drinks Will Need to Go Into This Room) Must have High Speed Wireless Internet Access Please provide 4 USA Power Outlets 110V @10 amp Minimum

(1) One room for Yoga (no furniture required in this room) Please Make Sure The Air Off In This Room and Please provide (2) Space Heaters

3. Crew Room: (If Available, lockable preferred).

Tables and couches for 8 people. If this room is far from Wireless internet, it will need to be provided.

NOTE:

The Purchaser accepts full responsibility for the security of the backstage area and all the belongings contained therein. Rooms should be lockable with keys presented to Production Manager at load in.

TOWELS: Twenty Four (24) clean bath towels for the use of the Maroon 5 production crew. Twenty Four (24) BLACK Hand Towels for Stage. These towels must be available from the beginning of the Load in until the end of the Load out.

SANITARY FACILITIES: You must provide adequate toilet facilities to all backstage areas for the use of the Maroon 5 production crew.

BAND & CREW TRANSPORTATION:

All ground transport to be advanced by Tour or Production Manager, and must be supplied as per his request. For guide lines please use 3 X 16 passenger vans and 1 baggage van.

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012

CATERING:

BREAKFAST*: Where applicable (12 Crew) To Be Available At The Beginning Of Load In. Breakfast Should Include:

Selection Of Juices (Orange, Apple, Cranberry,) Spring Water Tea, Coffee Milk Toast, Muffins & Donuts (And Toasters Available) Assorted Fresh Fruit Eggs, Bacon, Ham - To Be Cooked To Order Selection Of Cereals A Full Assortment Of Condiments Adequate Cups, Plates, Utensils And Napkins (To Be Metal Silverware And China Plates)

LUNCH:

Cold deli type food for Twenty (20) people to make sandwiches & A Choice of 2 hot entrees of local cuisine Soup Of The Day (Tomato Basil, Chicken Noodle, French Onion) Assorted Breads Assorted Salads Selection Of Salad Dressings Fresh Fruit Spring Water, Milk, Sodas, Mayonnaise, Butter, Mustard Ketchup Etc. Plates, Cups, Utensils, Napkins, Etc.

DINNERS:

Twenty Four (24) meals total (Western and Local Choices) Please provide at least Meat Entrée Fish Entrée Vegetarian Option Rice Potatoes Fresh Steamed Vegetables Assorted Breads Assorted Salads Selection Of Salad Dressings Fresh Fruit Spring Water, Milk, Sodas, Mayonnaise, Butter, Mustard Ketchup Etc. Plates, Cups, Utensils, Napkins, Etc Dessert

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 MAROON 5 DRESSING ROOM To be prepared and ready for MAROON 5 by 2:00 PM (14:00)

(1) High Power Juicer - beets, ginger, cucumber, spinach, kale, parsley, broccoli, carrots, celery, (1) Blender -bananas, apples, pears, berries, lemons, avocadoes (5) Whole Young Thai Coconuts with a cleaver (1) Tea Kettle -assorted teas including chai, green, black, herbal (1) Small Bottle of Honey (1) Liter Fresh Orange Juice (1) Liter of ALMOND MILK (4) Red Bull (8) Sugar free Red Bull (4) Diet Cokes (4) Cokes (16) Small Bottles of Perrier or Pellagrino (36) .5 Liter water bottles room temperature (local spring water) ( (12) Corona Beers On Ice (12) Bottles of Local Beer on Ice (2) Bottles GOOD Red Wine (1) Bottle Don Julio Reposado Tequila or Patron Silver (1) Bag tortilla chips (1) Bottle of Anti-Bacterial Liquid Soap Fresh salsa Assorted Biscuits/Cookies Assorted Chocolates Assorted Nuts

The following supplies are needed in the dressing room -

24

Large Cold cups

24

Large Hot cups for tea

Napkins (both cloth and paper) (2) Bottle openers (for the beer) (1) Corkscrew for opening wine Cutlery as well as two knives to cut lemons (1) cutting board. Assorted plates (both large and small)

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 STAGE DRINKS and TOWELS

24 - Dark Hand Towels

1.) Stage Right Cooler (Guitar Area / Dave)

One (1) Case of Room temperature water Six (6) Bottles of Corona (Iced) Two (2) Diet Cokes ( Iced) Three (3) Sparkling Waters ( Iced) Two (2) Diet Red Bulls ( Iced) Six (6) 22 oz Solo Cups

2.) Stage Left Cooler ( Please Ice Down The Drinks/ Buffa)

One (1) Case of Room temperature water Six (6) Bottles of Corona ( Iced) Three (3) Sparkling Waters ( Iced) Six (6) Diet Cokes ( Iced) Six (6) ORANGE Gatorade ( Iced) Six (6) 22oz Solo Cups

PRODUCTION OFFICE :

Upon Arrival Cooler with assorted drinks. Soda, Water, Juices, Sparkling water etc.

Please have delivered to the Production office 1 hour prior to end of show.

1 Case of local beer on Ice

2 Bottles Red Wine

1 Bottle Chardonnay

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012

AUDIO NEEDS

The PA must be capable of producing an undistorted 110 db evenly to every point of the listening arena. This must be accomplished with the use of front fills, sub bass and side fills or side hangs.

The main PA must be flown wherever possible without exception.

Please have Fully Parametric PA EQ and Control available at the FOH mix position accessible via a tablet PC. (The console EQ will not be adequate).

PA Preferences:

Line Array only, JBL Vertec (with version 5 software) , D&B J-Series, Vdosc Dolby Lake Contour processors or equivalent.

Mixing console:

Digico SD7, SD8 or SD10, Digidesign Profile. 1 CDR AES in/out

Mic's:

We will supply microphones. You must supply all mic stands as per attached input list. You must supply all mic cables and have 20 spare. You must supply talk to stage and comms.

Any support acts or DJ’s must use a separate console unless given prior approval.

MONITOR NEEDS

DESK: 1x Yamaha PM5DRH WEDGES: 6x (4 mixes) SUBS: 2x (2 mixes) THUMPER: 1x (amp terminates to banana jacks) RF & IEM elements and applicable cabling we provided Passive splitter systems only please

Contact:

Jim Ebdon (FOH Engineer) +1 310 386 1795

Kevin Glendinning (Monitor Engineer) +1 847 347 1918 inearengineer@gmail.com

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012

BACKLINE NEEDS

Adam Levine: LEAD VOCAL / GUITAR

**artist uses 1 pair of amps,. 2 total**

(2) Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier 3 Channel Amp Heads Must have 3 switchable Channels and 3 channel foot switchers (2) Mesa Boogie 4X12 Speaker Cabinets

James Valentine: LEAD GUITAR

**artist uses 1 pair of amps,. 2 total**

(2) Matchless DC-30 2X12 combos (1) Divided by 13 FTR 37 Amp, (If available) Or Mesa Boogie Lonestar 2X12 Combo

Mickey Madden: BASS (2) Ampeg Re-Issue SVT Classic head (1) 8x10 SVT cabs

Matt Flynn: DRUMS

Matt Flynn is a Ludwig Endorsed Drummer, and all attempts should be made to have Ludwig

provide Drums for this rental.

If you do not stock Ludwig drums, please contact M5’s tech to

discuss obtaining Ludwig Drums or to substitute.

Thank you.

Oyster Black Pearl finish “Ringo Wrap” or Solid dark Blue or Black finish 1 st choice (1) 24 x 16 inch kick (clear power stroke 3 head on beater side) 2 nd choice (1) 22 x 14 inch kick (clear power stroke 3 head on beater side)

1 st choice (1) 14 x 9 inch rack (coated pinstripe) 2 nd choice (1) 13 x 9 inch rack (coated pinstripe)

(1) 16 inch floor w/ 3legs (coated pinstripe) (1) 18 inch floor w/ 3legs (coated pinstripe) (2) 14 x 5 Ludwig snare drums (coated emperor x black dot) (8) Pro Double braced Ludwig cymbal stands (3) Pro Double braced Ludwig snare stands (2) HiHat Stand (3 Leg model) (3) 19” K Zildjian mixed Crash’s (2) 22” K Zildjian Ride (dark sounding ride cymbals if possible) (1) Yamaha Pro single beater kick pedal w/DW beater (1pair) 15” Zildjian “K” Light Hi-Hats

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MAROON 5

INTERNATIONAL RIDER 2012 PJ Mortin: KEYBOARDIST / ORGANIST (1) B3 Organ with (2) Leslie 122 (1) Yamaha Motif ES8 (MUST BE ES MODEL) (1) Yamaha Motif ES7 (MUST BE ES MODEL) (1) Round Drum Throne (1) Fender Rhodes 73 Suitcase w/speaker cabinet (MUST be Suitcase model with 1/4 insert, or (2) 1/4 send & return jacks on the player side of the piano) (3) 1 tier double braced X type keyboard stand (very sturdy please) (1) 2 tier double braced X type keyboard stand (very sturdy please)

Misc. Gear:

(2) 8XFT X 8FT X 2 FT HIGH CARPETED AND TRIMED IN BLACK RISERS. Very sturdy please. (1) 2 channel QSC, Crest, or Crown power amp (for thumpers) (2) 50 foot speaker cables. (NL4 or Banana connectors please) (10) Jack – jack instrument cables 20’-25’ (1) Spare sustain pedal (2) 8x8 foot drum rug (black) (4) Hercules Guitar Stands (3) Electric cooling fan, medium size (2) Extra drum thrones (4) Black sandbags (for the Drumkit, **must have please**) **please include ALL power cables & ¼ - ¼ speaker cables needed to operate the Guitar & Bass amps**

For Power requirements please see Stage layout drawing. All Stage Power must be 120 volt 50/60 hz with USA style output plugs

If you have any questions about substitutions, please feel free to contact Dave Lee +1 818 915-1704 (Dleeguitar@gmail.com)

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Maroon 5 2012 Full Input List FOH Input Microphone Stand Location 1 Kick In Shure
Maroon 5
2012 Full Input List
FOH
Input
Microphone
Stand
Location
1
Kick In
Shure Beta 91
Drum Riser SR
2
Kick Out
Shure Beta 52
Short Roundbase boom
Drum Riser SR
3
Snare Top
Shure 57
Short Roundbase boom
Drum Riser SR
4
Snare Bottom
AKG414xls
Clamp
Drum Riser SR
5
Wood block/tamb.
Shure 57
Short Roundbase boom
Drum Riser SR
6
Hat
KM185
Short Roundbase boom
Drum Riser SR
7
Tom 1
Opus 88
Drum Riser SR
8
Tom 2
Opus 88
Drum Riser SR
9
Tom 3
Opus 88
Drum Riser SR
10
Ride
KM185
Short Roundbase boom
Drum Riser SR
11
Overhead SR
AKG414xls
Tall round base boom
Drum Riser SR
12
Overhead SL
AKG414xls
Tall round base boom
Drum Riser SR
13
Drum Click
Di
Drum Riser SR
14
Loops L
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
15
Loops R
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
16
Music L
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
17
Music R
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
18
B
Voc L
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
19
B
Voc R
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
20
Tracks Click
Xlr
Computer Drum Riser SR
21
Bass Di
Xlr
Off SR
22
Bass Mic
AT4050
Short tripod boom
SR
23
Adam Gtr
Royer 101 Live
Short Tripod Boom
Off SR
24
James Gtr 1
Royer 121live
Short tripod boom
Off SL
25
James Gtr 2
Royer 101 Live
Short tripod boom
Off SL
26
OPEN
NA
27
Leslie Top L
SM57
Short Roundbase boom
Key Riser SL
28
Leslie Top R
SM57
Short Roundbase boom
Key Riser SL
29
Leslie Low
RE20
Short Roundbase boom
Key Riser SL
30
Rhodes L
Xlr
Key Riser SL
31
Rhodes R
Xlr
Key Riser SL
32
ES 7 L
Xlr
Key Riser SL
33
ES 7 R
Xlr
Key Riser SL
34
ES 8 L
Xlr
Key Riser SL
35
ES 8 R
Xlr
Key Riser SL
36
Nord L
Xlr
Key Riser SL
37
Nord R
Xlr
Key Riser SL
38
Micro Korg
Xlr
Key Riser SL
39
PJ Voc
AE4100
Supplied
Key Riser SL
James Voc
40
B58
Tall Tripod Boom
DSL
41
Adam Voc Main
KSM9 Wireless
Supplied
Monitors Off SL
42
Adam Voc Spare
KSM9 Wireless
Monitors Off SL
Room L
Shotgun
Short tripod boom
DSR - direct to monitors
Room R
Shotgun
Short tripod boom
DSL - direct to monitors
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1

Maroon 5 Monitor Spec <> Spring 2012

1

Adam iem l rf 1

2

Adam iem r rf 2

3

James iem l rf 1

4

James iem r rf 2

5

Pj iem l rf 3

6

Pj iem r rf 3

7

Matt iem hw / tech rf 4

8

Matt iem hw / tech rf 4

9

DS/R wedges x 2

10

Open

11

DS/L wedges x 2

12

Drum sub

13

Drum thumper

14

Drum wedge

15

Key sub

21

Buffa #1 send

22

Buffa #2 send (tech wedge x 1)

solo

Cue l. rf 5

solo

Cue r. rf 5

Engineer Contact: Kevin P. Glendinning <> +1.847.347.1918 <> inearengineer@gmail.com

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Patch (By Spot)

Venue: Tour Designer: William Sheldon

(All Layers)

Show: Maroon 5 Assistant: Mike Green

Type

Patch

Unit

VL3500 Wash

A.1

1

VL3500 Wash

A.20

2

VL3500 Wash

A.39

3

VL3500 Wash

A.58

4

VL3500 Wash

A.77

5

VL3500 Wash

A.96

6

VL3500 Wash

A.115

7

VL3500 Wash

A.134

8

VL3000 Spot

A.153

33

VL3000 Spot

A.181

34

VL3000 Spot

A.209

35

VL3000 Spot

A.237

36

VL3000 Spot

A.265

53

VL3000 Spot

A.293

54

Sharpy

A.321

55

Sharpy

A.341

56

Sharpy

A.361

57

Sharpy

A.381

58

Sharpy

A.401

59

Sharpy

A.421

60

Atomic 3000

A.441

79

Atomic 3000

A.445

80

Atomic 3000

A.449

81

Atomic 3000

A.453

82

Atomic 3000

A.457

83

VL3500 Wash

B.1

9

VL3500 Wash

B.20

10

VL3500 Wash

B.39

11

VL3500 Wash

B.58

12

VL3500 Wash

B.77

13

VL3500 Wash

B.96

14

VL3500 Wash

B.115

15

VL3500 Wash

B.134

16

VL3000 Spot

B.153

37

VL3000 Spot

B.181

38

VL3000 Spot

B.209

39

VL3000 Spot

B.237

40

VL3000 Spot

B.265

41

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Patch (By Spot)

Venue: Tour Designer: William Sheldon

(All Layers)

Show: Maroon 5 Assistant: Mike Green

Type

Patch

Unit

VL3000 Spot Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Atomic 3000 Atomic 3000 Atomic 3000 Atomic 3000 Atomic 3000 VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36

B.293

42

B.321

61

B.341

62

B.361

63

B.381

64

B.401

65

B.421

66

B.441

84

B.445

85

B.449

449

B.453

87

B.457

88

C.1

17

C.20

18

C.39

19

C.58

20

C.77

21

C.96

22

C.115

23

C.134

24

C.153

25

C.172

26

C.191

43

C.219

44

C.247

45

C.275

48

C.303

67

C.323

68

C.343

69

C.363

92

C.364

92

C.365

93

C.366

93

C.367

94

C.368

94

C.369

95

C.370

95

C.371

96

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Patch (By Spot)

Venue: Tour Designer: William Sheldon

(All Layers)

Show: Maroon 5 Assistant: Mike Green

Type

Patch

Unit

Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 Thomas 4 Lite Par 36 PAR 64 PAR 64 PAR 64 PAR 64 VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3500 Wash VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot VL3000 Spot Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy Sharpy

C.372

96

C.373

97

C.374

97

C.375

98

C.376

98

C.377

99

C.378

99

C.379

100

C.380

100

C.381

101

C.382

101

C.383

102

C.384

102

C.385

103

C.386

104

C.387

105

C.388

106

D.1

27

D.20

28

D.39

29

D.58

30

D.77

31

D.96

32

D.115

47

D.143

48

D.171

49

D.199

50

D.227

51

D.255

52

D.283

70

D.303

71

D.323

72

D.343

73

D.363

74

D.383

75

D.403

76

D.423

77

D.443

78

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Patch (By Spot)

Venue: Tour Designer: William Sheldon

(All Layers)

Show: Maroon 5 Assistant: Mike Green

Type

Patch

Unit

Atomic 3000

D.463

89

Atomic 3000

D.467

90

Atomic 3000

D.471

91

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