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How to light a stage for a Band

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    How to light a stage for a Band

    A musical band’s show should be a destination to receive power, energy and great music. But, many people neglect the fact that suitable stage lighting plays a significant part in highlighting the band members’ performance, expressions and set the tone of the event when they try to interact with the audience. If lighting synchronizes with the musicians on the stage, especially capturing their erratic moments, it’s undoubtedly will be going to create a massive impact on the audience. 

    To set up stage lighting for a musical band is not an easy process.

    Band Lighting Basics 

    Band and concert lighting is usually confined and kept lower in brightness. It is because, during a concert, the focus must be on the band performing on stage and not on the audience. However, some band looks even include lighting the audience via blinders and moving lights, but just for a while. 


    Vibrant, dynamic and flashy lighting 

    The band lighting should be vibrant, dynamic and flashy to rock the show. The lighting effects should carry a design that supports the musical genre. For instance, when a band is playing soft, slow and sad music, then the stage lighting must be kept undisruptive and cool. On the other hand, for an energetic rock band, the lighting has to be more dynamic and showy, somehow even flashy. 


    Coloured Lighting  

    When lighting a band, coloured lighting is also crucial. Although there are no set rules for coloured lighting, it must the in sync to the music and must not look odd to the eyes. 

    Tiny colour shifts of white, red and blue make an imperative impact when lighting a metal band.