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TECHNICAL RIDERS
Technical Riders merupakan informasi untuk kepentingan penyelenggaraan acara sebagai prasyarat The Soul of Magnolia sebelum melakukan pertunjukkan.
Technical Riders ini juga merupakan addendum dari Kontrak Perjanjian Kerjasama antara The Soul of Magnolia dengan pihak penyelenggara.
Technical Riders ini merupakan satu kesatuan yang mengikat dan tidak dapat dipisahkan dari Kontrak Perjanjian Kerjasama.

Technical Riders ini meliputi
Administrasi
BOOKING FEE & TERMIN PEMBAYARAN
Termin Pembayaran dalam 1 (satu) kali penampilan acara adalah sebagai berikut: • Booking fee untuk The Soul of Magnolia adalah sebesar Rp ___________________________________. Kemudian pihak Management akan memberikan Surat Kesediaan Tampil atau Agreement Letter pada acara yang akan diselenggarakan oleh pihak penyelenggara yang telah ditandatangani kedua belah pihak. Surat Kesediaan Tampil yang sekaligus juga merupakan surat Pra Kontrak ini berlaku maksimal 14 (empat belas) hari sejak diterima pihak penyelenggara. Apabila dalam jangka waktu tersebut tidak dilanjutkan dengan penandatanganan Surat Perjanjian Kerjasama, maka tanggal yang tertera dalam Surat Kesediaan Tampil tersebut kami anggap batal. • Khusus untuk Pentas Seni Sekolah / Kampus, Termin I (Pertama) The Soul of Magnolia adalah sebesar 25% (dua puluh lima persen) dari total harga keseluruhan yang telah disepakati kedua belah pihak selambat-lambatnya 30 (tiga puluh) hari sebelum tanggal pelaksanaan acara.

• Termin I (Pertama) Pembayaran adalah sebesar 50% (lima puluh persen) sebagai pembayaran pertama yang akan dibayarkan pada saat penandatanganan perjanjian kerjasama berlangsung. Atau pembayaran dapat dilakukan melalui transfer via rekening resmi The Soul of Magnolia atas nama Minerva Nabila Tokan, Bank BCA KCP Gunung Sahari, No. 0030452127. • Termin II (Kedua) Pembayaran 50% (lima puluh persen) sebagai pembayaran kedua atau pelunasan nilai kontrak yang telah disepakati. Pembayaran tersebut paling lambat dilakukan pada saat hari H sebelum acara.

SURAT PERJANJIAN KERJASAMA • Surat Perjanjian Kerjasama dibuat oleh Pihak I (Kesatu) yaitu Minerva Nabila Tokan atas nama The Soul of Magnolia Management yang berkedudukan sebagai General Manager dan beralamat di Jalan Raya Pasar Minggu Pancoran Buntu II No. 06 Pancoran 12780, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia. Dan disesuaikan oleh Pihak II (Kedua) yaitu Pihak Penyelenggara acara. Surat Perjanjian Kerjasama ini dibuat di atas kertas polos bermaterai Rp 6.000,00 dan ditandatangani oleh kedua belah pihak yang bersangkutan. • Penandatanganan Surat Perjanjian Kerjasama dapat dilakukan jika pihak penyelenggara telah sepakat dengan nilali kontrak dan kondisi riders The Soul of Magnolia. Penandatanganan tersebut selambat-lambatnya dilakukan 30 (tiga puluh) hari sebelum berlangsungnya acara.

ROMBONGAN THE SOUL OF MAGNOLIA
Total rombongan berjumlah : 14 (empat belas) orang • Ms. Geraldine Clarinta Dara – Voice • Mr. Bayu Bhisma Giessnawan – Voice • Mr. Dimas Andrew Kurniawan – Guitar • Mr. Dimas Reza Kurniawan – Bass • Mr. Martin Litania – Keyboard • Mr. Prio Brilyandi – Drum • Mr. Muhammad Pradhana Budiarto – Percussion • Mr. Denimaris Boy – Saxophone • Mr. Andi Prasojo – Crew • Mr. Fitrah – Crew • Mr. Yadi – Crew • Mr. Iyus – Crew • Mr. _________ – Soundman • Ms. Minerva Nabila Tokan – General Manager

KONSUMSI • On Stage : SoundCheck & Performance Pihak Penyelenggara wajib menyediakan minuman (Pocari Sweat & Air Mineral) dan handuk kecil masing-masing 15 buah.

PENJADWALAN
Untuk jadwal sound check, pihak penyelenggara wajib memberikan waktu selama minimal 2 (dua) jam kepada pihak The Soul of Magnolia beserta crew.

• Jadwal Load In & Sound Check Untuk jadwal sound check, pihak penyelenggara wajib memberikan waktu selama minimal 2 (dua) jam kepada The Soul of Magnolia beserta crew.

• Jadwal Publikasi o Untuk jadwal publikasi yang berkaitan dengan penyelenggara acara dilakukan oleh pihak penyelenggara seperti dibawah ini: o Media Massa Elektronik (Radio Swasta komersial atau Televisi Swasta atau Lokal). o Media Massa Cetak (Poster, Leaflet, Majalah, Tabloid, Surat Kabar, dll). o Media Outdoor (Advertising Board, Baliho, Spanduk, dll).

LIASON OFFICER (LO) • Diperlukan 1 (satu) orang yang bertanggung jawab acara intensif menjadi penghubung antara Pihak Penyelenggara dengan Pihak Management The Soul of Magnolia dalam segenap rangkaian acara. • LO tersebut mengerti akan aktifitas lapangan yang harus dipenuhi oleh The Soul of Magnolia dan dilengkapi komunikasi dua arah. Dan selalu aktif memberi informasi kepada Pihak The Soul of Magnolia, dalam hal ini General Manager.

RUANG TUNGGU & BACKSTAGE Venue harus dilengkapi oleh ruang backstage. Adapun ruang tunggu artis khusus The Soul of Magnolia dilengkapi dengan penyejuk ruangan (AC), cermin, dan dapat terkunci (apabila juga dipergunakan sebagai tempat penyimpanan alat khusus untuk The Soul of Magnolia), berikut juga dengan konsumsi yang terdiri dari: 1 (satu) dus air mineral botol, 14 (empat belas) kaleng pocari sweat, dan 14 (empat belas) porsi makanan berat / ringan. 20 (dua puluh) strip hansaplast silver care, dan 14 (empat belas) kotak Astor.

STAGE / PANGGUNG
Lantai Panggung harus terbuat dari besi dan kayu yang dilapisi dengan karpet (tidak goyang).

EQUIPMENT LIST
Pihak Penyelenggara wajib menyediakan peralatan yang dibutuhkan oleh Pihak The Soul of Magnolia.

DURING THE SHOW • Akses masuk untuk The Soul of Magnolia BUKAN merupakan akses penonton atau umum. • Tidak seorang pun diperkenankan naik ke atas panggung, kecuali stage manager pihak penyelenggara, Tim Produksi The Soul of Magnolia dan fotografer / cameraman tv yang telah mengkonfirmasi kepentingannya terlebih dahulu.

LAIN-LAIN
Hal-hal yang belum ditentukan pada Technical Riders ini akan dibicarakan di dalam SURAT PERJANJIAN KERJASAMA yang ditandatangani oleh Pihak Penyelenggara dan Pihak Management The Soul of Magnolia.

Ttd

Minerva Nabila Tokan
General Manager
Contact Person:
Magnolia Management
Jalan Raya Pasar Minggu Pancoran
Buntu II No. 06, Pancoran 12780
Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia.
Ph. 021 7992769

Minerva Nabila Tokan (General Manager)
Mobile: 0878 7767 67 503 / 0817 107 234
Email: thesoulofmagnolia@ymail.com
Twitter: @soulofmagnolia
Myspace: www.myspace.com/thesoulofmagnolia

The Soul of Magnolia’s Floor Plan

The Soul of Magnolia Riders Equipment

|NO |DESCRIPTIONS |BRAND |NO OF UNIT(S) |CONNECTIONS TO MIXER VIA |REMARKS |
|1 |Drum Kits: | |
| |Kick 20” / 22” |Yamaha Custom Tour or |1 |Miking |Shure PG 58 drum microphones set, Shure SM |
| | |equivalent | | |57s or equivalent |
| |Hanging Tom 8” | |1 |Miking | |
| |Hanging Tom 10” (spare) | |1 |Miking | |
| |Floor Tom 16” | |1 |Miking | |
| |Hi-hats & Overheads | |3 |Miking |Shure SM 81 condensers or equivalent |
| | | | | |Kits should be elevated with drum raiser or |
| | | | | |at least |
| | | | | |higher than stage level |
| |Drum Hardware: | | | | |
| |Hi Hat Stand | |1 | |Please provide spares |
| |Snare Stand | |1 | | |
| |Boom Cymbals Stand | |3 | | |
| |Drummer’s Throne | |1 | | |
|2 |Bass Amplifier |Gallien-Krueger 700RB | |DI box & Miking |Head & cabinet format |
| | | |1 | |DI box - any professional-grade |
| | | | | |Mic - Shure SM 57 or equivalent |
| | |SWR Workingman’s Pro | | | |
| | |Ampeg SVT II Pro | | | |
|3 |Guitar Amplifier |Roland JC-120 |1 |DI box & Miking |DI box - any professional-grade |
| |(electric) | | | |Miking - Shure SM 57 or equivalent |
| | | | | |Acoustic guitar can also be routed directly |
| | | | | |to DI box |
| |Guitar Amplifier |Roland AC-100 or |1 |DI box | |
| |(acoustic) |equivalent | | | |
|4 |Keyboard Amplifiers |Roland KC-550 |2 |DI box |5 unit DI boxes for each keyboard in stereo |
| | | | | |configurations (L-R) plus 1 spare channel |
| | |Peavey KB-300 | | | |
|5 |Percussion Sets: | |
| |12” Conga (Low) |LP |1 |Miking |Shure SM 57 or equivalent |
| |11” Conga (High) |LP |1 |Miking |Shure SM 57 or equivalent |
| |Bongo Pairs |LP |2 |Miking |Shure SM 57 or equivalent |
| |Toys Set |Cowbells, chimes, |2 |Miking |Shure SM 81 or equivalent condensers |
| | |tambourine, shaker, mini | | | |
| | |timbales, etc. | | | |
|6 |Lead Vocal 1 |Shure SLX Beta 87 |1 |Miking |Property of The Soul of Magnolia, please |
| | | | | |provide spares |
| |Lead Vocal 2 |Shure SM 58 |1 |Miking |Wireless or cable (please provide spares as |
| | | | | |well) |

The Soul of Magnolia’s FOH Session – Track List

|FOH Tracks # |Descriptions |Monitor Tracks|Inserts |Wedge Monitors |Remarks |
| | |# | | | |
| | | |In Channel(s) |Brand Option | | |
| | | | |Remarks | | |
|2 |Snare Top |2 |Gate | | | |
|3 |Snare Bottom | |Gate | | | |
|4 |Hi-Hat |3 | | | | |
|5 |Tom 1 |4 |Gate |Drawmer DS 201 | | |
| | | | |dbx 1074 or | | |
| | | | |equivalent | | |
|6 |Tom 2 (spare) |5 |Gate | | | |
|7 |Floor |6 |Gate | | | |
|8 |Overhead L | | | | | |
|9 |Overhead R | | | | | |
|10 |Bass DI |7 |Comp |dbx 166 XL or |RCF ART 500 | |
| | | | |equivalent | | |
|13 |Guitar Miked | | | | |SM 57 or equivalent |
|14 |Keyboard 1 L |10 | | |RCF ART 500 |Roland RD 700 |
|15 |Keyboard 1 R | | | | | |
|16 |Keyboard 2 L |11 | | | | |
|17 |Keyboard 2 R | | | | | |
|18 |Sequencer (spare) |12 | | | |Please provide |
|19 |Conga Low |13 |Gate |Drawmer DS 201 |RCF ART 500 |SM 57 or equivalent |
| | | | |dbx 1074 or | | |
| | | | |equivalent | | |
|20 |Conga High |14 |Gate | | |SM 57 or equivalent |
|21 |Bongo |15 |Gate | | |SM 57 or equivalent |
|22 |Toys |16 |Gate | | |SM 81 or equivalent |
|23 |Spare |17 | | | |Please provide |
|24 |Lead Vocal 1 |18 |Comp |dbx 166 XL or |RCF ART 500 |Individual or group inserts |
| | | | |equivalent | | |
|25 |Lead Vocal 2 |19 |Comp | | | |
|26 |Spare |20 | | | |Please provide |
|27 |Spare |21 | | | |Please provide |
|(Continued) |Stereo EFX Returns | |Reverb |Yamaha SPX 990 | |TB from FOH to MON |
| |Stereo EFX Returns | |Delay |Yamaha SPX 2000 | |TB from FOH to MON |

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Percussion
Sets

Keyboard
Amp

Guitar
Amp

Bass
Amp

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Drum Sets With Raiser

W: Wedge Monitors
Microphone Stands

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Vocal 1

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Vocal 2

W1
SF

W7
SF

W7

W3

W6

W2

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