Campbell Hall

Lecture and Recital Hall

Equipment

Campbell Hall houses the following equipment for classes and performances, however the list of equipment below is not exhaustive. Please contact us if you need other equipment or have questions about hosting your event in Campbell Hall.

Audio Equipment

Audio Consoles

  • QSC Touchmix-16 (digital) 20 total inputs: (12) XLR, (4) XLR/TRS combo, (2) stereo ¼” TRS; all channels 4-band parametric EQ with hi/lo shelving, variable 24db/octave HPF and LPF, gate, compressor.

  • Wireless remote control with QSC Apps for iPhone and iPad.

  • Located in the control booth at the rear of Campbell Hall, and used primarily for classroom lectures and small public events.

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Image of QSC Touchmix-16 the house console
  • Midas M32 (digital)-40 simultaneous input channels. 

  • 25 time-aligned and phase-coherent mix buses. 

  • 8 stereo signal processing effects engines. 

  • Wireless remote control with MIDAS Apps for iPhone and iPad.

  • Set-up at the rear of the auditorium with access to stage via a 48 x 10 Whirlwind analog snake

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Image of the M 32 Midas console

There are (8) XLR connections built into the stage that terminate in the control booth. These are used for the most basic lectures and events.

For complex events there is a 48x10 Whirlwind system terminating in a MASS Connector at the back of the Hall for a FOH Desk, parallel input boxes stage left and right, and a MASS connected split stage left for a Monitor Desk. XLR breakouts are available for each MASS Connection.

 

Speaker Systems

  • (2) QSC KLA12 90deg x 18deg active full-range boxes mounted on

  • (2) QSC KW181 18” active subwoofers Ground-stacked at the extreme down stage right and left of the apron. 

  • Processor:  DBX Venue 360

QSC KLA12

  • (2) QSC K8 Active loudspeakers

  • (4) QSC K12 Active loudspeakers

  • (2) QSC K8 Active Loudspeakers

  • (10) Shure SM 58

  • (8) Shure SM 57

  • (2) Shure SM 81

  • (4) Sennheiser 421

  • (3) Crown PCC

  • (4) Shure Beta 98

  • (1) Shure Beta 52

  • (2) AKG 414

  • (2) Shure MX418 gooseneck

  • + miscellaneous booms, stands, and cable

  • (4) Shure ULXD systems

  • (4) Handheld transmitters with Shure SM58 capsules

  • (4) Bodypack transmitters

  • (4) AT831CW cardioid lavalier

  • (4) Countryman E6 with available “2nd ear”

  • (2) Shure headsets

  • Otojoy Hearing Loop system: UniVox SLS-300XF transmitters provide an induction Loop System throughout the seating area. 

  • Patrons with T-coils in their hearing appliances can access the system without extra equipment. 

  • Headsets available on request. 

  • Students should contact the Disabled Student Program to secure equipment long-term.

  • Mac Book Pro operating various software (MS Powerpoint, QLab, iTunes, etc…)

  • Oppo BDP-103 BD player

(1) Clear-Com WBS-670 providing 4 channels of wireless com

(4) Wireless beltpacks

(1) Clear-Com PS-702 2-ch base station (1-ch provided throughout house)

(6) Belt packs

(10) Headsets

(1)DSAN PerfectCue presentation remote

     A. 2-button remote

     B. 3-button remote with green laser (pending)

(2) Dinofire presentation remote with green laser

Lighting Equipment

Lighting

  • (134) 2.4kw ETC “Sensor” in a dimmer-per-circuit configuration using 20A old style 3 pin twist connectors

Circuits are distributed in the following manner:

  • (17) 1st Ante Proscenium

  • (21) 2nd Ante Proscenium

  • (17) 1st Electric

  • (19) 2nd Electric

  • (20) 3rd Electric

  • (15) Sidelights: SR

  • (15) Sidelights: SL

  • (2 circuits each SL/SR) Floor pockets 

  • (2 circuits each SL/SR) Cross-over

Front of House - Please note: we cannot change the type, position or configuration of these instruments. They may be colored, focused and assigned to a channel.

  • (21) 26 degree Source Four E.R.S. (750w) permanently hung in the 2nd AP 

  • (17) 36 degree Source Four E.R.S. (750w) permanently hung in the 1st AP 

 

Over Stage within Rep Plot- Note that most of our inventory is hanging in our Rep Plot. There are a very limited number of fixtures available beyond that configuration. 

See Rep Plot for common distribution.

  • (22) ETC Source Four 26deg (575w)

  • (26) ETC Source Four 36deg (575w)

  • (15) ETC Source Four 50deg (575w)

  • (10) ETC PAR (575w- WFL is standard due to low trim) 

  • (10) ETC LED PAR

  • (07) ETC LED CYC  (permanently hung downstage of the 3E)

  • (4) Elation Platinum Spot LED II

  • (16) PAR 64 (various bulbs available - please inquire)

  • (22) ETC PAR (WFL is standard due to low trim)

  • (12) Elation Hot Boxes (RGBAW)

  • (4) 1500w Century Scoops

Projection Equipment

Projector

(1) Panasonic PT- MZ16KL (housed FOH in upstairs booth approx 16ft above stage level; 105ft throw distance to screen)

  1. 16000 lumens
  2. 16:9 (WUXGA) native
  3. HDMI, DVI, HD-SDI

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Barco PDS-902-3G Presentation switcher 

  • AUX connections over Cat5e: three (3) runs Cat5e each from booth to Stage Left and Stage Right for various AV needs

Projection Screen 

  • 42ft x 14.75ft (visible) Stewart screen with perforations. Top and bottom masking fixed. Adjustable side masking via full-stage traveler immediately downstage of the screen.

 

Macbook Pro with QLab4 Video License

 

Contacts

Eric Moore
Technical Director
Campbell Hall
erik.moore@id.ucsb.edu
805-893-2461

Avery Wheeler
Public Events Manager
Campbell Hall
avery.wheeler@id.ucsb.edu
805-893-2461