Sound engineers...

posted on #1
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Joined: 20.01.14
posted on #2
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Joined: 30.12.10
now i know what i need to work on :)

btw, the "could you please shut up for a second so I can adjust the bass" and the "turn your amp down, we're using microphones here" situations are both totally common,
and if you want to make sure you'll get a crappy sound later that night, just keep annoying the sound guy by not following his instructions while he's trying to get you set up :)

Might do a "how to collaborate well with a (totally stressed) sound engineer" post sometime, a grumpy sound engineer can ruin any bands practise efforts single handedly, so better treat him nice :)
"Sorry - had to do it!" - Les Claypool

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posted on #3
Posts: 42
Joined: 21.06.14
funny! I don't want to ever rely on that guy to make me sound good, but funny
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