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Robert Weston

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Re: What is our/your endgame?
« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2014, 03:27:25 pm »

My goal is to ensure that each show (no matter how small) is the best sounding the crowd has ever heard... too many people in the "sound" business provide crappy sound at good shows.  I want the people/crowd/band to know good sound need not be a compromise.  The sound industry (like most all industries) over time has trivialize itself and produces products that are marketed as "this will do everything all the time" of which these products are subsequently sold to the unaware and ill-informed and wind up utilized for shows; where the sound is crap.

When I hear people talk about how good the event sounded, I've reached my goal.

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Steve M Smith

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Re: What is our/your endgame?
« Reply #11 on: March 24, 2014, 03:50:40 pm »

When I hear people talk about how good the event sounded, I've reached my goal.

Same here.  The old cliche is that if it sounds good, the band gets the credit and if it sounds bad, it's the engineer's fault but you can still feel good when you hear people talking about how good the band sounded.

It's even better when the band tell you that and thank you after the show.


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Re: What is our/your endgame?
« Reply #12 on: March 24, 2014, 08:05:53 pm »

Same here.  The old cliche is that if it sounds good, the band gets the credit and if it sounds bad, it's the engineer's fault but you can still feel good when you hear people talking about how good the band sounded.

It's even better when the band tell you that and thank you after the show.


Steve.
I love to hear the band say, "it sounded great on stage"
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