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M. Erik Matlock

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Proper Prep: Practice ≠ Rehearsal ≠ Sound Check
« on: March 12, 2019, 08:30:54 am »

Proper Prep: Practice ≠ Rehearsal ≠ Sound Check
No one wants to have their time wasted on something that could have been prevented with proper preparation.
By Karl Winkler March 12, 2019


Something that easily defines X number of minutes or hours we cant get back are those times when we end up waiting for someone to fumble around with their gear, seemingly unaware of how to make it work properly.

The example that comes to mind is photographers and videographers who dont remember where certain settings are in the menu or dont know how to set the white balance. Frustrating, isnt it?

No one wants to have their time wasted on something that could have been prevented with proper preparation. But when the roles are reversed, what are we doing to make sure were not the ones fumbling around? First, to me, is having clear in our own heads the difference between practice, sound check, and rehearsal...

Continue reading here: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/live-sound/proper-prep-practice-%E2%89%A0-rehearsal-%E2%89%A0-sound-check/
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