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Author Topic: Don't like operating "singer's" phone for backing trax? Beat this.  (Read 5427 times)

Scott Olewiler

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Re: Don't like operating "singer's" phone for backing trax? Beat this.
« Reply #50 on: July 03, 2019, 07:25:35 am »


So he hands me this box and shows me all 8 trs jacks for the different outputs...



You really don't carry TRS to XLR cables?
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Geert Friedhof

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Re: Don't like operating "singer's" phone for backing trax? Beat this.
« Reply #51 on: July 04, 2019, 06:24:35 pm »

Not eight of them no.
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Re: Don't like operating "singer's" phone for backing trax? Beat this.
« Reply #52 on: July 04, 2019, 08:39:56 pm »

Not eight of them no.
I carry a little 12 ch. "utility mixer" for "jobs" like that......
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Re: Don't like operating "singer's" phone for backing trax? Beat this.
« Reply #53 on: July 18, 2019, 12:27:14 am »

I had a mom of a young group of dancers turn up with a piece of paper with a YouTube address written on it. Of course, I had emailed all performers specific instructions to bring a USB stick with their music OR email it to me in advance.

We were in the middle of a field out doors with no WiFi. I played it off my phone, after telling her this is not good enough.

It was not really surprising when halfway through the song, the youtube video goes to a long, painful ad for Grammarly at high volume.
The poor kids onstage froze and couldn't find their place after the ad and it all turned to a huge shambles.

The mom looked at me with a panicked look that said 'WHAT DID YOU DO!!' and then she realised it was her fault and went bright red. I suspect she will communicate better in future....
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Re: Don't like operating "singer's" phone for backing trax? Beat this.
« Reply #54 on: July 18, 2019, 11:04:28 am »

I had a mom of a young group of dancers turn up with a piece of paper with a YouTube address written on it. Of course, I had emailed all performers specific instructions to bring a USB stick with their music OR email it to me in advance.

We were in the middle of a field out doors with no WiFi. I played it off my phone, after telling her this is not good enough.

It was not really surprising when halfway through the song, the youtube video goes to a long, painful ad for Grammarly at high volume.
The poor kids onstage froze and couldn't find their place after the ad and it all turned to a huge shambles.

The mom looked at me with a panicked look that said 'WHAT DID YOU DO!!' and then she realised it was her fault and went bright red. I suspect she will communicate better in future....

Well, THAT sound guy surely didnít know what he was doing (sigh)
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