Turns out the talent gets nervous if you seem to be unhappy about what you hear during the sound check.
Remember, it’s not “us versus them” but rather “we’re working together for the best result.”
Tools and supplies that sound companies should have on hand at all times to insure things run as smoothly, efficiently and professionally as possible.
Mistakes can be embarrassing, especially in a public venue. But if we aren’t making mistakes, we aren’t learning.
The only question is under what load and under what conditions…
In a mathematically, theoretically perfect world everything works best if it’s all nice and parallel, however that’s not the world we live in.
Creating a functional and “practical” radio for production of Clybourne Park at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Front of house engineer Billy Moore, with monitor engineers Marc Earp and Ben Rigby, discusses the production for the Holdin’ My Own Tour.