Noisy bandmember?

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Noisy bandmember?

Post by Barry on Thu Jul 31, 2014 2:53 pm

The bugger will not turn it down?
Can't hear your dulcet tones over the noise he's making?

Try packing THIS at yer next gig!

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Re: Noisy bandmember?

Post by The Don on Fri Aug 01, 2014 3:47 am

I could definitely use one of those......

We had a rehearsal on Tuesday and unusually neither of our drummers/percussionists was available (one on holiday, the other was injured). I have to say that, lack of rhythm section aside (although Mrs. Don did contribute bongos, tambourine and, most importantly cowbell - of which naturally, we needed more) our sound has never been more balanced or sweeter.

As the main vocalists, Mrs don and I are painfully aware when we get louder (despite the protestations of the rest of the band) because we're having to shout and scream just to make ourselves heard by the end of the gig. I've always blamed the stick-wielding Neanderthals at the back - now it seems I have my proof.

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Re: Noisy bandmember?

Post by Dynasty on Mon Feb 02, 2015 3:00 pm

Quantity not quality seems to be younger musicians specialty, found out differently in my later years that the quieter you play to a point, the more people tend to listen! It also helps to do to ask for a request now an then.

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