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Working for the Guy Working for the big guy!

Postby jlepore » Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:51 pm

Got the chance to mix Jon Bon Jovi for an acoustic show (about 5K people). Just a 58 on his vocal with an old 990 for a verb and he sounded amazing. What a clean voice!

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Re: Working for the Guy Working for the big guy!

Postby airickess » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:38 am

Good performers always make the job easier, don't they?
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Re: Working for the Guy Working for the big guy!

Postby jlepore » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:18 pm

Yes, yes they do! No turd polishing here!
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Re: Working for the Guy Working for the big guy!

Postby jlklein » Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:12 am

airickess wrote:Good performers always make the job easier, don't they?


Couldn't agree more. Our PW band leader at church won a free wedding by ChristianCafe.com and part of it was Stephen Curtis Chapman singing during the wedding ceremony in our local historic Elkridge Furnace Inn (in an echoey stone room). Just him and an acoustic through a cheap Peavey powered mixer and a couple of Peavey boxes on sticks and he sounded amazing.

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