We’re exploring the pivotal relationship between the musical artists and their sound engineer.
There’s nothing worse than having a bad relationship with the person running the sound at the back of the venue. We’d love to know what you’ve done to make this a positive relationship and get the most out of your sound.
So the question is: Do you ever work with a live sound engineer? What do you do to get the most out of that relationship?
Great Comments from last week:
Last week I asked: What advice do you have to stay vocally healthy through the darker, colder winter months?
Dane Chalfin wrote…
“Diet! So easy to fall into the sugar trap as the weather declines”.
Bonnie Troy commented…
“Throat coat tea by Traditional Medicinals, Liquorice root and slippery elm bark, Echinacea to boost the immune system, Probiotics (acidophilus) for good digestion and garlic to kill what floats by like flu and cold. Stay off dairy and yeast producing foods – dairy, bread products and sugars…and beer”.
Joanie Penman posted…
“No coffee for me in the winter. Tea. And decaf at that..no highs and lows. And stay hydrated, wear a scarf outside. Wrap up, and warm up at the venue rather than in the car”.
Thanks again everyone, looking forward to hearing your views in next weeks discussion.