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Re: gig spam and question about playing outdoors

outdoor gigs usually have no enclosures so the sound waves dont have much 
reflect off of...like in a club on brick walls,etc. more volume might be 
issue for you when you play...as long as you can hear yourself and your 
loops, let the sound enginneer do the rest.
  the hardest thing for me about playin outdoor gigs is gettin a good 
monitor mix were i can hear everyone on the stage. it usually happens that 
can only hear the musicians on my side of the stage and the other side is 
its on little world...but it just depends on the p.a. and stage 
if you have side fills or plenty of monitors you shouldnt have any worries.
idont know if that was any help...but what the hell

>From: "Taaffe, Denis G" <dtaaffe@indiana.edu>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: "'Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com'"  
>Subject: gig spam and question about playing outdoors
>Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 14:52:38 -0500
>hey I will be playing my first outdoor gig tommorow in Bloomington, In at
>5:30pm . I will be playing regular guitar and guitar loops done on the 
>My question is, what are the acoustics like outdoors. i have only played
>indoor gigs? Need mroe volume?
>denis taaffe

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