If you’ve been on stage, you’re likely to have had them. Those nights when something went terribly, terribly wrong. Whether the problem was brought about by a technical issue, illness or just a plain, old fashioned screw up, there are those times when we didn’t quite hit the mark and the show went into a…

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As the rise in “affordable home recording equipment” surges ever onward, there are a number of rehearsal studios popping up around the place that offer do-it-yourself recording set ups.  You may have seen some advertised.  Often pretty little spots that boast being able to have you walk in and turn out a recording straight from…

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Last week we covered Dealing with Sound Engineers and Dealing with Promoters/Venue Operators. This is our last part of the series: During the Performance and After the Performance  9. During the Performance Do avoid “dead air”. (moments of silence where no music or between song banter is being projected from the stage.)  Audiences lose interest quickly…

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