Hey, we all know live sound engineers can get a little cranky… Or sometimes very cranky.
Well, it's my turn to vent a bit – I'm spilling the beans on 16 ways you can annoy the sound engineer at your shows, and how that could totally mess up your night.
At best, they won't put much effort into mixing your sound, and at worst, they might even make you sound terrible on purpose.
But let's be real, you usually want to be invited back to the venue, right? To make that happen, it's critical to leave a positive impression on everyone you meet, and that definitely includes not ticking off the engineer.
Tune in now to discover how to keep the sound engineer happy, so your band can rock the stage and sound fantastic!
What you’ll learn:
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