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Friday, July 16, 2004
An Open Letter to the Sound Guy at The Goofy Foot Lounge in Omaha, Nebraska:

You, sir, suck.

I've never engineered a live performance before -- the only engineering I've done was with sound effects for plays. But, surely you aren't deaf. Surely you could have heard that you had the instruments far, FAR too loud for the venue. Surely you could have heard that you didn't have them balanced. Surely you could have heard that you needed to bring down both the organ and the rhythm guitar so that the lead guitar could be heard. Surely you could have turned everything way the hell down so that the audience could actually hear the vocals. And, for damned sure, you shouldn't have just given up and cut the vocals from everything except the monitors.

You did have the drums balanced right. You probably could have cut a bit of the midrange from the cymbals, however. A little piercing at times.

Sincerely,
the folks who were at The Terminals show last night.





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