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Discussion in 'Live Sound [BG]' started by tensegrity, Jan 4, 2014.


  1. tensegrity

    tensegrity

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    Saw ToP yesterday in LA. Fantastic show as always - incredible new lead singer, Ray Greene. Sure do miss Rocco though - something about him and Garibaldi together that's just very special. What pros, though, are they all. Wow.
  2. modulusman

    modulusman

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    Well what kind of PA were they using? :confused: :D
  3. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic Supporting Member

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    If Rocco's not there, who's playing bass?
  4. tensegrity

    tensegrity

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    Raymond McKinley was on bass. Not sure about PA, but the bass was incredibly boomy sounding and muddy from where I was sitting. So the only issues I have was with the PA, which was truly awful, at least from where I was sitting. Just muddy boominess in the lower registers.
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  6. ToP fan

    ToP fan

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    Will be checking out the new singer and bassist at a local gig on Jan 25th - hope they get the PA right!!

    But hey - ToP on a bad day is still better than most :hyper:

    Dave
  7. tensegrity

    tensegrity

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    Mimi seemed to be very pleased with Ray Greene - understandably so!
  8. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic Supporting Member

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    Is Rocco out of the band for health issues again?
  9. tensegrity

    tensegrity

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    I believe he's awaiting a new kidney.
  10. TimmyP

    TimmyP

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    Most PAs are endowed with an overabundance of 80Hz. And most mixpersons don't seem to notice.

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