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Wed Mar 21, 2018 07:29

I did several bluegrass events several years ago. Keeping in mind that the majority of the musicians were true amateur and had never performed miced up or play of pay...quite a wide varied response from the musicians.

I found that the majority of the amateur musicians simply wanted one mic for everyone to crowd around. No monitors.

The few pro gigs wanted multiple inputs and monitors.

We have a little experience with "semi deaf professional musicians" who tend to need a dual 15 for their personal monitor at volume level 12 (level 20 would make them happier, but it only goes to 10).

I guess that Jo Dee wanted to get "intimate" with the small venue audience. Thus more stories than music? Or perhaps the years on the road are starting to take their toll? Easier to talk than to stress her voice?

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