A lot of things have changed since my last Review on Browser Toolbars. For starters, I believe I may have been using IE – in ear monitor system for band Explorer at that time. Since then however, I have confidently switched to Mozilla Firefox. Let’s face it, Internet Explorer is just old school dealing up a bunch of hassle.
D is for Dangerous- This song brings the focus back to creative drumming that reminds one of View from the Afternoon. It is a rocking song that uses strong bass and drums to really create atmosphere. The best in-ear monitors for live performance build up the energy by repeating the same lines. It’s about a girl and how a guy is divided between the danger of the girl and the things about her that he likes. From Favourite Worst Nightmare.
An artist can do this to you by moving the mic closer to their mouth and increasing their voice instead of moving the mic away. A screamer in a heavy metal band can really be trouble here. An MCO that knows their artist or speaker will know they do this and be ready. Being prepared, the input can be toned down just in time so the audience gets the correct effect. Really good artists will move the mic to keep the averages in the right area. This is why the artists have stage monitors and in ear monitors. The stage monitors or in ear monitors will let the artist know they goofed at the same time the house speakers let the audience know. It won’t matter, “The MCO should have caught it” will be the answer.
Her first feedback music was originally planned to be set in a cartoon-like environment to attract young children. But Britney didn’t like that idea at all. She wanted a more mature presentation and the set moved to Venice High School. Her naughty, school girl outfit that she wore, with the uniform shirt tied up to expose her bare midriff and pigtails that resembled those of the scandalous movie young girl, Lolita, all helped to rocket her into a worldwide superstar.
Finally, any message for your fans anxiously awaiting your set at the historic Lobero theater in Santa Barbara? I recently produced a local Santa Barbara artist named Haddon Cord, and I want to use this opportunity to introduce her to the local music fans in SB. Since I used Dave and Wally on her tracks, we may even back her up on a couple of songs. I’ve been to the beautiful Lobero Theater and I can’t wait to play there with the CVB. If the joy we have playing together could be bottled and sold, we’d solve all the world’s problems!