christiaan said:Who cares. He sucks.
*slaps cordura21 with a greasy trout*
OneArmedScissor said:I hate it when people eat mics and there is tons of proximity effect. Yeah, you need to get close to sound "full," but why don't they ever cut the muddy bass out of it? You can almost never understand what people are saying over a PA because of that, and it seems so simple to fix.
noisedude said:Then for some reason he decided that when he sang louder, he should also get close onto the mic. It audibly (as in the whole audience heard it) clipped in my speakers and carried on booming until I'd put on a high-pass and rolled the entire low EQ off.
OneArmedScissor said:I said why don't people cut muddy bass out. When people just sit there and talk into them it is like "muh muh muh muh" or whatever other indistinguishable mumbo jumbo because it is so muddy.