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    Comments

    Mike

    If I could, once again, add another, it would be "Not knowing your equipment." This is a corollary to my previous comment.

    It's not the musician's job to know how to set up the compressor properly, or how to make the monitors sound good. Learn your desk, learn your outboard gear, learn your craft. Prove to the musicians that you can be trusted with their music.

    Again, great thoughts Pete!

    Pete

    Hey Mike! thanks for your thoughts. I always tell folks to know your instrument to the point that it becomes like breathing! Thanks for the post to! I am humbled!

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