- Yea Bruce, my english got scrambled in my description. What I meant to say was speakers in the back end of the seating area facing forward. My comments in thisMessage 1 of 12 , Jul 11, 2012View SourceYea Bruce, my english got scrambled in my description. What I meant to say was speakers in the back end of the seating area facing forward. My comments in this area are not meant as sound engineering suggestions. I am not qualified to improve the sound design. And my hearing is fine. I haven't blown it out listening to RR as I often wore ear protection at shows. All of us have different sensitivities. I was just weighing in with my experience. Thanks for pointing out my scrambled verbage though.Scott DuRoff
From: "Bruce Hayden" <folkmuse@...>
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 11:01:17 PM
Subject: RE: [KateWolfFestival] Sound volume way too high
On Saturday our chairs were farther back and I found myself wishing for more volume. I realize there is only so much volume that can be accommodated because of the Utahpia stage but I was wishing for speakers in the back of the main stage area facing forward but that would probably be difficult for the performers.
[Bruce Hayden] If you love feedback with speakers facing back to the main stage that is what you would get. Notice that all the mains are in front of the monitors and mics, put the monitors to close to the mains and you have feedback beyond control