- Oct 16, 2011
Again I will say this. The setup was great simply because he wasn't pushing things to the limit. He kept everything at a good volume so things weren't screaming.Is it still tacky to hand out business cards at someone else's event if the email And website on the card are incorrect?
Asking for a friend.
My guess is for 15 people in a small room, my S1 would sound better than 4 subs and 4 speakers.
I recall setting up at a venue several years ago. One of those multiple room places. I was setting up in the main ballroom. About 200 people. Right across from me was the smallest room. I was setting up my l1 and these 2 guys were bring in 4 big tops and 4 big subs, and a huge rolling rack of gear in the middle. They kept looking in at my set up as they came by with their dollies. I glanced in their room when I was done. There were 4-8 person tables in this small room. 1 speaker and sub per table
These guys were white, BTW
I don't get into labeling music racially. I play both kinds of music. Country AND Western