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I just updated WordPress and it took forever. No three steps here. Lots of uploading, downloading, deleting, overwriting, rinsing, and repeating. Finally I got the page they said I would get and I was able to update to the latest version. I know I do not blog much but come on guys. Well now that I have updated my site, I think I will try to blog a little more often. I know that is not saying much but hey what do you want from me, I am a very busy person, or at least I think I am. Well time to get back to my homework so I can play a little but of NWN2 before bed and a long trip home tomorrow.
Well I have decided that everybody out there has all kinds of terrible pictures of concerts and events from their camera phones. So I decided to get in on the action and take some junky pictures with my camera phone from my unique vantage point: The “Front of House” console.
Camera: Motorola ic902 camera phone
Console: Mackie 24-4 VLZ Pro (blech)
EQ’s: Sabine GRQ
Amps: QSC PL1.6 & QSC PLX2 3602
Main Speakers: EAW LA460’s
Down Fills: EAW LA212’s
Monitors (4 mixes): EAW LA212’s & EAW Commercial VRM’s
As you can see the sound system was quite minimal and the input list was small, however the band had a very big and good sound. The concert was very entertaining and I would recommend everybody to go see it. I especially liked the sword dance. The show went off without a hitch and the entire cast and crew were wonderful. It is always great when my job allows me to see these kind of events.