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Special Event Sound
This defines and outlines the author's approach to live audio Special Events. Choosing from a number of such productions in which the author has been involved it shows how a similar approach can be utilised for many differing types of event. Focussing on two specific shows, differing completely in their type, location and audio content it can be demonstrated that if a logical approach is used it will inevitably lead to a successful live event.
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