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Episode 43 - P.A. System Basics
This episode picks up where I left off in #42 and will walk you through the entire signal chain of a typical bluegrass P.A. setup. It concludes with a short course in microphones. You may not need this today but you will some day–with any luck at all!
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In this episode I mentioned a diagram, a flow chart, which follows what I am talking about in the episode. Here it is.
I also mentioned my son Jackson's classical composition he calls "Capriccio in F". Oh! If I can ever get him steered towards bluegrass!
He's an amazing kid and from the sound of this he may have picked up a gene or two from J.S. Bach himself through our old German family lineage. Who knows! That moment around 1:09-1:10 is really cool. All I will say is that it's pretty impressive for a kid of 9 years old. Chris Thile: If you want to play this please contact Jackson.
And, finally, here is our joint project "Christmas Songs for Mandolin." Have fun with it and remember 1/2 the dough goes towards Jackson's french horn fund.