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Mmm...
It's so nice to just scroll down my friends page and find nothing but v. positive reviews of Jekyll and Hyde... now over, sadly, as is my Black Maskers experience...

People count: 520 - apparently beating Hello Dolly by 1 person.

I wanted to cry, as the audience stood and applauded last night... I'll miss this show, and Black Maskers more, and the feeling of standing up there, in the darkened booth, watching our actors salute us, watching the hard work that everyone's done fall together in one beautiful work of art, of expression, of emotion and just being _there_.

Thank you, Lady, for bringing me to Drama four years ago...

I'm recording the audio from yesterday night's show to my computer now, so in about 4-5 hours, if all goes well, I'll have it split up into tracks for people to download/burn on to CD and pass around/whatever. There's one thing that I neglected to fix - CD and laptop - the two things that went over our mains did not get recorded since it didn't pass through Goldman's equipment and thus didn't go up to the booth monitors for Goldman's stuff. That means I'm missing those 5 sound tracks... oh well.

I need to study and do the history outline thing as well. Feh.
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marbenais From: marbenais Date: April 25th, 2004 10:18 am (UTC) (Link)
Hhmm . . . I thought it was 525 . . .
porsupah From: porsupah Date: April 25th, 2004 02:39 pm (UTC) (Link)
I think you mentioned camerawork at one point - do there indeed exist visual records of your overall accomplishment? ^_^

the two things that went over our mains did not get recorded since it didn't pass through Goldman's equipment and thus didn't go up to the booth monitors for Goldman's stuff.

D'oh! C'est la vie. Mmmm.. that's something I'd really want to get back into, even moreso if I can return to the Bay long term - concert recording. ^_^ I was with a company heavily involved in broadcast audio equipment (processors and suchlike.. yes, including companders to make all stations SOUND REALLY LOUD without actually exceeding modulation limits), and as a result, every other person was involved in some musical project or another (or several!). I wound up being the videofur for several - no-one anyone will have heard of, but still a great deal of talent, no question, from the prog rock of Spaceship Eyes through to the experimental collage of Mr Meridies and Wobbly, amongst others. Unfortunately, my humble camcorder has no provision for external audio, so it was always purely on the internal stereo mike, whereas I'd much have preferred to be able to record some mix of board feed and ambient audio.
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