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Wow, the sound producers for the Stones need to be fired

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  1. pats1

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    Can't hear a damn thing.
     
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    That's typical for the Stones. They always sound bad live. But you don't go see the Stones for the music, you see them because they're the Stones
     
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    I thought they sounded fine. I don't think the NFL should have these big halftime shows but, given that they do, I thought the band sounded good.
     
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    Considering how bad the acoustics are in those places I thought it was pretty good. Sometimes what you think is stereo is actually refined monaural because it is easier to deal with in a stadium where this is much reverberations.
     
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    I'm talking more Mick Jaggar. You couldn't hear him on certain parts of the stage.
     
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    That was ABC and their 5 second delay, so they could keep questionable stuff off the air. There were several parts were they stopped what was coming from him.

    The last 2 tours have had poorer sound than usual - don't know if its new equipment, sound guys or both. The sound on this tour is better than the last one, but not up to the standards of prior years.
     
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    So do these bull**** refs.
     
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    "Start Me Up"? My that's surprising. I never saw that song selection coming.

    At least they ddin't do something boring and stereotypical.
     
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    Agreed. Also during the game, they decided we wanted to hear the fans drowning out the commentators. ABC doesn't deserve to keep MNF.
     
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    shakadave In the Starting Line-Up

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    I thought so too. I cracked my brother up by predicting Start Me Up in advance.
     
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    Jagger usually sucks live. He sounds better now at 62 than he did years ago in his 30s. I applaud him for keeping himself in great shape. I enjoyed the show overall.

    Bob G
     
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    There was several mikes that didn't seem to be working on the pregame show with Stevie Wonder. You couldn't hear several of the performers.
     

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