Above original 3D GIF created in Cinema 4D by Thoth
Rain rain rain . . .
Again working on a head model. The mastering of making a 3d head model is an obsession for me, mostly because then I can design my own 3D characters.
So I ask you (those who so easily throw advice our way but know nothing at all about what we are doing): if you love us and what we do (because of course that’s why you dole out advice so generously) and are now stage managing a huge stage where you want us to play, how will you mic us and stage us to show us the best to the 500 people gathered in the audience. Nobody does this well. NOBODY! This is what we need. Instead most ignore us till the last minute, or don’t sound check well, or minimise the mic structure we use, or complicate it to the point of constriction and claustrophobia . . .
Do you know what I am asking? I’m asking for advice here from those of you who are so smart and so frequently dole out advice. I guarantee you have not a clue . . . because I don’t. And I’ve tried for years!!!
Many say “Don’t move so much. Stay near the mics.” Great! Thanks alot! That’s showing us off real well. Movement is as important to me as playing the violin in certain instances.