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Re: ending ambient pieces when playing LIVE shows
I think I've posted this idea before -- but it's been a while.
My al-time favorite way of having a set end is to have an
announcer speak with a bullhorn in an faux authoritarian
voice demanding that I stop playing -- to which I simply give
a dramatic yank on the power cord and pull the plug (resulting
in a variety of audio sizzles and pops). I've only been able to
convince one concert producer to do this so far. But it is
really funny when done right.
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