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Re: Korg Kronos live / UPS

Postby The Elf » Fri Jan 24, 2020 2:33 pm

Folderol wrote:It's been many decades since I last played at a live gig, but we had a policy of not switching gear on till pretty much the last minute. This was because in those days our stuff was somewhat fragile and people switching plugs around was a serious risk! I'm wondering if doing the same these days might mitigate this problem a bit - if all the pretty lights aren't on the numpties are less likely to be attracted to them.
That would leave my analogue synths with some 'interesting' tuning options for me! :lol:
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Re: Korg Kronos live / UPS

Postby Folderol » Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:50 pm

The Elf wrote:
Folderol wrote:It's been many decades since I last played at a live gig, but we had a policy of not switching gear on till pretty much the last minute. This was because in those days our stuff was somewhat fragile and people switching plugs around was a serious risk! I'm wondering if doing the same these days might mitigate this problem a bit - if all the pretty lights aren't on the numpties are less likely to be attracted to them.
That would leave my analogue synths with some 'interesting' tuning options for me! :lol:
You use them for live work :shocked: You're a far braver man that me!

Oh, wait. I don't any. {FX:slinks away shamefaced} :beamup:
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