This is the blog's first official entry and I just thought it would better if I did not jump unto the topics immediately. Here, I will try to share as much knowledge as I can covering the many topics and problems people like you and me encounter during gigs. From equipment usage, live and studio sound engineering, stage set-ups, performances and more, each day, I will try to convey to you what is best at certain situations from experience. This is not a blog saying how good I am, but rather, a guide so that you may not commit the same stupid mistakes I did when faced with such problems and hopefully get your gigs over and done effectively and more fun. Most times, the articles or tips I'll be sharing will be random and I will just organize and properly segregate them in categories (hopefully) as we go along.
I've been involved in the music and entertainment industry almost all of my life and as they say, time and experience is the best teacher. I started out as a performing artist for both live and the studio and later on progressed to sound engineering, events equipment rentals and events productions. Although I know that the learning process will and must not ever stop, hopefully, the many years of accumulated knowledge I've had may serve a better purpose for those who want to learn more, and in return, I'm quite sure I'll learn more from all of you as well.
Cheers and happy reading!