Posts Tagged ‘Rome live at Electrowerkz 1014’

I can only begin this text by admitting that it’s almost revealing to experience a live gig which challenges and invalidates any negative preconceptions. In the 7 years that I’ve been attending live gigs in Slimelight this was the first one with such a good sound that didn’t compromise the bands’ music! I had to keep reminding myself that I was actually in Electrowerkz and not somewhere else.

RomeThis was more evident during Rome‘s performance which must have posed the biggest challenges since it was based on the acoustic guitar. As I’ve mentioned in the introductory text, it has been proven challenging for sound engineers in the past, to stress the positive elements of Rome’s music in various spaces so this time the careful sound engineering created a warm atmosphere that captured the whole audience. The sound was very clear without losing its warmth or the emotional strength of Rome’s music . The sound engineer took into account all the melodic changes within each song as well as the acoustic character of the music. The final result achieved a great balance between Jérôme’s voice and his sensitive melodies so everyone had a unique chance to enjoy and appreciate his music. Jérôme enjoyed the positive feedback and the audience found it difficult to accept the limited duration of his setlist asking him to ignore the allocated time and play more.


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