Oh yeah, I can hear what you mean.Eva Yojimbo wrote:Go to about 13:00 especially and you can hear what she sounds like when she moves between/around the mics. You can tell how she has to move pretty far away before you hear a major volume difference. There's also very little processing here otherwise (no reverb/delay) unlike the SNL performance, so you can hear her actual voice even clearer.
I'm glad you had a good time!That's one of the few shows I've been to that was so powerful it seemed to generate that same kind of transcendental connectedness I used to get from church when I was a kid.
That kind of "connectedness" you mention...I don't think I've ever felt that once before. I guess that's why I've always been kind of a loner.
Man I knew it was going to be a clusterfuck when I finally went in for a checkup about a month ago and the dentist looked at my teeth and straight up said "Wow this is weird!". When I went in last week he told "Man these cavities are even worse than I thought!". He's kind of a goofball like that. He thinks I might just have naturally poor enamel, though I did let things get out of hand for these last few years between poor hygiene and not visiting the dentist when I should have and that's my own fault more than anything.Sorry to hear about your dental troubles! I've been lucky in that I've never had any dental problems in my life, not even a cavity.
Still, I'm getting myself back on the right track. I had another visit yesterday and I have at least three more in the coming weeks- including a root canal. What a joy that will be!