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sound check

n
(Electronics) an on-the-spot rehearsal by a band before a gig to enable the sound engineer to set up the mixer
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We had zero sound check and rehearsal,' she wrote on her Twitter page.
The site is an outgrowth of Brian Shamie's popular Sound Check column, which has appeared in our Time out!
Other activities that Team YeY features in its various segments are dancing in Galaw Go, food preparation in Snaks Naman, sports in Game Play, and music in Sound Check.
He had left the guitar, which his dad owned for 50 years before giving it to him, on stage following a sound check.
On Monday she arrived for a sound check at Birmingham's O2, closely followed by Strictly dance partner Kevin Clifton, 35 - rumoured to be her boyfriend.
Ali said he wrote to the Kilimani Foundation chairman and Nema, inviting them to conduct a sound check. He said the chairman and some residents went to the location for an inspection but that Nema official did not respond.
General tickets cost PS30.90, and VIP tickets cost PS66 - which includes entry to sound check, the opportunity to meet Kenny and a commemmorative tour laminate.
The audience stares back, expecting the usual rock foreplay, the twang-twang of tune-up, the "sibilance" of sound check.
Tenders are invited for Provide sound, stage, and lighting services, includes sound check is required prior to the performance, when headlining, the place of engagement shall be ready and available to artist six (6) hours before intended door time of the engagement, winning bidder agrees to have all sound equipment set up, and operable one (1) hour prior to artist~s load in and have PA and monitors available for tuning.
"Every day you get out, get into venue, sound check and play.
Rumour is they were doing a secret sound check this weekend but I'm not convinced.
What's more, this exclusive prize on Sunday March 23 includes a backstage sound check experience and a signed gig poster.