If you're asking me, no because I wouldn't call myself a Swift fan (The songs she played on SNL are the only ones of her's that I've even heard), and in general I don't enjoy live music or concerts at all.maz89 wrote:Your thoughts? You planning to catch one of the few shows planned in the US?
FYI it's not the mics but whatever processor the mic signal is going into that does the compression. Swift recently did a mini-show for NPR's Tiny Desk series and that's probably a better example of hearing her live:Raxivace wrote:Okay, I figured modern mics were probably like that but I have basically no experience with them myself.
I'm not aware who this "Tool" is but I hope you have fun at your concert! I had my first of several dentist appointments over the next several weeks yesterday, so while listening to these Tool people put on their concert think about how I'm recovering from getting three fillings lol.
Very cool to hear about this. I saw Guns n' Roses and Tool within 5 days of each other; saw GnR on a Thursday (they were only a 20 minute drive) and Tool the next Tuesday (about a 2-hour drive to Tulsa). GNR was a lot of fun, but I felt like I'd seen them before with their live DVDs/blu-rays, but it was fun seeing most all the band members back together. Tool was something else entirely; like I said to rax, hands down the best concert I've ever been to. Damn near a religious experience. Sounds like Aurora was awesome live too.maz89 wrote:Coincidence that Jimbo talked about going to a concert because I was just dropping by here to talk about a concert experience of mine too. I went to the Pitchfork Music Festival in Paris yesterday and saw Aurora perform live. It was magic.
No real way to advise here; it just depends on how much you think it's worth and how much the tickets are. If she ever comes near me I'd be willing to spend ~$650 to go, but I don't think I could justify much more. Hell, I got second row at the Tool show for $300, and as much as I love Swift I can't imagine her concert being twice as good as they were (even though I know it would be a very different thing).maz89 wrote:Anyway, Swift is performing in Europe next year but the tickets are all sold out. :( There's tickets for her other Europe shows but those will come at a cost. Wondering if I should shell out extra on StubHub... I don't know. Your thoughts? You planning to catch one of the few shows planned in the US?
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