Last night, I went to see a gig in Dublin for a band called Kill It Kid. I saw them open last year for Brandi Carlile and was drawn to their unique sound.
The room was tiny. Only 20 people were there. And they were loud. Really loud.
I couldn’t hear the melody. Just wild noise. Their talents were obscured—because the lines of communication were infiltrated by jackhammers.
Their recordings sound great. They sound great in abig room. But live, in this intimate setting—they nearly blew my ear drums out. (Even the youngsters had their hands clasped, earmuff-style.)
A website is an “intimate setting” too. It’s a one-on-one conversation.
Schmoozy words, salesy words, and boring, generic words—are just noise. The louder they are, the more they cover up the melody.
If your clients’ words are noisy, I can help them taper the volume. If your design creates a beautiful song, but their words are out of tune—I can streamline them.
Ready to ensure the melody comes through—loud and clear? I’ll be your sound technician.