SEEKINGVocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Drums, Keyboard.
I'm currently seeking musicians for a Rock band and for a tribute project. I am currently contacting people here on BandMix in the belief that this Corona curse will be lifted one happy day soon and entertainers can get back to work. This down time is a good opportunity to strengthen our skills and shows and be ready when it is safe to work again.
Please contact me for more information about how I can assist you with live production and recording.Thanks for your time.
I've been in live entertainment from an early age. Bass is my primary instrument. I have experience managing bands, working in radio, recording and live sound and light production, I'm proficient with several DAWs as well several video production suites. I'm experienced and honest to a fault. More about me later, if you contact us. I'm and open book. http://www.trianglesoundandlight.com
- Screen name:
- Donald Norwood
- Member since:
- Aug 25 2019
- Active within 2 weeks
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
"Too many to mention" really tells you nothing; so, I will list a few of the too many to mention that influenced me. I have enjoyed playing a wide variety of music in my time; Country, Southern Rock, Rock n Roll, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, High energy dance, Pop and Carolina Beach Music. Influences Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Mahogany Rush, Rush, Pink Floyd, Metallica. I'm showing my age here. LOL At this point I will fall back to "too many to mention". This bandmix profile is geared toward Hard Rock projects, but I was also influenced by artists across Many genres.
- Bass Guitar:
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Lead Guitar:
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- Upright bass:
I own Triangle Sound and Light. Live production and recording gear is not an issue for most venues. http://www.trianglesoundandlight.com
4 Fender basses, my favorite and the one I use most live is an American Fender 5 String Deluxe Jazz bass. I also have a Schecter Omen Extreme 5 String and several other older basses. All with ATA travel cases.
For live performances I use a Peavey TNT combo amp or for larger venues a 1000 watt Peavy head with a Peavey 4x10 cabinet sitting on top of a Peavey 15 Black Widow cabinet. All amps and cabinets are in live-in ATA travel cases with casters. I have a couple of the TNTs, the 1000 Watt head, and some smaller practice or green room amps such as Peavey Max-Bass 12, and Hartke 10. I have an elaborate petal board for a bass player, which stays on the truck 99% of the time, just like most of my amps. LOL
I have a 20 foot box truck with liftgate, several complete, large and powerful sound systems with several mixing consoles, amp racks, microphones and stands, stage monitors, all the necessary cables and electronics and enough light show to do a small airport.