Squeak

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Squeak refers to a grating auditory noise typically causing the listener to cringe if presented at sufficient volume. [[Feedback]] often causes squeaks that displease the [[audience]] and the [[musicians]]. [[Monitor engineers]] are ofetn responsible for squeaks and it is believed that there is a secret belief by monitor engineers that to squeak during the show is equivelant to them getting in a "[[solo]]". Conversely, when a [[front of house engineer]] invokes [[feedback]], the sound is more of a [[howl]] do to the greater distances involved.
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Squeak refers to a grating auditory noise typically causing the listener to cringe if presented at sufficient volume. [[Feedback]] often causes squeaks that displease the [[audience]] and the [[musicians]]. [[Monitor engineers]] are often responsible for squeaks and it is believed that there is a secret belief by monitor engineers that to squeak during the show is equivalent to them getting in a "[[solo]]". Conversely, when a [[front of house engineer]] invokes [[feedback]], the sound is more of a [[howl]] due to the greater distances involved.
Squeak also is a term [[lampi's]] utilize to refer to anyone that works in the sound department. Though it is still unproven, it is believed to be derogatory.
Squeak also is a term [[lampi's]] utilize to refer to anyone that works in the sound department. Though it is still unproven, it is believed to be derogatory.

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Squeak refers to a grating auditory noise typically causing the listener to cringe if presented at sufficient volume. Feedback often causes squeaks that displease the audience and the musicians. Monitor engineers are often responsible for squeaks and it is believed that there is a secret belief by monitor engineers that to squeak during the show is equivalent to them getting in a "solo". Conversely, when a front of house engineer invokes feedback, the sound is more of a howl due to the greater distances involved.

Squeak also is a term lampi's utilize to refer to anyone that works in the sound department. Though it is still unproven, it is believed to be derogatory.

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