Girls just want to have fun at FOH: Chacha at the helm

Female technicians are only a few, gifted, modest and talented, one more reason to meet ChaCha de Cayeux mixing FOH for Hyphen Hyphen, talk about her career and listen to her mix on a beautiful afternoon at the Zenith in Paris.

First, what is the difference between a female technician and a male technician? None, except half a century of tightly locked habits, and finally starting to move. Time is coming, let's add a bit of lubricant with this report to loosen the process.

Charline “ChaCha” de Cayeux, behind her YAMAHA CL5.

We sneak in a downsized Zenith on a beautiful afternoon of June. A heavy black curtain reduces it’s its capacity to 4,200 people. This is just right, as what is lost for income is gained for audio quality. It's a good thing, what the profits lose, the sound wins. In the dark, the FOH position booth is easy to spot. easily recognizable.
ChaCha is leaning on her CL5 and unrolls titles in total complicity with Santa and the rest of the band.


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