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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overmike.
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I won't mention that the "live jazz" they were playing was an overmiked crooner singing America's Most Loved Pop Songs — "My Girl," "What a Wonderful World," etc. — while a football game played right next to him with the sound on.
He overmiked the walls and got excessive voice vibrato.
Like all political dinners, this one is interminable, with a dozen separate speeches, an invocation, the Pledge of Allegiance, a twelve-piece band, and a rendering of "God Bless America" by a choir of overmiked children.
Stage manager Heather Robinson, competing with the versatile, overmiked musicians Joshua Pollock, Chris Broderick, announces each segment.
I've already complained that the harp is overmiked in the harp concerto.
Cons: sluggish pace with orchestra overmiked or singers undermiked Puccini: Turandot/Maazel, Marton, Carreras, et a ...
Anyone used to listening to overmiked recordings, especially live ones from the 30's and 40's can deal with this, and enjoy it, if you like a rough, electric timbre to your trumpet sound.