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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.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • He overmiked the walls and got excessive voice vibrato.

    American Tabloid

  • 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.

    Barbara's Backlash

  • Stage manager Heather Robinson, competing with the versatile, overmiked musicians Joshua Pollock, Chris Broderick, announces each segment.

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  • I've already complained that the harp is overmiked in the harp concerto.

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  • Cons: sluggish pace with orchestra overmiked or singers undermiked Puccini: Turandot/Maazel, Marton, Carreras, et a ...

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  • 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.



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