Please fire whomever is in charge of the in-game music

Discussion in 'Philadelphia Wings Forum' started by jstraw80, Jan 13, 2019 at 11:45 AM.

  1. jstraw80

    jstraw80 Active Member

    1. What poor picks to play.
    2. It makes absolutely no sense. You play the "fired-up" music when the offense is out there and the lame calm music when the defense is out there.
    You want the defense pumped up, play the loud crap when the other team has the ball, like the NFL.
    You want the offense to take their time and make good calm decisions, not have fast tracked loud crap so they can't hear each other.
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  2. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    Isn’t the general rule of thumb around the league that you want it loud when you have the ball so that the defense can’t communicate, but you want it quiet when you’re on defense so your defense chat communicate?
  3. Wings-4-Life

    Wings-4-Life Well-Known Member

    I think it's the way they were utilizing it. They were ON POINT with the music changes.

    Loose balls and turnovers? Helloooo 3 different songs in an 8 second span.
  4. mtbf

    mtbf Well-Known Member

    Yes historically in the NLL music was only played when the home team had the ball
  5. unspoken

    unspoken Member

    This. It's why I always got irritated when our announcer started a "D...Fense" chant. But that has stopped. It's supposed to be the opposite of football - loud when home team is on offense, quiet when they're on D.
  6. jstraw80

    jstraw80 Active Member

    Maybe it's different there, but when you are watching it on TV and you hear such poor lame cheesy elevator music being blasted, it's not really promoting the game very well.
  7. mtbf

    mtbf Well-Known Member

    Music in the NLL has never played well on TV or streaming. However I have seen a MILL game without music in a half filled building and it is like a funeral home with only the hardest of slashes and contact with boards making enough sound to carry to the top of the lower level. Hockey and basketball has lots of sound from normal play and the hard surface helps the sound and voices carry. The rug in the NLL sucks up all the sound.
  8. chuckster

    chuckster Well-Known Member

    I've always hated the music during play. It's one of the reasons I'm starting to like summer indoor lax more than winter indoor lax.
  9. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    Younger me (as in 18 and younger me) used to like the music at games, because it’s different than other leagues. Adult me doesn’t like it cause it seems bush league. I’m willing to settle for a happy medium though, where there’s some music. Some cities are worse than others when it comes to the amount.
  10. Rick716

    Rick716 Well-Known Member

    I’ve always hated it. I could even accept some of it if they could just lower the volume and frequency of it.

    I was actually trying to watch the Toronto-Colorado game last night. I found it unbearable because of the nonstop blasting music in the background combined with the in arena guy yelling as well. All of this underneath the broadcasters. There’s just never a break from this stuff. That’s why I stopped going to games long ago.
  11. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    The crazy thing is I feel like the music bugs me more when I watch games on tv because it makes it harder to catch what the announcers are saying. At least in person I’m just trying to focus on the game and not on what anyone else is saying.
  12. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    Having been on the floor at the start of a game, I was amazed at how little thesound from the PA reverbed to the floor. It was quiet there. All of the speakers (.at.least WFc) are faced at the stands, and not pointing to the floor

    Now the WFC has a brand new ....loud.... sound system, you feel the bass. With an almost empty upper deck, that sound will bounce around
  13. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    i have a love/hate/ignore relationship with the music. Like MTBF says, it kind of needs to be there.

    what it does not need to be is
    -too loud,
    -too incessant,
    -too crappy.

    the thing with the last is that my idea of crappy is hugely different than most people', as long as they stick with tried and true arena rock classics, with a bit of semi-current pop filler mixed in, I can deal with it ok.
  14. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    the only time I truly hated the music was the year or two where local urban teen station, Hot103, was a sponsor, and one of their personalities was doing the dj-ing.

    Shtty club music with Shtty levels of bass, at shtty club volume.......impossible to tune out Didn't help that the team wasn't great either.
  15. R.J

    R.J Guest

    You mean Z103.5 ?
  16. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    Maybe I do mean Z103......I only listened long enough to figure out that I didn't like listening
  17. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    I love club music. Is DJ Diachenko still at the game? If so, Imma ask him to crank out some sweet BPM when I come up for a game later this season.

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