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Its clear that using music is different from not using music, especially in a live situation where you can't look at the crowd when you're reading a chart. Ok so maybe people don't look at the audience - e.g. eyes closed? But there is a level of contact. Looking at music means looking down which means closing your throat charkra. Or is that's too hippy, it encourages the chest to collapse and the throat to close - limiting projection and therefore connection to the audience. There's always going to be people who can't see your face because the music is getting in the way - especially if you've got it at eye level. It also looks a lot less cool.
 
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