Thomas Helmig stood with the blue sunglasses, checked hair and sang ’Malaga’ in a tape recording. In fact, he should have stood in the parking lot at the end of Stadion Allé, and sung: It is the us that stands out here, and knock’.
It could have been a fitting tribute to the many thousands of spectators, which will hopefully soon again be allowed to go to football how in the really real reality.
Now we had to just open the canister with the sound and following a showdown with resounding tackles on the tv, and let it be said immediately: it works – with some reservations.
For when you have henslæbt an hour and a half of his life to a health scare at an empty stadium, where one can hear even the smallest messenger-message bimle into a telephone over on the other side, so is everything other than the sound of silence is almost preferable.
It sounded like football, since the AGF and against Randers in a stadium, where, in each case, was found room for several square meters of advertising banners there, where the spectators usually hujer struberne of the led, while drøblerne crawler through one hectolitre of Ceres after the other.
Ceres Park in perfect fodboldvejr. Maybe they could get in the stadium hear bilhornene from Tangkrogen, as Patrick Mortensen equalized. Photo: Ernst van Norde
There was a Zoom-carpeted and papfigurer, there was jubilation-camera with the arrows, and it had probably been largely from a kronjysk point of view, if Alhaji Kamara had reason to poke a laughing face up in the Canal 9's camera – but it was at the near miss and almost as Randers-the player at the beginning headede over from the reminiscence team.
It was then exactly in such a situation, the tv's blanket " demonstrated its shortcomings. No sigh, no cheers, no big fluctuations in the sound stage regardless of what happened inside on the track. Just an eternal, still, small-monotonic rungen without change of tempo, when we opened the canister with the audio for the first Superligakamp after corona.
No loud AGF-mortification or roaring Randers-cheers, as Simon Piesinger challenged William Eskelinens limp højrelab by 0-1 – on the contrary, was almost turned down for the sound. No spagfærdig whistling, as the AGF's went to the break.
Zoom the wall on the stadionl. Photo: Ernst van Norde
but after a time almost follow a conversation between two men buried on a soundtrack a few layers under the Morten Bruun and Zak Egholms savvy kommenteren on top of lydtæppet. Here at the land register, however, it was impossible to understand what was said – that is, in the underlying murmur. But curious is always.
Now has the running track around the stadium in Aarhus over time acquired matter too much, but just this Thursday is the therefore acquitted.
the End of the fight was fast-paced. Erik Marxen close to the own goal, Amini blocked by Roemer, Patrick Mortensen, a close. All within a few minutes – but lydgardinet hung still stuck in the same automatic transmission.
Patrick Mortensen's compensation ought to have triggered a proper press krompressorhornet, but a faint leak from the canister with the spag jubilation was all it could be. In turn, one could almost hear the båthornene out from Tangkrogen...
We repay them with three small stars for the effort and looking forward to see what the competitors are from TV3 Sport can drive it to the Friday night in Silkeborg, denmark.
the Tv stations that compete in the sound... It is also a completely new discipline.
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