Jim Moulton Obituary, Death – I was caught aback when I learned that Jim Moulton had passed away, and the news has put a significant strain on my emotional state as a result. Throughout the years that I have been a member of a variety of bands, he has been in charge of the sound mixing for the majority of the live performances that those bands have given. One of the aspects of Jim that I appreciate the most is that he was polite and accommodating, but at the same time, he was resolute in his unwillingness to give in to excessive requests.
This is one of the qualities that I admire the most about Jim. This is one of Jim’s many admirable traits, and it’s one that I appreciate the most. This is one of the characteristics that he possesses that I admire the most, and it is something that is of utmost significance to me as well. He would be honest with you if he thought you were in the wrong, and the vast most of the time, his assessment was spot on. If he thought you were incorrect about something, he would tell you. If he thought that you had an incorrect understanding of something, he would clarify it for you if he believed that you did.
Before beginning to mic my equipment, he allowed me the required time and space to get everything ready, which I found to be an extremely considerate gesture on his part. Because I arrived at the venue an hour before the rest of the band members, people pointed their cameras in my direction as the first person to arrive. He acted in this manner because he had the expectation that I would arrive for the meeting we had set earlier than the appointed time. This was yet another of his characteristics that I thought was very fantastic, and it was without a doubt one of my favorites among those that he possessed. Among the other characteristics that he held, this was one of my favorites. I’m going to miss our conversations, pal. Gonna miss ya.