When it comes down to it, sometimes a performance is based upon how it looks on the screen, and the amount of information the audience is given. A gigantic parabomb detailing everything from how each chord sounds might present a miserable slog of reading, where a three line performance leaves an audience wanting more in terms of description because the next line of the song is an entire minute away and that is a LONG time in awkward silence.
This becomes especially problematic when it comes to singing though, as the spoken word tends to take up a LOT of text within the song and the screen. An entire minute of quickly spitting rhymes is going to be a gigantic wall of text without even getting into how awesome the actual musicality is.
To me, a good performance act (of any kind) is one that the paragraph feels "meaty", and I've found that around thirty seconds of focusing both on musicality and lyrics is a good size for a .pose paragraph, whereas I point out above when trying to portray an entire minute of a song they tend to start to become a bit bloated and heavy. Great if you're doing a slow and heavy song, not so great when you're trying to speed metal.
Perhaps it is just my skill at wordsmithing, but I think dropping the timing cycles down to thirty seconds would provide for a better concert experience, as it will allow the musician to have better control over the flow of their music. Also, keeping up the flow of music information might help cut down on IC cross chatter conversations as a higher pace of music emotes will have more focus as opposed to one pose every minute that everyone reads quickly and goes back to their conversation as if there wasn't a 110 decibel power metal shred fest going on in the same room.
Any thoughts or advice from musical acts in presenting a "cleaner" sound through text manipulation?