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Re: [podcasters] San Francisco podcaster looking to share a studio

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    I ll second that. The SF meetups are Great Fun. Nice folks. I look forward to them every month. Jasper* ... [Non-text portions of this message have been
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      I'll second that.
      The SF meetups are Great Fun. Nice folks.
      I look forward to them every month.
      Jasper*

      > Hey Jeff,
      >
      > Come to the S.F. Podcasters meetup tonite and ask your question there.
      > We usually get a nice crowd.
      >
      > http://podcasting.meetup.com/20/
      >
      > Michael
      >
      > On 7/26/06, Jeff Diehl <jeffdiehl@...> wrote:
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > hello Group,
      > >
      > > i'm the producer of the best podcasts you've never heard, The RU
      > > Sirius Show (RUSiriusRadio.com) & NeoFiles -- and after one year and
      > > 100 shows, i'm looking to make the last leap in sound improvement by
      > > renting some studio space and building a soundproof room to
      > record in.
      > > (i currently record in my living room.)
      > >
      > > for any podcasters in the Bay Area, i'd be interested in forming a
      > > collective to share space with. the idea is to get some cheap studio
      > > space in San Francisco (upon first glance, it's possible to pay
      > $1 per
      > > sq. ft. or less) and rent only what is needed (no more than 200 sq.
      > > ft.).
      > >
      > > then, build out a sound proof room within the space -- again, with
      > > only the equipment needed for podcasts (which i already own - 4
      > > condenser mics, an 8-channel mixer, hardware compressor, and G5).
      > >
      > > since i only record on Sunday afternoons, and would need the
      > computer
      > > for one evening to edit, the rest of the week could be scheduled by
      > > other shows.
      > >
      > > seriously interested parties, please contact me.
      > >
      > > alternatively, maybe there's someone out there who already has a
      > > studio and would like to share resources - i'm open to anything (as
      > > long as you're in San Francsico), so just let me know!
      > >
      > > -Jeff
      > >
      > > --
      > > "Borders are not prohibition lines; a border is an invitation to
      > cross."
      > > Guillermo Gomez-Pena, RUSiriusRadio.com
      > >
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