739Re: [rivercityaudiosociety] Website & Meeting Schedule
- May 1, 2012david,a meeting on digital computer/laptop based front end setups would be very welcomed by me personally. i recently did a 24/96 recording of a gig i played on with orch/choir/organ at zion lutheran. this could also be another potential meeting topic at some point in the near future, as i know john is intereted.those dynaudio's would be great for on location recording sessions! would love to hear them!erickOn Apr 30, 2012, at 3:30 PM, david weil wrote:Alan and Don, both ideas sound great. I missed cables meeting, but I saw pictures of the rig Luther built to hide the various components from view and it would be great if we can use that setup in these future meetings to blindly compare the components.
Alan, I know the KSB3.1 speakers are quite efficient, perfect for little SET tube amps which should sound wonderful. It maybe a little harder to come up with smaller solid state amps but I have a 10 wpc solid state amp that I can bring along. Don, for the powered monitor meeting, I could bring a set of Dynaudio bm5a active monitors. I could do a meeting on digital computer/laptop based front end setup.
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2012 19:14:11 +0000
Subject: Re: [rivercityaudiosociety] Website & Meeting Schedule
I would be willing to do a future meeting at Bjorn's on Powered Speakers. I have two such sets myself, one inexpensive and one modestly priced set, but I would like to have several other sets from other members if they are willing to bring them.
Let me know and I will start working on it!
---- Robert Guerin <godzilla56@...> wrote:
> Don has nailed it here. John and I changed to this format last year inasmuch as
> it was a lot of work for the two of of us every month. However, if members would
> identify topics, put together equipment and such there is no reason why we cant
> go to more general meetings. . Bjorns will allow us there once a month if I ask
> in advance. However, in the past when John & I have asked for topics we have
> very little or no input. So, if the members want more meetings I think that is
> great, but people need to step up for it to happen. Lets pick some months,
> identify who will moderate the meeting, coordinate the equipment and so on. John
> and I will be happy to continue the quarterly format as we are doing now and the
> mini meetings. So, lets hear from others on this subject...what do you want?
> As far as a separate website, that is more in Luthers domain. He set this up
> for us and it seems to be working very well. If it costs money then that raises
> another issue regarding club dues and such. John is already winded chasing
> certain people to pay dues. I think I can speak for him when we say we dont need
> to go out of pocket any more for expenses.
> Anyway, these are good ideas and I like to hear members want more not less. It
> is our club and should serve all of our needs. Lets here from others on these
> From: "ddisbennett@..." <ddisbennett@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: Alan Hendler <alanhendler@...>
> Sent: Mon, April 30, 2012 11:42:47 AM
> Subject: Re: [rivercityaudiosociety] Website
> I agree with Alan on both counts: I am not opposed at all to our having our own
> website if it can be done well and at a reasonable and sustainable cost, but I
> believe the full meetings are very important to retaining our members interest
> in the club. We can usually only accommodate 4 or 5 members at a mini-meeting
> and we have 20 or more members at the full meetings. As Alan stated, they are a
> lot of work(ask Bob and John about that!), but I believe there are plenty of
> members who would be more than willing to help with meetings as Luther and I and
> others have done in the past. Perhaps we need to get a list of topics for
> future meetings and then have members sign up to take charge of those meetings
> or help out in various ways to put that meeting on.
> As for Facebook, I am just not interested in it and have no desire to
> participate in that media. I was on Facebook briefly and cancelled my
> enrollment afterwards; not my thing, but I can see the appeal for younger
> members perhaps.
> ---- Alan Hendler <alanhendler@...> wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > Regarding the question of should we have our own web site, I would rather see
> > make a greater effort to have
> > more full meetings for the general membership then we are now having. The mini
> > meetings are nice but a lot of our members
> > are not attending these and will eventually drop out, It is the full meetings
> > that will sustain our club. Trust me
> > I speak from experience. I know that the full meetings are a lot of work but we
> > have plenty of people
> > here willing to help out.
> > Also I do not want any involvement with Facebook
> > Alan
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