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Brian Wynn

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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #50 on: October 25, 2010, 11:10:51 pm »

I think I would like to take more time and plan a better event.  Im thinking January.  I would think that most people are slow that time of year.  And will soon be gearing up for the spring.

Thoughts at this point.

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1 Day event  (I can only get the Venue on Sundays for free) Unless we get funding some how or charge admission  Confused

I would like to get FOH or PSW magazine to do a write up on the event if anyone has a connection please offer your assistance.
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #51 on: October 25, 2010, 11:32:52 pm »



 Hello John, et al...

   "Charlie can be the club owner..."  I do own a club....oh! you mean.. "nightclub"!?  Laughing

  But, Seriously... I think this idea of a "Soundman's Ball" is an interesting idea.  It's probably too late to try and put together something, but maybe, a future gathering?

  Book a theatre for a Concert setting ....have the "quick mix" contest that was proposed in the Lab.

 Make it a night and two full day type of event.

 First night... cocktails and  munchies
 First day... Demos and Shoot-outs
 Second night.... "What's a real Mix supposed to sound like?"
 Second Day.... Demos and More Shoot-outs
 Last night....  Possibly a guest speaker...or?

  It's pretty ambitious, but, it may be something to aim for..?

 Cheers,
 Hammer
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #52 on: October 25, 2010, 11:39:13 pm »

count me in! hopefully I can go, if the dates are good...
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #53 on: October 26, 2010, 11:11:39 am »

Hi
Stop, I can’t take it, cheesecake, bbq,  loudspeakers and then old doctor Firesign and a distressing number familiar with their logic.   But Quidmulbug and Plano, consternation turned to elucidation!
Anyway, if mfr’s are welcome around the food table, I would like to come, I live up this way,  sounds like fun.
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #54 on: October 26, 2010, 11:58:33 am »

Do we have any idea of the date or dates yet? If I missed this, sorry.

Never mind, Jan near Chicago, I will drive my plow truck!! LOL
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #55 on: October 26, 2010, 12:41:48 pm »

Tom Danley wrote on Tue, 26 October 2010 10:11

Hi
Stop, I can’t take it, cheesecake, bbq,  loudspeakers and then old doctor Firesign and a distressing number familiar with their logic.   But Quidmulbug and Plano, consternation turned to elucidation!
Anyway, if mfr’s are welcome around the food table, I would like to come, I live up this way,  sounds like fun.
Best,
Tom Danley

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Brian hosted this event last year.  He's got the connection at the Raddison.  I don't speak for Brian, but I'd enjoy the chance to meet you and listen to you speak about anything.
You're more than welcome to split a cow with me and Charlie (hey Charlie, can Tom come too?).

Really this crowd is all about improving our individual skill sets.  And not about one particular product.
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #56 on: October 26, 2010, 12:45:18 pm »

Brian Wynn wrote on Mon, 25 October 2010 22:10

I think I would like to take more time and plan a better event.  Im thinking January.  I would think that most people are slow that time of year.  And will soon be gearing up for the spring.

Thoughts at this point.

Wedge Shoot Out
Console Shoot Out
SMAART Discussion / Training
Vocal Mic Shoot Out
Single Stack PA Shoot Out
Line Array Shoot Out
Live Band Showcase

Name Tags
Same Location
Sign In Sheet
1 Day event  (I can only get the Venue on Sundays for free) Unless we get funding some how or charge admission  Confused

I would like to get FOH or PSW magazine to do a write up on the event if anyone has a connection please offer your assistance.


Is this John's SMAART seminar that we never got to last year?
I take it you want the GB8 back this year too.
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Charlie Zureki

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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #57 on: October 26, 2010, 01:13:22 pm »

Tom Reid wrote on Tue, 26 October 2010 11:41

Tom Danley wrote on Tue, 26 October 2010 10:11

Hi
Stop, I can’t take it, cheesecake, bbq,  loudspeakers and then old doctor Firesign and a distressing number familiar with their logic.   But Quidmulbug and Plano, consternation turned to elucidation!
Anyway, if mfr’s are welcome around the food table, I would like to come, I live up this way,  sounds like fun.
Best,
Tom Danley

"You can't get there from here"


Brian hosted this event last year.  He's got the connection at the Raddison.  I don't speak for Brian, but I'd enjoy the chance to meet you and listen to you speak about anything.
You're more than welcome to split a cow with me and Charlie (hey Charlie, can Tom come too?).

Really this crowd is all about improving our individual skill sets.  And not about one particular product.

 
  Hey Tom-s! Very Happy

 I wouldn't want to exclude anyone from joining us for cow... So, I'll work on a way to try and provide for anyone that wishes to also partake. Smile

  Cheers,
  Hammer
 
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David Kaiser

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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #58 on: October 26, 2010, 02:14:11 pm »

I'm in. Might be able to get my friend to come with me.
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Re: Midwest LAB Get Together
« Reply #59 on: October 26, 2010, 04:25:26 pm »

If you'd like than I'd like the opportunity to come down again and now that I know what to expect I'll be much better prepared. I could bring a Triple 8X over a Growler and a Triple 12X over an Orbit Shifter.
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