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mixmaster

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I suppose I should introduce myself, having already participated in a couple of threads. I work as an "house sound engineer" at a University where I'm responsible for a couple of venues and a small concert rig. In the past I've been a monitor tech, BE, and FOH tech. I've also dabbled in some theater lighting and stage management. I look forward to trading ideas and stories with other people who work in similar situations.
 

Van

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Welcome Aboard! Look forward to your input.
 

gafftaper

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Welcome to the Booth MixMaster! Lots of good people here. Jump in and enjoy. Be sure to get to know that search function. There is TON's of great information in the archives.

Ignore the crazy people who will come to this thread telling you to ignore the crazy people. All I want is a Wombat Fricassee. Is that too much to ask? :angel:

Have some fun while you are here! :dance:
 

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Welcome welcome. Ask questions, answer some and you will never leave!
 

soundlight

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Welcome aboard! Looks like you've already jumped in, so keep it up! Ask and answer away. Oh, and if you/your venue have a website, ya might think about posting that - we always like to check out other people's space and stuff.
 

soundlight

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were very amused with websites for some reason....
Helps my continuing tech-based procrastination of lesser studies. (Not that I don't get all of my work done and get good grades too...)
 

mixmaster

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Welcome aboard! Looks like you've already jumped in, so keep it up! Ask and answer away. Oh, and if you/your venue have a website, ya might think about posting that - we always like to check out other people's space and stuff.
The campus website is being rebuilt. However, I'll post what I can when I can get a link together that makes sense. BTW gafftaper, I prefer small animals like wombats done bar-b-q not fricassee, is that OK?:lol:
 

soundlight

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I prefer small animals like wombats done bar-b-q not fricassee, is that OK?:lol:
You have to use the right sauce - I'm from NC, we have high standards.
 

Van

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I thought Barbecuing and Fricasseeing were the same thing?
 

Hughesie

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wombats, gaff i thought we were over that

and besides, char grilled is the only way
hey logos wait till they find out we eat part of our own crest, the kangaroo :)
 

gafftaper

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I saw a survival show where a guy built a fire then through a kangaroo tail in the coals for a while and then just ate it whole. It was rather disgusting looking actually.
 

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Logos

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I've been away for a few days resting in the sun and looking at fairy penguins (quite dissapointed really they didn't have little gossamer wings.)
Anyway
1/ What makes you think that a wombat is small.
2/ Kangaroo meat is a marbly game meat rather like venison. And yes we do eat our coat of arms.
3/If you think eating kangaroo is disgusting you should try witchetty grubs or honey ants.
4/ I have now decided I want to spit roast a fairy penguin.

I should point out that not only do you eat witchetty grubs and honey ants raw you actually eat them when thay are still alive.

Anyway, Hi mixmaster, I am very possibly one of the site lunatics.
Welcome aboard.

And please " Be vewwy vewwy quiet. I'm hunting Wombats."