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* class [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/groups/soundwire/course/ homepage]
 
* class [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/groups/soundwire/course/ homepage]
* [[Soundwire-fall2007/People|list of CCRMA folks]]
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* [[Soundwire-fall2007/People|list of CCRMA folks]] (and soundwire instruments)
 
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* [[Soundwire-fall2007/Bios|bios]]
=== Next meeting ===
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Please fill out your equipment in the following list:
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* [[Soundwire-fall2007/Equipment | list of equipment each person plans to bring]]
 
* [[Soundwire-fall2007/Equipment | list of equipment each person plans to bring]]
  
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=== Next meeting (October 4)===
 
We are going to make 4 instrumental groups with one analog mixer each. From each mixer 2-channels are going to  
 
We are going to make 4 instrumental groups with one analog mixer each. From each mixer 2-channels are going to  
 
be sent to the main mixer, and those 8 channels are going to be streamed. We are looking for volunteers to be  
 
be sent to the main mixer, and those 8 channels are going to be streamed. We are looking for volunteers to be  
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Everyone that is using electronics or laptops is responsible for their own cables, i.e., you need to provide
 
Everyone that is using electronics or laptops is responsible for their own cables, i.e., you need to provide
1/4inch output from your setup (mono or stereo) to get into the mixer. Please also make sure that your signal isn't noisy.
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1/4 inch output from your setup (mono or stereo) to get into the mixer. Please also make sure that your signal isn't noisy.
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'''Group leaders'''
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* Rob @ 3 o' clock mixer! (for reference: screen is 12 o' clock)
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* Chris W. @ another mixer!
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* Diana @ girls' mixer!
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[[Category:Courses]]
 
[[Category:Courses]]

Latest revision as of 20:51, 18 April 2008

Next meeting (October 4)

We are going to make 4 instrumental groups with one analog mixer each. From each mixer 2-channels are going to be sent to the main mixer, and those 8 channels are going to be streamed. We are looking for volunteers to be in charge of each group, if you want to do that let us know.

Everyone that is using electronics or laptops is responsible for their own cables, i.e., you need to provide 1/4 inch output from your setup (mono or stereo) to get into the mixer. Please also make sure that your signal isn't noisy.

Group leaders

  • Rob @ 3 o' clock mixer! (for reference: screen is 12 o' clock)
  • Chris W. @ another mixer!
  • Diana @ girls' mixer!