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Just wanted to invite any mixers or others interested in sound in the Texas, Oklahoma or West Louisiana areas out to our 3rd Annual Lone Star Mixer Mixer this weekend in Dallas. We at Vandelay Sound Exports are hosting it at a local brewery, Texas Ale Project, and our friends at Gotham Sound are sponsoring it. We have lots of great giveaways and demo gear. Reps from Orca, Zaxcom, Lectrosonics and Sound Devices will be in attendance to show you the ins and outs of their products. If you're available, you don't really have an excuse to not come hang out with your compadres. What: Social event for sound mixers and others interested in sound for television and film When: Sunday, January 17th @ 4pm Where: Texas Ale Project, 1001 N Riverfront Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207 Entry Fee: FREE! However, we are asking for nonperishable food items to donate to the Tarrant County College Northeast Campus Food Bank. Every person that brings a donation will receive an extra raffle ticket. More info on Facebook
To the Crew: It's hard to believe another NAB is coming up already but here we are. Kathy Baca at Lectro reserved the Satay patio last year right after NAB 2012. We are just starting to confirm the 2013 "admission" price with the Satay Grille and hopefully we can stay close to last year's $20+tax+ gratuity. I think it came out to $24.50 or something close. There will be the same cash bar that has worked well in the past. Satay will collect the "admission" at the door and attach arm bands to the participants. Lectro will do the same as the last few years as far as the fabulous retro Lectro sound system, badges, raffle slips, etc. Speaking of the sound system, I think it is now collecting social security. Let me emphasize, this is not a Lectro "thing". We just want to help out, do what we can do that is easy for us and have fun at the get together. Suggestions, volunteers or any other person or company that wants to join in is/are welcome. For those of you who have missed the gathering in the past or are there for the first time, the food is buffet style but very good, there are tasty vegetarian selections, the company is excellent, the noise level is a little high because everybody (60+) is talking at once and the great raffle prizes are worth more than the total price of admission. It is the best return for $25 you'll get in Vegas. So that Satay will invite us again, we all work to keep Jeff W. under control and from dancing on the tables. Jim Feeley has graciously once again created a sign up sheet at: http://bit.ly/yHt6G9 This helps us plan on the number of people. Finally, the "Secret Word" for the sign up sheet, as dropped down by the "Duck", is Kudelski. Best, Larry F Lectro