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Thread: Lynn's Ribbon Roundup (or "What I Did on my Summer Vacation")

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    Lynn's Ribbon Roundup (or "What I Did on my Summer Vacation")

    Betcha can't guess what I did today?

    Lynn Fuston
    3D Audio

    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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    Originally posted by 3D Audio Inc.:
    <STRONG>Betcha can't guess what I did today?

    </STRONG>
    Doug Joyce
    Animix Productions

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    R2D2 would be proud, Lynn.

    So...how long before we get to hear the results?

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    ahh, that's how chritmas tree should look like, maybe there isn't enough green stuff, but it is decorated with the best decoration for sure
    Matous Godik
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    Originally posted by wf studios:
    <STRONG>So...how long before we get to hear the results?</STRONG>
    Not long.

    Drums, electric guitar, voice, saxophone.
    Lynn Fuston
    3D Audio

    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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    Here's a few more pix.



    Lynn Fuston
    3D Audio

    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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    One other thing that I should point out. Look how many stands there are holding up all those mics. With the exception of the RCAs on the right end, they are all on three (!) mic stands. These are the Latch Lake stands. Pretty amazing.

    Imagine how much floor space 9 big Atlases or 9 folding tripod bases would have taken up. Ever mic'd a drum kit? It's tough to get all those stand in there in the right places. Not with these. The quick release latches lock down so tight that even the 24" sub arms (coming off the side of the main stand) will hold a 7 lb. RCA 44 at full extension.





    (The K+M stand under the mics is marking my vertical plane for all the ribbon elements.)

    Lynn Fuston
    3D Audio

    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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    I'm speeeeeeechless!
    Dennis Jones
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    WNCW-FM www.wncw.org
    3D Audio V.I.P.

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    Wow!!! is all I can say....

    Great shots...Must be a nice camera....

    I can't imagine who that skinny singer is...

    The next American Idol?
    George Cumbee, Pres
    Audio Creations Inc., Paducah, KY
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    Lynn, I can't wait to read your conclusions!

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