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For all of us who have been displaced by the closing of the AOL SSS Forum, this will be the temporary site for questions, answers, and just general discussion. Welcome to all. It's an open house. Any topics of discussion are encouraged, from technical to musical, equipment to inspiration, even blowing off steam or sharing jokes. Knock yourself out. By the way, please check out the "Read Me First" folder for important info about the way that the threading and posting works on this system. It will help to introduce you to this new home.
We will hope that the new incarnation of the SSS forum is up and running soon. For updates on the new SSS, or if you don't know what SSS is, check in at 3D Audio's web site. The URL is >http://www.3daudioinc.com<. Look for the "SSS Homeless Shelter." There is a brief history and overview there.
Lynn Fuston 3D Audio Inc 1910 21st Ave. South PO Box 128134 Nashville, TN 37212 615-269-5533
-- Lynn Fuston (email@example.com), January 29, 1998
The aforementioned URL would be (without the negating brackets this time) http://www.3daudioinc.com.
-- Lynn Fuston (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 30, 1998.
Ah, a sense of community still exists in our business! Thanks, Lynn, this is a wonderful contribution to...um...civilized existence. Cmpsr
-- Les Schefman (Cmpsr) (email@example.com), January 30, 1998.
I'm looking for a couple of suggestions for live mic usage. I'm working with a female singer who has a great but small voice. Are there other options for capturing a great voice in a fairly loud (bass,keys,guitar and drums) scenario other then the typical Sure SM58 or Beta 58? I have an AKG 414, Rode NT2 and a Stedman mic at my disposal. Any suggestions?
-- Rob Chanter (RVamboRLZ@aol.com), February 06, 1998.
Well, here we are for now? What's going on with infinitemusic.com?
The nice thing is not having to delete four hundred spam smut emails every time I sign on.
-- judson snell (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 06, 1998.
This is another experiment to see if I can add someone to the email posts list, without them actually being here, someone with no internet access.
-- Angelo (email@example.com), February 10, 1998.
Just wanted to say thanks to Lynn for puttin' up the temporary site here. It warms the cockles. b dred.
-- bucky dred (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 11, 1998.
Craig and all, It occured to me after going to the AOL Pro audio ads and the rec.audio.pro board that there may be a pleasanter way to post ads. The AOL board is about 95% filled with the same merchandise or dealers each day. If you're to have a used/FS category maybe there a few constraints that can be imposed. 1. Limit the # of posts per month per subscriber, say 3 or 5. If more than that -----> 2. Have a separate Pro audio dealers section. A dealer can post forever, get ad space etc. You might want to get an modest advertising fee too. You'll need to make it interesting since God knows nobody wants to see those same ads every day. Perhaps include in the same area: A. A reference table for new and used gear prices. (This may cut down on some bickering, though I doubt it) B. Categorize equipment fs. If you're looking for a neumann km184 you can go to the neumann site. C. Have a discussion group that shows up in the same window. I don't know how much policing or setup work this would require. It would be a better way to deal with if possible. thanks Henry Shapiro
-- Henry Shapiro (HenryShap@aol.com), March 05, 1998.
It has taken me almost two months but I finally made it to the SSS Temp Site c/o 3dAudio/Lynn "Tex" Fuston. The www is a bit clunkier than AOL's in-house operation but don't cry over stale lasagna. Good to be here.
-- Angelo Natalie (email@example.com), March 27, 1998.
I've been re-reading some of the old archived SSS posts, and I must admit that there was a certain "something" about the collection of wit and technology and personalities and opinions that made it very special. I miss it a lot.
-- Lynn Fuston (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 29, 1998.
I don't want to sound Polyanna, but I do believe we'll get that back and more once we have a different kind of site, and Craig's regular participation again. I love the fact that you've set this up, and I'll keep using it until the next step emerges.
-- Doug Robinson (email@example.com), May 30, 1998.