Notes from the Studio

It was really nice going to Mountain Skies in North Carolina, it was a lot of travel in a short time and I didn’t really jet lag a lot. It was fun to debut the Pico there, I don’t know how much I will play it but I definitely had fun with it there. 

I’ve managed to expand the studio a bit, yet again, with some Behringer modules, which I will have on hand to do a (short) vignette with. I will be using most of the studio again, I think. I haven’t finished preparing as I write this (2 hours until showtime!) but that’s the fun and challenge, adding to the old tracks (the main vignette was played almost 1 year ago last and will be very different) and adapting to the new studio layout. Not yet, but soon I think I’ll start streaming out with again. I just need to set cameras up better and come up with a better and easier to use source switcher. 

Also as usual, I will be virtually performing in Second Life in the Ambient 101 region (the new home of RadioSpiral inworld), and in Opensim in The Dome, now in the Sharing is Caring Family grid. You don’t have to go to either, but if you’re inworld, feel free to stop in. Otherwise, simply tune in to (instructions below) and listen in, all ears are appreciated.  

 And we have our Discord chat, if you want to hang out there. I think it’s turned out much better to use Discord, it certainly works better for me. 

Thanks for your continued support. We at RadioSpiral appreciate all of your listening time, and wish you a happy weekend.


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