[PD] Chicago Patching Circle
kyleklip at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 02:05:16 CET 2008
Yes, this is awesome! I'd say let's shoot for December 14th, since that is
not quite a holiday time and is still enough time to raise interest.
Of course, agenda and things like that are another story. I'm curious about
format here. What do you all think? My work with Pd tends to be more for
interactive installations, but I would be willing to bring a rough bit of my
set up to "demo" it. It would be nice to keep this event fairly open, but
structure is a nice thing to have to make sure things actually happen.
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 5:40 PM, veronica soria <verosoma at gmail.com> wrote:
> sounds great!
> 2008/11/10 Mike McGonagle <mjmogo at gmail.com>
> Ok, I got the word that the space is ours. Now it is just a question
>> of when. How do you want to schedule this?
>> It will be any Sunday at around 4 or 5... They open at 4, so if we do
>> it a bit later, that would ensure that everything is open and ready,
>> and it will give people a bit of time to set anything up. I will need
>> to know what day we all agree upon within the next week or so, so that
>> we can reserve the time. There won't be any fee, so the more people
>> you bring along (it is 21 and up, sorry), it would help with the beer
>> December 7th
>> December 14th
>> December 21st
>> Basically, what they have there is a mixing board, which we can plug
>> into directly, and a nice set of stage speakers, with monitors if
>> anyone wishes to "perform" from the stage. While they don't have any
>> "projection" system set up, that doesn't mean that you can't bring
>> something to use.
>> If this works out, we could think of doing this once a month, every
>> other month, once every 3... I also got some ideas of others who might
>> be interested, they aren't people who use Pd, but I think the more
>> people we get involved, the more of a chance of having this become a
>> regular thing. Plus the "Cross-pollination" of ideas would be great. I
>> was thinking of mentioning this to ESS (Experimental Sound Studio) and
>> the Chicago Composers Forum. If anyone has any other ideas, please let
>> me know...
>> Also, as far as flyers for this, I can get them printed, and if anyone
>> would like to post some around, that would be great...
>> Let me know.
>> On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 12:31 PM, Mike McGonagle <mjmogo at gmail.com>
>> > It seems that this should become its own thread....
>> > So, I still have not heard about the bar, but it would be nice to see
>> > what times that people would be interested in holding this event. I
>> > would think that with Thanksgiving coming up, that we shouldn't begin
>> > until after that, maybe the first or second Sunday of December. That
>> > would be either the 7th, or the 14th. And as I mentioned before, early
>> > afternoon might be the easiest times to acquire, as they don't have
>> > any regularly scheduled events. (They do have some bands on Sunday
>> > nights, but that is not til after 9.)
>> > Just so everyone knows where this is:
>> > Red Line Tap
>> > 7006 N Glenwood
>> > Just off the Morse El stop (if you exit to the North onto Lunt, it is
>> > a half block from there)
>> > Mike
>> > --
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