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After much consideration & discussion we are opting to cancel tonight’s meetup due to the weather & road conditions. Many apologies for any inconvenience but we want you all to stay safe out there!

Happily, we have rescheduled this event for this Wednesday, January 1st! The time & location remain the same. We hope you can join us Wednesday night!

The December 2019 MSP Audio Geeks meetup will be on Wednesday, December 30th from 7-9pm at Wild Sound Recording Studio. Special guests Chris & Yoli Mara, of Welcome to 1979, will host a fun discussion – Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Getting Vinyl Records Pressed, And More!

From the Welcome to 1979 website:
Established in 2008 by husband and wife team Chris and Yoli Mara, Welcome to 1979 has grown to become a multi-faceted recording studio integral to the Nashville community. The 13,000 square foot facility is housed in a former record pressing plant; the music history hits you as soon as you step foot in the door.

We’ve spent the last 11 years cultivating a comfortable and creative atmosphere for artists to make music – and our gear list and clients reflect that!

Wild Sound Recording Studio is celebrating its 25th year in business. Started by engineer Matthew Zimmerman, it is owned and operated by producer engineer Steve Kaul. Assistant engineers – Matt Holmes and Joshua Parlanti. Studio booking by Serena Brook. We do Classical, Jazz, Folk, Country, World Music, Rock, Remote Recording and Sound for Film.

Invite your friends & join us for an evening of audio geekery! All are welcome to attend. Feel free to BYOB If you are planning to attend please RSVP to mspaudiogeeks at gmail dot com.

Date: Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Time: 7-9pm
Location: Wild Sound Recording Studio
2400 2nd St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
wild-sound.com
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Parking: There is free street parking on surrounding streets.
Metro Transit: The nearest bus stops are serviced by routes #11 & #32. Please check metrotransit.org for your route.

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The December 2018 MSP Audio Geeks meetup is Thursday, December 27th from 7-10pm at Wild Sound Recording Studio. Join Chris Mara (owner of Mara Machines and Welcome to 1979 Studio) for a fun, informative demonstration of creative uses of Mara tape machines with DAWs. There are tons of new and interesting ways to meld analog and digital workflows! Chris will have a Mara Machine on hand to demonstrate several of these new workflow concepts with lots of time for Q&A. Bring a stereo file and get it recorded on tape so you can hear the difference for yourself! Adult beverages and snacks provided.

Chris Mara is the founder and owner of Mara Machines, the world’s largest analog tape machine restoration company. He is also a recording engineer and owns Welcome To 1979 studio in Nashville, TN. Both businesses have been thriving for over 10 years with an impressive world-wide client list.

Wild Sound Recording Studio is celebrating its 24th year in business. Started by engineer Matthew Zimmerman, it is owned and operated by producer engineer Steve Kaul. Assistant engineers – Matt Holmes and Joshua Parlanti. Studio booking by Serena Brook. We do Classical, Jazz, Folk, Country, World Music, Rock, Remote Recording and Sound for Film.

Invite your friends & join us for an evening of audio geekery! All are welcome to attend. Feel free to BYOB. If you are planning to attend please RSVP to mspaudiogeeks at gmail dot com.

Date: Thursday, December 27, 2018
Time: 7-9pm
Location: Wild Sound Recording Studio
2400 2nd St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
wild-sound.com


Parking: There is free street parking on surrounding streets.
Metro Transit: The nearest bus stops are serviced by routes #11 & #32. Please check metrotransit.org for your route.

If you have a venue suggestion for future MSP Audio Geek meetups, please email mspaudiogeeks at gmail dot com.

View the announcement at goo.gl/kdZDUX
Sign up for the MSP Audio Geeks e-mail list at eepurl.com/lG19P
Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/MSPAudioGeeks
Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/MSPAudioGeeks