This is one of my favorite articles in Sound Practices magazine. It speaks to me as I have one completed horn system and two four way horn systems in the works. If you have tried building your own system and haven't felt like a complete inept wanker you are either a badass horn guru or fooling and deluding yourself. I find the honesty in this article very refreshing.
Reproduced here courtesy of Joe Roberts.
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Had a very short trip to Florida this weekend. Stacey had a business trip that I tagged along on. Someone had to protect her.
Visiting the Salvador Dali Museum in St.petersburg Florida. I have been a fan of surrealist since I was 12.
I don't do selfies but when I do they are with one of the greatest works of art ever painted... IMO.
Visiting the museum was as close to a religious experience as I get. Listening to the WE16a for the first time was pretty close but this was on another level. To top off the experience there was an MC Escher exhibit with at least 100 original pieces. Just stunning.
To come down from this experience we found Maximo's seafood shack for drinks and incredible seafood.
Colossal Stone Crab!!!!!
That was heaven.
For those that know me They know I don't like crowds, resorts, chain restaurants or mass produced products. Stacey's conference is located in Disney World at Epcot.
I have been out of my element all day. This is totally foreign and scary to me. Perhaps as scary as CES would be.
That is right about where I had a melt down. Fortunately I found a Yuengling and ran for the room. Nothing adult opens until 5pm. Help!
Interesting weekend heaven and hell with Dali and Disney.
If the format is gnarly this was posted from the blogger phone app and I'll fix it later.
“I like big horns and I cannot lie, those little horns make me cry” Tom Danley "Simple. A horn is just a reasonably rigid boundary for an air column. Now all you have to do is figure what shape to make it." PWK