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JP Neufeld @Rig

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Sound designer

Concordia University

Winnipeg

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Posted by Rig - September 28th, 2008


I have combined a can of tuna with dollops of mayonnaise to create the best chip dip ever. It's like a crunchy tuna fish sandwich.

Do you guys have any favourite tuna recipes?


Posted by Rig - September 27th, 2008


I need a hug.

Thanks for the hugs.

:3


Posted by Rig - September 20th, 2008


Finally! Our month-long collab is almost finished...SEVEN MONTHS LATER. Whirlguy has made a little retrospective post on our adventures. Check it out for a good lol.

OMG OMG OMG OMG CAN'T WAITZOR :D :D :D

ALSO OM NOM NOM

CTSG collab almost done!


Posted by Rig - September 11th, 2008


It's for horses!

Hay!


Posted by Rig - September 8th, 2008



Posted by Rig - September 3rd, 2008


IT WUZ PRTEY FUN, LAUL LAUL LAUL

I had Ear Training II and the lecture part of my Electroacoustics II class. Tomorrow it's Music Theory II and my Electroacoustics lab, then I just have 1 class per day till the weekend. Come say hi.


Posted by Rig - August 22nd, 2008


I've been hired as a Resident Assistant at my university (Concordia, woot), meaning that I live in the dorms and help out the other residents, arrange activities, enforce the rules and whatnot. Like SNIPER said, "dude, you're a real-life mod, lolollololol" as he drank himself into a stupor.

lol

The rest of the RAs and I have been doing training for the past week and are getting ready for the rest of the students. They'll be moving in over the upcoming weekend, with the bulk of them coming on Saturday. Preparations would be a whole lot easier if:

1) there wasn't so much training, and
2) the contractors had finished their jobs when they were supposed to.

All of the residences were supposed to get renovations over the summer. Apparently, contractors don't know how to schedule, or they just hate universities, but a lot of them are now two months late. The TV guy cancelled the day before he was supposed to come in and install new TV mounts, meaning that another RA and I are having to spend precious time installing the mounts and setting up the TVs ourselves. The counters in the common rooms aren't replaced yet, so we'll have to shut them down one at a time when the contractors get off their asses and do the work they were supposed to have done by now.

If you're going to be a contractor when you grow up, be unique. Be different. GET YOUR JOBS DONE ON TIME.


Posted by Rig - August 17th, 2008


yayyyyyyy


Posted by Rig - August 12th, 2008


I'm venturing back to Montreal! Leaving in the morning of Friday the 15th from Winnipeg and will arrive in Montreal in the evening of Saturday the 16th, around 8 PM at the Grehound Bus Depot. Don't worry, I don't plan on getting myself beheaded.

So if you wanna come down and say hi, do it!


Posted by Rig - July 13th, 2008


So I might have enough money next year to get a new computer. I'm aiming for a desktop, since they're cheaper and easier to upgrade.

Now, I've been browsing sites like www.pcaudiolabs.com and www.musicxpc.com, which build computers specifically tweaked for digital audio production. Since I'm planning on going down an audio-related career path, these sites seem like a good place to start. But they're pretty expensive when compared to "regular" computers! Some of them come with noise-muffling cases and mods, which again seem pretty expensive for what they do. I'm looking for some opinions, since I don't want to make the wrong decision:

Sound dampening - yes or no?
Custom comp or off-the-shelf?
Would it be better to just build my own?