Here is the topic load from the OLD CX blog! http://julius-grafton.blogspot.com.au/ Time Machine: how about a gig with gear made before 1980? Tech Training: the skills gap Massive Screwups (when we owned ENTECH!) How we messed with the CX brand School talks - promoting college to Year...Read more ?
In 1992 the AIM (Australian International Music) Trade Show was two halls wide at Darling Harbour. It was a mini NAMM show, and thousands of kids came on Public Day to see Dime Bag Darryl (may he rest in peace). AMA (Australian Music Association) boss Rob Walker ran a good show, he also managed the AES convention...Read more ?
22 years (almost) and I think I almost have spelling and punctuation sorted out. But the elephant in the room is always whether what you say in front of Julius is private, or published. Most times people are intelligent enough to qualify when something we talk about is not for publication. There are layers...Read more ?
The Meetings and Events Association Conference has been and gone and whilst the content of the conference was the best in years sadly the subject of Technician on Duty Fee’s seemed to be pushed aside. It appears it wasn't such a hot topic, with only 5 people showing up at a facilitated meeting...Read more ?
Greetings Julius.I doubt if you'll remember me but we have met a number of times. (I believe I first met you in the 70's-from memory you were mixing for Gary Glitter, but you had hair then so I may be mistaken) Last time we spoke was at a show I supplied and operated for-the opening of SAE headquarters...Read more ?
Nice work on the Indiana piece. We posted a link to your digital edition on our social media pages. Glad someone had the balls to finally use words like "screwup" and "dumb." Couple of small things. The word "court" was used a few times. This case has not actually been to court. All of the info we have...Read more ?
EAV Tech re-define media relationshipsCX is a friendly place. We enjoy positive relationships, and rise to overcome challenges. And sometimes we just move on, unable to rewire the lights on the planet for people who only see darkness.Jimmy Den Ouden’s job is to seek out new and useful devices, and bring...Read more ?
I'm a Tom Misner fan. The elusive, charismatic and decidedly weird Misner is definitely larger than life, moreso since he and his creepy cabal of European henchmen trousered 280 million from Navitas after flogging off the global chain of SAE audio schools in 2010. We had a good thing going on, he would...Read more ?