On Sep 23, 7:04am, Clark Battle wrote: > RE: Torn at Troy. > > My guess is that much of your audience will be from > RPI. Its probably a good idea to post ads on bulletin > boards up there. There are probably quite a few fans > there. Do you know if he's playing around Philly sometime? > > Clark > >-- End of excerpt from Clark Battle This gig at the Troy Musical Hall was a David Lindley gig (and it turns out to be a blessing for iEAR(integrated electronic arts at rensselaer poly) Don't know if he's on his way to philly cheez. Does anyone have an address for Tornschedulingphenomena? iEAR has a program called EAPS(electronic artist performance series) that I'm lucky enough to be a part of. We had Mark Dresser recently, Larry Austin last week and the list go's. if any of you folks are in the area you'd be welcome just drop me a line. there are many future hopeful artists collier ps: my rig includes a modified DEP-5, jamman, rockman chorus delay for feedback delay triggers and stereo sep for the effects returns on a marshall acoustic amp... along with custom multi output guitars and gr-1, sansamps, wahs valumes etc. I'm not entirely happy with the marshall except that it travels easily. anyone using portable stereo multi-input beautifully clean amplification? If I don't find one I'll do an independant study in electrical engineering and design something. also, there is a plastics dept. and acoustical research here. my main goal is pure sound and portablility.