Thank you for the invitation. Unfortunately I will be traveling that day
across country. I am interested in possibly becoming a member of the
technical committee if you think ARSC would consider my presence. Thank
you for your consideration.
All the best and be well.
On 2021-02-16 21:49, Bill Klinger wrote:
> The Outreach Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections
> (ARSC) posts the following message.
> --- "ASK THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE" PROGRAM ---
> Please join the Technical Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound
> Collections for an "Ask the Technical Committee" Zoom Webinar, on Saturday,
> February 27, at 2:00 p.m. EST. This program is free of charge.
> This is the first of two scheduled "Ask the Technical Committee" forums
> sponsored by ARSC, in which you can ask Technical Committee members about
> audio archiving and related technical issues. The next "Ask the Technical
> Committee" will occur during the virtual ARSC Annual Conference, May 13-15,
> The following Technical Committee members will participate: Jessica
> Thompson, Gary A. Galo, Richard Hess, Dennis D. Rooney, and past member
> emeritus Steve Smolian. Brad McCoy, Technical Committee Chair, is the host.
> Seth B. Winner is the organizer and moderator.
> Please note that registration is limited, so sign up today and submit a
> question in advance at:
> During the February "Ask the Technical Committee" webinar, the committee
> will be open to adding new members. They are looking for individuals with a
> variety of skill sets, so that the committee is well rounded in diverse
> technical areas. If you are interested, please fill out this questionnaire:
> Please note that applicants must be ARSC members.
> More information about the Technical Committee can be found here:
> Questions about the committee or the upcoming "Ask the Technical Committee"
> session should be directed to Technical Committee member Melissa Widzinski:
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> dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings -- in all genres
> of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC is unique in
> bringing together private individuals and institutional professionals --
> everyone with a serious interest in recorded sound.