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Mr. Paul Stubblebine Coming to Atlanta, Georgia
« on: May 30, 2013, 08:52:24 AM »
On June 30, 2013 (2pm to 5pm)  the grammy award winning mastering engineer, Mr. Paul Stubblebine will leave his stomping grounds to visit the Audio Video Club Of Atlanta and we can't wait. This will be my second time meeting this extraordinary individual and I can truly say, he knows how to WOW the crowd. This fine gentleman will discuss examples of his 15ips reel to reel master tapes. We also hope (fingers crossed) he will share with us some of the highlights of his 40 plus year professional career.  We are also looking forward to hearing some of those great reel to reel tapes he will bring along. I have no doubt there will be much excitement, fun and plenty of questions. We welcome anyone in the Georgia area to come have fun with us and share an experience you won't soon forget.  Questions: Please contact our club president (John Morrison) [email protected]

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Re: Mr. Paul Stubblebine Coming to Atlanta, Georgia
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2013, 09:23:21 PM »

It's this Sunday. I'll bring a small pile of tapes, and a Bottlehead Repro that we'll hook up to a couple of the members' decks. If you're in or near Atlanta, c'mon by and say hello.
Paul Stubblebine
Managing Director, The TapeProject