zorro sings wrote:Everything you mentioned bringing to this years Project reminds me of Jessie Jackson on an ancient SNL,"The Point is Moot".Without a generator you will be helpless.I suppose a sound system would be next in line.In other words you are in trouble at the moment with your plans.Good luck though.
I had also thought about joining another theme camp but I am having trouble finding them, I have only found one or two and they were completely unrelated to anything musically oriented.
blakeoleus wrote:Actually decorating the U-haul sounds like a good idea! (Maybe some ropelights or something else, I couldn't alter it too much since it would just be a rental) Blake
blakeoleus wrote:Actually decorating the U-haul sounds like a good idea! (Maybe some ropelights or something else, I couldn't alter it too much since it would just be a rental) The theme this year is about conciousness (and the unconcious), and I would love to show some things related to quantum physics/eastern philosophy in relation to mind, matter, and conciousness in conjunction with our music (I have some really interesting videos on string theory and so forth that I want to project on a screen). I don't spin CDs, I spin vinyl and mp3s (final scratch is an analog to digital audio converter letting you spin digital mp3s via analog turntables).
blakeoleus wrote:For these reasons I was leaning towards starting our own area instead of joining another (being that there are 4 of us to DJ, it would be hard to find everybody spots in another theme camp). But I was concerned that 6-8 people would be too small to start our own camp. I would be down to do either, although starting our own would be fun, I don't believe renting a generator, uhaul, sound system (or I could bring my own, I'll be sure to register if it is over 300 watts), and projector would be that expensive split between like 6-8 people. I am mainly concerned about theft and ways to protect against that, but I believe u-hauls are fairly secure in the way that you can lock them up.
blakeoleus wrote:I am not a stranger to camping and have been camping quite a bit before. I have attended tons of underground raves out here in California mojave desert and the forest and so forth so I know about the camping/shade issue, and I definately will make sure to bring enough water, food, and shelter. Safety is always my #1 issue above fun =)
Thanks for taking the time to help out a BM newb!
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