It’s been a wild three months since my last blog post, so I better get caught up! In that time, we managed to pack up our home in South Dakota, and four days later, move in to our new house in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, close to 500 miles away. During the course of the move, I also had the opportunity to play an acoustic concert at an outdoor festival at Strawbale Winery.
At the beginning of September, I took over as Director of Recording Technology at UW Oshkosh. It’s been both a fun and very busy start to the semester. I have a packed schedule of courses and have also been doing a lot of work on the university recording studio.
Another major event last month was the “Installation” ceremony for the University’s new Chancellor, Andrew Levitt. I assisted with sound setup in the EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) Hangar next to the museum. It was a new and great learning experience to help with sound in a room that large.
We have been enjoying the great Fall weather as we reconnect with some old friends and get to know some new ones as we re-familiarize ourselves with the city. It’s already starting to feel like home! Much more to come…