Change is the Only Constant…
As we move through 2018, we have many things planned for this website and the web, in general. Lets just outline a few of them without too much detail, as I don’t want to give away all the secrets coming this Summer.
- Airchexx Radio.
- Branded Content
- Jock’s Corner
Airchexx Radio is something I played around with but hadn’t refined the concept back in 2015-2016. Sometimes it was on the web, often not. We have neither the hardware nor software solution (yet) to make this a reality, but there is a goal to have things ready by mid-Summer. What IS IT? A streaming aircheck station with it’s own imaging, select music shows and even talk shows. It’s going to be a place for radio talent to show off their skills, either with airchecks of their work, or shows they produce. Details will be released as we get closer to the event.
Branded Content… You’ll know when you see it.
Jock’s Corner – This will be a place where air talent, past or present, gets to have their written comments about all things radio posted right here on Airchexx. Wanna? Use the “Contact Us” link at the top of the page.
It’ll be an exciting Summer here and we want you to be a part of it!
Creator and Founder of Airchexx.com
As promised, the list of things needed to update and maintain this website is important to list here. Perhaps someone can help with equipment or a donation.
- A studio, professional reel to reel player. Literally, I have an early 1960s mono Wollensak home player. It works, but It’s no good for mastering anything besides mono 3 3/4 or 7 1/2 reels. Small reels at that. And no, sending tapes out of house for mastering won’t cut it. I do ALL the audio here in the home studio.
- Stereo Mixing Console. Now, I’m not looking for anything fancy like a Wheatstone board. Just need something to replace this Behringer Eurorack UB-1204. Every pot and switch has dead zones.. in fact, I don’t dare move a slide pot out of fear the audio will disappear and never return. No funds to replace at present.
- The biggie… We need a new master computer. This system has been brought back from the dead three times now. I built it from scratch back in 2007 and that’s a pretty long life for a production machine. I’ve gone through four different hard drives and upgraded the DDR2 memory sticks to four gigs, but I’m not having any luck finding new hardware that will work with the old intel board. It’s time.
Total cost for all this: I estimate around $2,000. Your help will be greatly appreciated.