Archive for May, 2005

Take a break!!!

This is my forth week working in new company. Concert is coming close, and I’m busy with all preparation works.

Days before I did some soldering works in my partition. Colleagues came and forecasted I’ll be the first staff here won’t get fat as time goes by… Huh?! because of soldering?! Anyway, they asked me if I need to carry heavy speakers and equipment? I replied, “every sound engineer needs to go through these stages, and that’s the reason I’m not that slim like in good old days.”

Friends said it seems that I’ve lost much weight recently. Pressure?! Labour-intensive and weight-lifting task I involved in?! I just know I’m really tired, and panda eyes start to appear.

I got headache this afternoon, after testing some equipment and the console we’re going to bring to the venue on Saturday. I need to put down all the tasks on hand, and take a good enough break.

Zoe sends me a cool website about rubber duck. Go and have a look!

Last but not the least, “Happy anniversary, my friends!”








My first design

Frontline organized our first concert on 31 August 2002. Our former supporting organization YMCA suggested to arrange a farewell party for us using the remaining budget. However we thought it would be better to spend that good deal of money to reach more people, so we organized a concert in the Crystal Room, International House of The Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong. Since the room can accommodate 240 people, we started off the concert in a small scale one. Moreover, the budget allowed us to hire professional audio system for the concert, so it turned out to be medium scale.
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