Another station ident courtesy of the incomparable Garrett Gregory:. Notable are the Wilhelm scream and the running sound effects from a Hanna Barbera cartoon. Assembled in Mixpad.
Since my hobbyist online radio station is called Squirrel FM a.k.a The Squirrel, I’ve gone with a bit of a nut theme in my station identifiers. And when I say nuts, what I really mean is testicles. Or worse. Much, much worse: I would like to send grateful thanks to my good friend Garrett Gregory […]
We have a backup system. We end up using it more than we want to because Windows 10 updates are relentless. It’s not that updating software is a bad thing, especially with the number of security exploits out there, it’s just that Microsoft has an unfortunate habit of ramming the damn things down your throat. […]
I used to run a school and community online radio station. It was a lot of fun up until school politics killed it in August of 2018. I had put so much work into the project (and money into equipment) that I couldn’t just let it die. Thus, Squirrel FM was born. The Squirrel is […]
Today was spent creating some bumpers for use with Radio Hanna. We’re setting things up on our RadioDJ software to make it easier for the main and remote systems with on-location announcers to toggle back and forth. For this coming school year, everything is automated through events.
These cranberry orange buttermilk scones are fluffy and moist with a pronounced, entirely natural orange flavour. Our 4-H Food Project had a great time baking these for our Achievement Day and serving them to guests this past spring. Make sure you use real butter and not margarine in this recipe!
It seems like I spent the last year trying to be everything to everyone as a community volunteer. I even won an award for this, beating out some heavy hitters in town. It also seems that I’ve burned myself out somewhat. I’ve just returned home from a two-week stint in the hospital courtesy of a […]
Some fairly hefty price changes at Mixlr.com, the livecasting service we use for Radio Hanna, prompted us to look around for alternatives. The original reason for going with Mixlr was that their software and interface was the friendliest available with the shallowest learning curve for students and teachers.