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Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce with Jay and Amy Fisher

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One of the roots of Rockabilly and Rock 'N' Roll started in Clovis, New Mexico with Norman Petty. Petty recorded such greats as Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Waylon Jennings and The Fireballs. Follow along as the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce members rebuild, restore, and put into operation original high fidelity analog equipment that was used in that period. The analog/digital Clovis Sounds Studios is being built in the Norman and Vi Petty Rock 'N' Roll Museum in the heart of the east ...
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Created August 24, 2023 Jay and Amy read and discuss an article in the Clovis News Journal written on Sunday, December 20, 1959. The article was written by Norma Jean Berry who was Petty’s personal secretary. The article discusses Petty’s beginnings, growth, and directions late in the year that Buddy Holly died. This article is a fascinating insigh…
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Created August 17, 2023 Jay and Amy return after a protracted interval to explain and reveal some of the inner workings of building an analog recording studio with vintage vacuum tube equipment. Studio electronic noise issues explained and corrected, as well as mismatched impedance, loading by various amplifiers and interactions explained. How anal…
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Created April 21, 2023 Discussion of the equipment upgrades, getting ready for the music festival and interviewing a large group of people. TRS/TS Input/Output panel wired into Control Room Patch Console from Studio A, with cable marking and identification discussed. Monitors, cabling and Altec speaker rebuilds described: taking a pair of poor 605A…
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KC Messick, Tres Morgan, Robyn Snowberger, and Marcy Anaya and other members of the Clovis Music Festival committee met together to discuss the Clovis Music Festival, to be held April 14-15, 2023 at the Curry County Events Center. The event will feature Uncle Kracker and the Eli Young Band on Friday, April 14. Los Huracanes del Norte will take the …
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Created March 2, 2023 Part 1: Guest Bryan Ellis with High Plains Sleep Disorder Center in Clovis, New Mexico interviews with Amy and Jay Fisher. Overview of legislative session and the Chamber of Commerce and upcoming bills and grants. Energy, taxes, oil and gas revenue in New Mexico are discussed. Planned obsolescence in manufacturing and long ter…
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Created February 14, 2023 Part 1: Bryan Ellis with High Plains Sleep Disorder Center in Clovis, New Mexico will return next week for a follow-up podcast. A new digital-analog interface is being used, hardware settings and glitches in electrical equipment, patch jacks, and TRS plugs are revealed. Five podcast mics are now in use, and an advanced int…
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Created February 02, 2023 Part 1: Bryan Ellis is a Respiratory Therapist and a Registered Sleep Technologist with decades of experience, operating a physician and primary care-referred sleep diagnosis and therapy center. Bryan discusses insomnia of several types, sleep related breathing disorders, and sleep apnea. He identifies mechanical problems …
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Created January 25, 2023 Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. Volunteering and the importance of offering service to others is unique and priceless. Time management and community service critical needs are revealed, and the Clovis Sounds Studio is asking for musicians and t…
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Created January 17, 2023 Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. 70 pieces of vintage electronic equipment , low humidity protects the electronic equipment from age-related corrosion. “Big Red” isolated power supply installed and tested, with electromagnetic interference filte…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. 70 pieces of vintage electronic equipment need care and use to prevent degradation. Rebuilding the tape transport system of an Ampex 350 is detailed, including bearings, retaining pins, the use of heat in assembly and repair. Missing pow…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. Stabilization of top heavy electronic racks is described with possible solutions for stability using doorstops as kickstands. 1950s styling is described. “Power feed” or “mains” terminology and application is covered, comparing industria…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. In this episode, they talk about infrared glow of electron tubes, the Fear Podcast on WINS 1010 Radio, and the comparison of high fidelity in the Clovis Sounds Studio compared with New York Radio sound. Synergistic relationship of all co…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. In this episode, they discuss afternoon podcasts, safety concerns with glowing electrical connections, and “Forward Looking InfraRed” (FLIR Cameras). They are used in scanning for hot electrical connections in high voltage motor controll…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. In this episode, they detail patch cable jacks and multiple connection cords for microphone feeds, sub-standard mixers, and analog to digital interfaces. They try muting of the piano in control room with blankets to prevent reverberation…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. Corrections are presented about previous discussion of LED light firing circuits in the audio studio. Listener input is encouraged. Curious and humorous voice sounds, inflection, timbre, and habits are discussed, and the role of voice in…
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Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. The relationship with audiophiles, musicians, and the future of recording in the Clovis Sounds Studio is explained. Recording analog music and evolution of music into digital and live performance is described. They discuss reverb and ech…
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Jay Fisher interviews Tina Dziuk, Director of Clovis Economic Development. Tina is new to the position, and reveals facts about Clovis' growth, direction, and opportunities. This episode is a good insight to the future of Clovis, what it's like to live in the area, and our relationship with our youth. Communication is the key to our future, and the…
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Jay Fisher interviews Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ernie Kos describes the Chamber's official roll and function in the community, including tourism, industry, membership, business and events in the Clovis and Curry County area. She shares personal stories and interesting tidbits about her roll in the community and her …
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Jay and Amy Fisher discuss the creation of the Clovis Sounds Studio in the Norman and Vi Petty Rock 'N' Roll Museum, in the basement of the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce. This the second of a two-part series discussing the history, idea, directions, origin, and future of the fully analog high fidelity recording studio being created in thi…
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Jay and Amy Fisher discuss the creation of the Clovis Sounds Studio in the Norman and Vi Petty Rock 'N' Roll Museum, in the basement of the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce. This the first of a two-part series discussing the history, idea, directions, origin, and future of the fully analog high fidelity recording studio being created in this…
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Old buildings hold a lot of secrets and memories. Listen as Nick Mondragon and Jay Fisher discuss some of them on this 15 minute podcast from the Clovis Sounds Studio. This podcast features Nick Mondragon, Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant and Film Liaison, and Jay Fisher, Professional Custom Knifemaker and Audio Elec…
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