23 February 2021

Hi <<First Name>>,

Reminder - the all-singing all-dancing Life of [Raspberry] Pi Technorama Tuesday is tonight at 1830 AEDT

Register right now with this link and tune in tonight so that you can ask questions in real time.

What's in the show?

Terry O'Connor will give you an overview and update on the Pi Family, and later talk about some practical radio station projects - including a clock and audio workstation.  He'll even lead the discussion about whether the Pi could replace your current STL for transmission or OBs.

John Maizels has an update on the very latest in the Raspberry Pi family - the Pi 400 - and shows you why this is an exciting addition to the lineup.  He'll also tell you where to shop, and what you need to get.

Evan Wyatt talks about the real-world project that manages satellite studios and back-haul audio for a Far North Queensland network.  And guess what: you could use the same hardware and software to extend the preselector on your Elan Merlin console.

There's more information and detail on the Technorama website.

Why attend?  You'll come away with more tips than a bunch of asparagus, and a better understanding of why the Pi isn't just a toy, a cheap game platform, or an aid for teaching code (although it's really good for those things too!).

Stuck for time? If you really can't make it tonight, all Technorama Tuesdays sessions are available for replay.  Our December 2020 intro to small board computing webinar with Steph Piper  is >> here <<

Raspberry Pi not for you?  That's ok, we've got you covered with these fabulous TR Tuesday Webinars. Go ahead and book in today!

1830 AEDT Tuesday 30 March: From Studio to Speakers! | The Broadcast Chain

1830 AEST Tuesday 27 April: Modernise Your Engagement! | SMS, Social Media & Video

1830 AEST Tuesday 25 May: Talking Tech to Your Board

1830 AEST Tuesday 29 June: Digital Archiving Your Station

Some finer print

Be sure to check in at the website to become a Technorama member or renew your membership - the process is fully online and painless.

And if you have general suggestions, questions or contact requests for Technorama, we're always listening.  Check out the contact box on the website, or drop us a line via email.  

From the Webinar Team,
Technorama Incorporated

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Thanks for being involved, and please continue to support Technorama.


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