The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will next be meeting on Wednesday 5th July, and has a mixture of topics planned.
Starting off the mix will be Derek Barron, who will be demonstrating his 3D Molecule program, amongst other things. Peter Richmond will then take a look at StudioSound – an audio sequencing package originally released by Oregan Developments, and since updated by Henrik Pedersen. Peter will be using various sound samples to show off the features of the package.
The meeting takes place from 7:45pm, at:
Sandal Hall Close, off Walton Lane,
(A61) Barnsley Road,
A map and directions can be found on the WROCC website, and the venue has free parking and a bar for refreshments. Entry is free for members, but in return for a mere £3.00 entry fee non-members are also welcome, and as well as entry into the meeting they will also be given a printed copy of the WROCC newsletter.
That entry fee is equivalent to one fifth of the usual annual membership fee, which stands at £15.00, but is reduced to £7.50 in the first year – and the benefits not only include free entry into a whole year’s worth of monthly meetings, but a PDF version of each edition of the newsletter during the membership period, delivered by email and/or downloadable from the WROCC website, access to the Club’s internet discussion forum, and the ability to place adverts in the newsletter and on the website.
So, on balance, if you’re not a member and wish to attend the meeting, it’s probably worth paying the extra and joining!
The next three meeting dates after July are 2nd August, 6th September, and 4th October. The subject of the latter two are still to be settled upon, but the first is provisionally titled “Recent Developments in RISC OS.”