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If you don't find anything, a close second to buying dry ice is purchasing ice cream over the internet. It arrives in a styrofoam box with a ton of dry ice inside of it. If you buy a couple cartons, you'll have a treat to eat while you play with a bunch of dry ice!


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http://www.chillistick.co.uk/dry-ice-products-c-318.html


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I personally have no idea what UK rates are. Having said that - Sometimes studios have rates that they will generally pay freelancers or a series of rates based on budget, experience and what your tasks are. Flying there - Are they paying for room and board or are you flying in on your own because you need the project? Do you know what a standard staff ...


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In the UK, Masters level courses in arts subjects -tend- to focus more on theory/concept than the technical aspects; its generally expected that you know those already, and that what you're doing is of a personal research nature. I know that Edinburgh's course is fairly 'conceptually' focussed, for example. The balance of that may vary among these courses, ...


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Interesting question. I can understand your difficulty in making a decision. However I feel that you are overlooking the fact that you probably won't learn a whole lot, simply because you already have learned in practice. Most University courses I know focus a lot on technical aspects, that's not exactly what you need. (That is an impressive list of skills, ...


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Channel 38 and 70 are the only legal channels in the UK. Additional frequencies, like the ones you mention can be purchased as a special short licence. Check out the licensing authority website http://www.jfmg.co.uk/ to get your licence and more info.


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I'm in the same boat as Alan (geddit?) - was going to try and record some atmos but the weather forecast predicts rain all day. I'll keep my handheld on me just incase the weather lightens up though. Cheers


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I'm attending a street party though the weather outlook isn't good so we may just end up with some British rain ambience and soggy bunting... I'll give it a shot though and see what I get! Hopefully there won't be music playing too much so I get some decent and usable recordings :)


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Two off the top of my head: Beam Festival, at Brunel University (http://www.beamfestival.com/), and AudioGraft, in Oxford (http://www.audiograft.com/). I used to know someone who ran an electronica/sound-art festival called 'Sonic boom' in Coventry, but I don't think that's still going on.


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