Snor has safely returned home, having driven through dense fog and freezing rain all the way from Chicago to Indianapolis.
Thanx to everybody who stopped by the booth to say HI to Snorlax!
Thanx to McCORMICK'S, who hosted Snor, his computer, the Christmas CDs, and Snor's coffee
Here are some more photos of FOS (Friends of Snorlax) and FOG (Friends of Garritan)
TOM JOHNSON OF MAKEMUSIC (FINALE) SAYS "HI, GARY!!!"
Here's KEY POULAN, composer of fine music for marching bands
Snorlax (left), with JOE NEISLER, Professor of Horn at Illinois State Univ.
GARY ATKINS, of HUMBER COLLEGE (Canada's version of Berklee) and SIBELIUS
DAVID HAWLEY of MAKEMUSIC...our SMARTMUSIC expert...Snor heard a familiar Bel Canto etude (Marco Bordogni, composer) coming from the next aisle and had flashbacks...
BRUCE and LAURIE SMITH (Laurie is the cute one) from BRS MUSIC, which publishes several forum members' work.
Last but CERTAINLY not least is BRIAN ANDERSON from McCORMICK'S. Brian allowed Snor to crash the McCormick's boothspace to demonstrate Garritan Libraries...Brian ALSO ran the conference's computer lab and was responsible for the SMOOTH, GLITCH-FREE presentation Snor gave on "Virtual Instruments in Your Computer and in Your Classroom"
THANK YOU, BRIAN!!