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I was fortunate to meet Dale a few times at NAB, very knowledgeable guy!

Some know this, but if you visited Disney in the pre digital days you would have heard dales work in places like the hall of presidents.  He and some other audio engineers I know built a continuous loop bin type tape player that ran the audio for many attractions.  Very unique at the time, now simple to do with a raspberry pi and some freeware.

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@Dave Garman posted:

Beautiful honorarium Rich!!!  VERY WELL DONE...

This should become a 'sticky' for all to see in perpetuity.

Dave

OGR has set it up that you can support the forum by making a supporting member contribution in a members name that has passed on. It's a great way of honoring the memory of those folks that have given us so much in sharing their knowledge and more importantly their friendship.

See this thread.

Dale was an upstanding person and is missed by us all.  Who can forget trains running upside down!

@MartyE posted:

Dave

OGR has set it up that you can support the forum by making a supporting member contribution in a members name that has passed on. It's a great way of honoring the memory of those folks that have given us so much in sharing their knowledge and more importantly their friendship.

See this thread.

Marty - this was a great suggestion to make.  Thank-you!

-Greg

It was thanks to Dale that I got into command control.  I had bought a used TMCC set and it didn't work with my TMCC locomotives, so I was very unimpressed.  I stumbled upon his website and post a post that described exactly how my locomotives behaved, so I followed his instructions.  Everything worked great once the adjustments were made and I have been hooked ever since.  Would probably still be running conventionally otherwise.

@Dave Garman posted:

Beautiful honorarium Rich!!!  VERY WELL DONE...

Thanks, but I can't take the credit for this. This was all Marty Eibeck's idea, and it was a great one. He deserves the credit for these wonderful tributes.

There are other departed members honored in this forum:



If there is a departed member that you would like to honor here, read this.

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