Becky last edited by
A typical school extra-curricular club that in the 60s - early 90s used to be very nerdy and uncool. Now, AV has become very advanced, you get to learn about the recording industry, getting students ready usually to get a good college for audio recording. Jobs include running live sound for concerts and plays, and lighting design. Can be a very rewarding experience. WARNING: May lead to catching the [audiophile] fever.
Renato last edited by
A term for high school students in the 60s that were nerds/geeks. True audio visuals spent their time playing ping-pong on the computer and were usually members of the chess, math, and science clubs. AVs got their name because of their extensive knowledge in electronics (audio visual) which was uncommon in the 60s. These pioneers grew up to become the leaders in todays computer/science industry.