That's a good idea, putting some flyers at the conservatory! I've emailed a couple people I know over there, but you're really relying on them to spread the word, which I don't know that they will. I imagine teachers at any community college recording program would be interested in a resource like this, too.
I've added a couple of subforums dedicated to general discussions of mixing and control room setup, but they aren't terribly active. There's some really good advice in there, but it's not a place where people do a lot of chatting. I suppose I could create a more general discussion area, but I feel like Gearslutz, Tapeop, etc have that covered. My hope is to keep this site fairly narrow but deep, with lots of good advice, backed up by real examples. Of course, that makes the barrier to posting kinda high! People need to download tracks, mix them, then post them to have anything to share!
I'm pretty happy with the growth of the site, all things considered. Anything to encourage good growth with quality members, and to maintain the positive cooperative vibe I'm happy with!