Performing an acoustic as well as an electric set, Slightly Stoopid won’t be going it alone when the band plays with Weir’s marvelous toys. Joining them will be guests Karl Denson, Ian Neville and Don Carlos. Along with all that music the band will also do the first-ever live Stoopid Q&A at TRI.

If you haven’t yet check out TRI Studios, a quick glance at its website will definitely stimulate your inner tech geek. The Tamalpais Research Institute’s HD studio employs the Meyer Sound Constellation System acoustic modeling technology that enables the fine tuning of a room’s sound qualities, effectively simulating the acoustics found in every type of venue from the smallest club to arenas, cathedrals and even stadiums.

Making their first appearance at Weir’s fabulous high-tech HQ, Slightly Stoopid begins the live HD broadcast at 6 p.m. PDT Tuesday night and replays the fun at 9 p.m. The pay-per-view streams come with a $10 price tag and are accessible on just about every gadget capable of surfing the ‘Net, including mobile devices, game consoles, Internet-ready HDTVs and, of course, computers.

Leading into Tuesday night’s performance, members of Slightly Stoopid are spending today guest speaking at the SFMusicTech Summit. Tour-wise, the band plays Mesa, Ariz., at the Mesa Amphitheatre Sept. 16 and Irvine, Calif., at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Sept. 17. Towards the end of this month, Slightly Stoopid joins Michael Franti & Spearhead, G. Love & Special Sauce and Citizen Cope for the Rombello ocean cruise, departing Miami for a round-trip voyage to Cozumel Sept. 29.

For more information, click here for Slightly Stoopid’s website and here for TRI Studios home on the ‘Net.