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Audio Engineering Jobs: The How To Guide

Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by anthonylnavarro, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. anthonylnavarro

    anthonylnavarro Active Member


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  2. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    And your qualifications for this are?
  3. anthonylnavarro

    anthonylnavarro Active Member

    Qualified, yes.

    Hey Madmax,

    Thanks for your response.

    I've been working in the music industry for seven years as an audio engineer.

    Worked with artists such as, Taylor Swift, Kanye West, Jay-Z, R. Kelly, Kid Rock, Ludacris, blah blah blah.....tons of major label and indie artists.

    Have learned throughout the years how to get gigs and stay booked in this competitive field.

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  4. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    Please forgive me while I reserve judgement... But I can tell you for certain, that your webhost to mail interface is not impressive, and you need to figure out why it's not working.

    I signed up, and got no confirmation in over 16 hours. Sorry... but that's a major fail in my book.

    Thankfully, it's an email addy that's at least disposable if all you're doing is collecting email addresses for spam.
  5. anthonylnavarro

    anthonylnavarro Active Member

    Sorry you feel that way Madmax.

    I just tested the sign up link and got instant confirmation. Works perfectly fine as I'm using industry standard web hosting and email clients.

    I'd suggest try checking your disposable email inbox again, or possibly you may have entered an invalid email addy.

    Your the first person that ever had an issue. Sorry for the mess up.
    Spam is for jerks, and jerks we are not.

    You seem very interested in learning to increase your audio engineering income. I guarantee I can help you with my guide I'm releasing soon.

  6. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    You should understand that having been a member here for well over the length of time you've been in audio... and having been doing remote recording twice as long as you've been in the business, and having been a percussionist probably longer than your parents have been alive... I've seen a lot of BSters, posers, wannabe's and all facets of smarmy dirtbags in this industry... When someone makes essentially their first post in a forum... a spam advert... I'll gladly call them out.

    You at least initially seem like you've got something decent to offer folks... and even us old road dogs can learn something new... and should be open to new ideas. That's the ONLY reason I didn't report this as spam right off the bat. (We get tons of goobers posting their spam every year... and thus why you're being met with a healthy dose of skepticism.)

    Almost everyone here KNOWS who I am, and what I've done. So, this ain't like I'm hiding anything.

    Like I said, I'm still reserving judgement... and if you turn out to be genuine, I'll support your efforts... but if you're just another smarmy twit... You'll definitely be called on it too.

    I should also note that the email addy I entered was indeed valid. Just got email on that account a coupla' minutes ago... and I would also note, that email isn't anything new to me... considering I was part of the development team that wrote the spec's of HTML 0.9, 1.0 and 1.2 - and was partially responsible for HTML actively working INSIDE of email.

    I'll load up another email address on my domain servers and see just what comes through. Again, if what you're saying and offering is valid, then no problem...
  7. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    Uhhhh... nope... just created a new account and verified that I can send and receive email... and no confirmation from your domain.

    You might want to double check with the relatively inept support goober smoochers at Go Daddy and make sure DNS is operating correctly on your domain. (They're pretty well known for being able to screw up a wet dream.) Especially on the one year domains. They realize you're probably not gonna stay with em', or your domain's gonna tank... so they really don't give a damn about the correctness of the server configurations on which your domain sits... Just theirs...

    I just double checked my domain on the top 100 RBL's and I'm clean. FYI, your domain "smartaudioincome.com" is also clean.

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