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Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by rpowell, Feb 6, 2002.

  1. rpowell

    rpowell Guest

    hey all,

    just curious as to what level of documentation you go to on your projects...day to day, tracking, mixing, etc,

    general routing? -> settings? -> gas prices?

  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Barely ledgable labeling on DATA DAT's CDRS and DATS is about as far as we go.

    Some notes are wrtten under the faders in Pro Tools software.

    Mine is a private studio, clients dont move projects around much..

    When they do, they just boot up PT and it is all there for em..

    I admire those that take copious notes, me? I'm dyslexic (a bit)! And have seriously crappy hand writing!
  3. MadMoose

    MadMoose Active Member

    Besides track sheets and labling tapes I write down the signal flow. I usually don't write down settings on outboard but I have been known to if I think I'll have to recall a setting in the future. Usually when I have a PITA singer to deal with.
  4. drumsound

    drumsound Active Member

    I'm with Jay and a bit with Jules. Track sheet with what's where and a master with mics and path on it. Label the tapes and send them home with the client once the bill is paid. I just don't have room for them. I also have terrible handwriting and I'm most likely the only person who can make heads of tails out of my docs anyway.

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