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Greetings From Toronto, Canada

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Vox71, Sep 12, 2013.

  1. Vox71

    Vox71 Active Member

    Hey All,

    I would just like to introduce myself as a new member. I am a home-recording enthusiast, and I have been doing it for several years. Just joining to learn some new tips, tricks and ideas. You can never stop learning. I will most likely be a lurker primarily, but may chime in occasionally. Anyway, hello everybody.

    Cheers,
    Alfie


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  2. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    welcome to RO Alfie!
     
  3. BassLiK

    BassLiK Active Member

    Welcome aboard, I was pretty much like you HOME RECORDING ENTHUSIAST, and never though in a million year I would actually start making money doing it. I owe all to this forum, as well as a few others for teaching techniques. tricks, ETC. audiokid knows his stuff, that's one cat you can count on for great info too. Have a great weekend. CANADA *** RUSH ROXS ***
     
  4. Vox71

    Vox71 Active Member

    Thanks, BassLiK. I guess you could say I am more than an "enthusiast". I fall under the category of "dangerously, and counterproductively, obsessed". Thats great that you are actually making money from it now. How did you make the transition, and in what sort of capacity? Strictly engineering/producing, or writing/licensing?

    Cheers,
    Alfie


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  5. BassLiK

    BassLiK Active Member

    Just a weekend warrior doing demo's for bands, most of them use the demo's to get gigs. I love it cause my add clearly states demo's only and not willing to do full production and use samples to make you sound different. That really draws in a lot of bands who want to gig. Although I'm finishing my first full length Album, and I'll never do it again, too muck work, especially speed metal, a lot of fixing on a half asleep left foot of the drummer(LOL). Live demo's !, get then in and out and always stay busy as heck. Later if they want to top producer/mixer/engineer, my friend is a double Platinum Grammy if have a lot of cash.
     

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