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What is the Resource Section About?

Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by audiokid, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    The Resource Section is an add-on that allows members to manage resources such as extended business content, files and tutorials or other article-like content along side the normal forums. The aim is allow business content to be listed with a focus on the initial content rather than discussion surrounding it.
    However, this can also include a personal support forum which is created with the submission of each Resource seen in the RESOURCE Forums > Here

    RECORDING ORG has customized this for various Community Related Services. This is a subscribed feature that can be purchased for various categories targeted to your business such as, Studios, Consulting , Services, Marketplace - Digital Downloads, Press Releases, Product Announcements and more. We can even customize a Resource just for you!
    You must be a registered member before you can subscribe.
    For more information, see Account Upgrades. http://recording.org/account/upgrades

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  2. DonnyThompson

    DonnyThompson Distinguished Member

    I've neglected to update my resources section. I'm gonna work on that this weekend. I can't see any downside to this.

    Considering that RO always pops up within the first 4-6 returns on an internet search engine query, how many people do you figure that this could reach?

    A lot of what I do is local, in terms of consultations on-site, but with today's internet speeds - along with the fact that nearly everyone and their brother has a computer and is connected, I can see this opening up a whole bunch of opportunities for internet-based audio production services - mixing, remixing, mastering (I'm not personally mastering but I can see where M.E.'s would benefit), midi sequencing, VO's, maybe even long distance consultation for those that don't want to wait on-hold for two hours to speak with a support tech to help them hook up their audio i/o ... hell, even musicians could offer session player services - to do tracks for those who don't want to use VSTi's... the possibilities are huge, as far as I can see.
    bigtree likes this.
  3. eternalsound

    eternalsound Active Member

    You can visit mine for an example. hehe

    -Chuck :^)
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