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So what made you decide to get into the audio industry? Myself, it was so I could look at all the pretty girls and not have to listen to the Preacher.
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It was due to an email I received a while back. It went something like this.
At fist I was a little upset, then I realized that this person had a valid point. I replied back to them and said give me six weeks. That is when I published my first narration. Honestly, once you lean the basics of audio, you can apply them to most any area. Believe it or not, I hate the sound of my own voice and this is probably the last book I will do. That is the reason I am documenting it. I guess I did it just to show I could. My heart belongs to mixing and mastering music, it always has.You talk a lot of shi* about how you have taught so many people concerning the ACX, yet when I look up your name, I don't see a ****ing thing! The www has enough keyboard commandos and we simply don't need one concerning the audio field.
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