Sure, shoot us a list of questions, and wee'l do our best to anser them.
Regards, Phil Muir
P J Muir Productions, Music and audio production, Mixing, Mastering: www.philmuir.com/
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I've not been on this List for very long, but I've noticed the general willingness to answer people's questions and give advice, for which I thank those who take the time to do so. However, since joining, I've myself have asked a few questions which, apart from a single respondent, have fallen on deaf ears and I'm wondering why this could be.
I'm at the very beginning of my Sonar journey and, as I am multi-impaired and work full-time for New Zealand Public Radio, (which has a great deal to learn regarding disability issues), I don't have a lot of energy to devote to learning. Therefore, I'll need all the help I can get in order to make any significant progress. I've never done multi-track audio editing before and I've never used midi, so I am under no illusions about the amount or the gradient of the learning curve. However, I did teach myself SoundForge with only the manual and Jonathan Mosen's tuition tapes (the school used Cool Edit and couldn't help me much), so I'm not incapable where time and energy permit.
I'll need advice as to the type of equipment I purchase to start me on this journey (it's more than I ever imagined), how to set it up, etc.
Perhaps there are those of you who've been in this industry so long and can't remember starting out; but I implore you to remember those of us who come behind, who are just as keen and who aren't afraid to say "I don't know".
Any help or advice you could give would be greatly appreciated. Of course, I'm only too willing to chime in where I feel such knowledge as I have may be of benefit to someone.
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