[ddots-l] Re: Software documentation

Hey Chris,

I don't have that much in the way of knowledge. The radio production class I 
took only covered the very basics. Not to mention the equipment they used was 
half accessible, and I didn't have time to learn it with all the other stuff I 
was doing at school at the time. They had me using CoolEdit and WindowEyes. If 
I'd known about Sonar and CakeTalking, I would have pushed them to get that. As 
it was, they wouldn't even get me GoldWave. They already had a JAWS license 
throughout the whole university. Anyway...

Yes, I'm looking for experience to sharpen my skill set, or give me one. I did 
some very basic editing while at school, and I mean VERY basic. And not a lot 
of big multi-track stuff either. It was a tough situation all around. I think 
if I'd had a heads-up on what they were planning on doing as far as 
accessibility, I might have accomplished more while there.

As far as taking a course goes, I've thought of it, and if I would go the route 
of the university, I'd more than likely have to take a bunch of prerequisite 
courses, etc.

I'd be happy to check out any books you might have on the subjects.

Chels

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Smart <chris_s@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: December 07, 2010 1:21 PM
To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: Software documentation

Hi Chelsea. Are you trying to get your name out there to learn the 
craft? Or to apply skills you already have?

If you want a list of books on mixing/mastering, let me know.

You'll still need CT and Sonar, preferably on a dedicated computer, 
decent speakers or headphones.  Taking a course or two can't hurt 
either, although books are a cheaper option if money is an issue.

Chris

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