Originally Posted by jcruz1066
This isn't about the quality of the mod, which I know is stellar. This is about the simple fact that a professional company performing a service comes to an agreement with their client on how and when the service will be completed, and they keep their word.
Tony doesn't come to an agreement, nor do I expect him to. Mics show up in varied states of disrepair...not to mention, Tony approaches each microphone differently depending on the needs of the customer. He asks what the customer would like from a microphone and tailors his work to accomplish that goal... he doesn't give a length of time because it is impossible to do.
doesn't give a f#ck where you had your mic modded, Teddy |
luckily for me I dont give a damn about the average joe.... I record first and foremost for myself. it is the entire reason I got into recording( to save myself money because I was tired of getting raped by German engineers for a 3 minute voice demo for Opera auditions.....)
secondly... I record for the people that use my services. that mass market commercial nonsense/must have pro toooooolz/gotta be loud/compress the fvck out of it , dude/ stuff is for the birds... i care about quality and quality only. not units sold. just sound....so I dont get mods for "customers" i get them for my damn self.