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Some tips when posting (README)
Old 22nd April 2020
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Some tips when posting (README)

You can post questions from today!

You post your question as a new thread in this subforum. Just like starting a new subject in the regular one.
All questions go into a moderation queue, so don't worry if it doesn't show up right away. We'll get to everything eventually. If it's not approved it's either because we feel it's too far off topic or it may actually simply be a duplicate of another question that's also in the queue. Also we reserve the possibillity to edit your questions.
Kieran will drop in from friday the 24th to answer your questions for one week.
Don't hesitate to contact us, if something's not clear or needs to be changed.
Kieran will do his best to answer followup questions but please keep in mind we're inviting busy people, and their time may be limited.

Some pointers:
- Please be to the point and as brief as possible?
- Please ONE question per thread? If you have more questions, just post them seperately. It's easier to keep track of questions, and later easier to find a subject. If something is not clear, about an issue post a followup question in that thread? When others posted a simular questions at the same time, we'll pick one.
- Keep this Q&A about Kieran's music production, live- and DJ-sets only, please? It's possible to discuss and compare your own ways of producing music, in the regular forum.
- Answering questions for/on behalf of the guest, will not be posted. Of course we look at each individual message, or post, to see if it's appropriate. A nice discussion is of course welcome, you might get some more information that way. If possible of course.

Last but not least:
- Please share this subforum across your social media and contact lists, the more people we get joining in the more fun it is! Enjoy!

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