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Old 8th March 2014
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This.

Reputation is a large part of this industry. It's capital for a lot of people - intangible money. Your credits are responsible for that reputation.
yup.

ain't about WHAT you know, it's about WHO you know.

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Old 8th March 2014
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1. The sound of hardware differs from unit to unit, more so with vintage gear.

2. The Roland space echo re 201 is alot smaller than it looks. It looks huge in pictures.
Old 8th March 2014
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yup.

ain't about WHAT you know, it's about WHO you know.
Frankly, I think it's about both. Problem is, most folks don't realize how little they know.
Old 8th March 2014
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Frankly, I think it's about both. Problem is, most folks don't realize how little they know.
both what?

what you know and who you know?

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most folks don't realize how little they know
how little they know about what?

politics? engineering??
Old 8th March 2014
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both what?

what you know and who you know?
Yes.

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how little they know about what?

politics? engineering??

Yes.
Old 9th March 2014
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Two different things. Some people have more ego than skills and are not as good as they think they are. Some are too humble and are much better than they think they are.
that's very rare
Old 9th March 2014
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that's very rare


Thats where the true talent usually lies. True talent is rare.
Old 9th March 2014
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Thats where the true talent usually lies. True talent is rare.
people disagree on what true talent is.
Old 9th March 2014
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people disagree on what true talent is.
Well this is a very subjective business we are in.
Old 9th March 2014
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Well this is a very subjective business we are in.
right.

and the only thing that REALLY matters at the end of the day (in this business) is MONEY and INFLUENCE
Old 9th March 2014
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right.

and the only thing that REALLY matters at the end of the day (in this business) is MONEY and INFLUENCE

Well that goes in any "business" . Money needs to be a priority in business or it wont be a business for long.

The lucky (and I do believe we create our own luck for the most part) get to monetize their passion. Which becomes the best of both worlds. If you have to bend your shapes a bit to make some bread and do your passion on the side then thats all good till you strike it.

For example doing music ur not crazy about for clients or engineering in the meantime etc.
Old 11th March 2014
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If you can't treat your room for vocal recording Go out and but a pair of moving blankets and put them in a V shape behind your vocalist.
Old 11th March 2014
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Well that goes in any "business" . Money needs to be a priority in business or it wont be a business for long.

The lucky (and I do believe we create our own luck for the most part) get to monetize their passion. Which becomes the best of both worlds. If you have to bend your shapes a bit to make some bread and do your passion on the side then thats all good till you strike it.

For example doing music ur not crazy about for clients or engineering in the meantime etc.
Your right because most people still don't understand that it is not a business without money. How can it be?
Old 27th March 2014
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The gear you use is not nearly as big a part of the equation as your knowledge of said gear. There is nothing wrong with reading a manual.
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