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I got a call to do a remote recording both audio and video...but
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That has to make your butt itch!
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Hope you're feeling better Tom. Kidney stones are no fun!
MUCH BETTER...Thanks!

It "passed" late in the day just before the concert. YEA!!!
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MUCH BETTER...Thanks!

It "passed" late in the day just before the concert. YEA!!!
usually when the "Stones" Show up it is a Good Show .. sorry, it was just to easy !!! glad to hear things went well !!!
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After careful assessment of the whole gig I believe we did a good job for the client. But for what we had to do we did it way too cheap. I really don't like doing jobs so far way from my studio and I certainly don't enjoy not making any money on the gig. By the time we are done with the editing of a three camera shoot we will have spent all the money we made on the videographers and the editor. Not good for the bottom line.

I had the client over yesterday to listen to the audio and he was very pleased. Now we have to download all the camera videos and get working on the editing.

I talked the matter over with my associates and we are not going to do anymore remote remotes unless we can charge a lot more. it just isn't worth it.

Thanks for all the helpful suggestions and support.
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After careful assessment of the whole gig I believe we did a good job for the client. But for what we had to do we did it way too cheap. I really don't like doing jobs so far way from my studio and I certainly don't enjoy not making any money on the gig. By the time we are done with the editing of a three camera shoot we will have spent all the money we made on the videographers and the editor. Not good for the bottom line.

I had the client over yesterday to listen to the audio and he was very pleased. Now we have to download all the camera videos and get working on the editing.

I talked the matter over with my associates and we are not going to do anymore remote remotes unless we can charge a lot more. it just isn't worth it.

Thanks for all the helpful suggestions and support.
yeah, breaking even does not help the bottom line at all ... no matter how happy the client is ...

it is hard to say no to work these days .. !!!
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