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PLEASE POST TOPICS ABOVE in the sub forums
Old 17th August 2008
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PLEASE POST TOPICS ABOVE in the sub forums

The categories above were created to keep the acoustics forum organized. Even though the system will accept posts here in the general section, it was really intended that the posting would happen in the sub-forums above. Posts here will end up being moved above.

Most people click on the sub-forums directly from the GS forums main page, so things posted in this general section don't get seen as much, and you'll likely get more discussion if you post on the appropriate sub-forum.

Thanks!
Old 19th August 2008
  #2
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Originally Posted by jayfrigo View Post
The categories above were created to keep the acoustics form organized. Even though you can post here in the general section, it was really intended that the posting would happen in the sub-forums above. Posts here will probably end up being moved.

Most people click on the sub-forums directly from the GS forums main page, so things posted in this general section don't get seen as much, and you'll likely get more discussion if you post on the appropriate sub-forum.

Thanks!
Jay: How do I move a post?
Old 19th August 2008
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Jay: How do I move a post?
By asking me... I assume the chamber post? I'll move it now.
Old 4th December 2010
  #4
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i made the same mistake

i need to move my post as well please, to the first sub category, the acoustics one. thank you!
Old 10th January 2011
  #5
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Hi Jay, could you move my post on acoustic panel, bass traps, etc section please?
Old 20th January 2011
  #6
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Oops!

Sorry, me too. Really should read the stickies... Please move my post "Making up for room deficiencies with EQ" to the appropriate sub forum. (Studio building / acoustics, I guess? It doesn't fit too well anywhere. Kind of "in lieu of good acoustics"...)
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