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Old 20th March 2003
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Hi, my name is Jeremy. I just moved to the bay area a few months ago. I'm just making use of every means possible to meet other people in the industry, and gain more experience. I'm a recent graduate of an audio engineering school, but I believe school can only teach you so much. The rest you have to learn out in the real world. So I am extending my helping hand. Anybody have any suggestions as to where to start in this business?
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Old 20th March 2003
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Welcome to the forum. Check in often as you will learn from other experence here. What are your objectives? Producer? Engineer? A&R (please god no!)? Assistant co vice jr. runner trainee?

You seem to have the right attitude about recording school. Don't leave there until you KNOW (and I mean KNOW, not some memorized crap) Signal Flow, Tape Calibration, DAW Calibration, DAW basics (at least the basics) and as many consoles as possible (automation being a key point). You have the luxury to learn a crapload of stuff that busy engineers DON'T have time to. Take advantage of this as much as possible.
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