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"I Need a .wav or .aif file" Doesn't Mean Convert the MP3...
Old 28th January 2013
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"I Need a .wav or .aif file" Doesn't Mean Convert the MP3...

This has happened many times when I forget to be specific when communicating with other "engineers". Yes, I would like an uncompressed mixdown, which you hopefully processed along with the mp3. If not I'm crossing my fingers that the project files were properly archived and not deleted off your hard drive.

And no, if I wanted an uncompressed file that was converted from the mp3 I could have did that myself, LOL! And don't lie to me the wav and mp3 null...oh, you don't know what "null" means?

These are the guys I lose work to...grr.
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