You are welcome, on the blog it was just an effort to raise some memory files in the minds of us who have come through the fire! So many today with the technology advancements think they have it all, but nothing beats experience. And from a production view point, anybody that has ever worked with razor editing, can edit better on software than ones who learned to edit on a DAW via computer.
Anyone who has ever maintained or set up an analog studio can work much better with plug ins because we understand basic signal path and audio flow, and the list goes on.
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Oh Debbe - thank you for your kind words of encouragement! I think the same of you :) And Heather is spot on...you have an amazing website - so unique, beautiful and still easy to navigate and find what I wanted. Lovely. Look forward to staying in touch with you now that we've found each other again!
Wow, Debbe, I just read the comment you made with your friend request. Thanks for those kind words. I love your website -- it's got an eloquent simplicity, a concept I'm working to achieve in my current remodel. (My site has taken on the appearance lately of a jumbled basement storage room.) And I see you took one of Pat's audiobook workshops!
Two words...."Seasoned Pro." I used to look forward to adding a couple of years under my belt because with experience comes credability and in the art of VO, "Sale-ability." Well I've got the notches on my belt and finally decided to stop trying to compete with the "Dollar a Hollar" young guns. They have their niche and I've found mine. Girl you've got what it takes and then some. Best of luck and continued success. Sincerely Chuck Britton