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 Post subject: Hello from Glasgow
PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:55 pm 
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I thought I would introduce myself with this first post, and say 'Hello'. I am an expat American living in Scotland, an ex-recording engineer from a previous career, who still has a passion for music production. I have just moved into a new home, and now have a dedicated room for my audio mayhem (much to my spouse's relief!).

I am very happy to have discovered this resource, and hope to make good use of it going forward, as my space is, alas, of less than ideal dimensions (about 1700 ft/cu), and will need significant help. I hope to be able to take advantage of the expertise on offer in creating my production/mix room, as well as to contribute, if possible, in return.

I will be putting together my room treatment help request post with plenty of detail (I have read the guideline doc), over the next several weeks, and I look forward to beginning a dialog (multi-log?) with the forum.

Until then,

- Richard


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 Post subject: Re: Hello from Glasgow
PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:22 pm 
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Hi there Richard, and Welcome to the forum! :)

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I am an expat American living in Scotland, an ex-recording engineer from a previous career,
That sounds like a dangerous combination! And the start of a good joke, too! "An American, a Scotsman, and a recording engineer walk into a bar, ...." :)

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my space is, alas, of less than ideal dimensions (about 1700 ft/cu)
That isn't too terrible. For a control room, that would be fine. I have designed a few control rooms around that size.

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I will be putting together my room treatment help request post with plenty of detail (I have read the guideline doc), over the next several weeks,
:thu: I'm looking forward to seeing that!


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 Post subject: Re: Hello from Glasgow
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hello and welcome to this forum


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 Post subject: Re: Hello from Glasgow
PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 5:26 pm 
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alarawany wrote:
hello and welcome to this forum
Good bye spammer! You are NOT welcome on this forum! Nice try. :roll:


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