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KVRer
7 posts since 28 Mar, 2014 from London

Post Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:03 am

Hi all, I've recently started working with Audio Animals in London. I've been given an amazing opportunity here and wanted to gathers others insight into the dos and don'ts for working with professionals in their studio.

My roles at the studio are to help out with small jobs, as you'd expect making tea for the engineers to reduce downtime and general assistance with their mixing and mastering. Assisting with this is great as I'm patching patch bays and setting up mixes ready for them to work. On my first day I got to assist with the mastering of 12 Hollywood film scores which was an amazing insight into what I can expect and I don't want to let them down.

Any help and advice you guys can offer would be greatly appreciated and taken on board.

I'll be writing a day to day post on their website of the goings on as life as an apprentice engineer in training. Hoping to land this job for years to come.

I'll be working here at Audio Animals Studio http://www.audioanimals.co.uk

Thanks guys!

KVRAF
4306 posts since 21 Sep, 2005

Post Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:27 pm

DanAudioAnimals wrote:Hi all, I've recently started working with Audio Animals in London. I've been given an amazing opportunity here and wanted to gathers others insight into the dos and don'ts for working with professionals in their studio.

My roles at the studio are to help out with small jobs, as you'd expect making tea for the engineers to reduce downtime and general assistance with their mixing and mastering. Assisting with this is great as I'm patching patch bays and setting up mixes ready for them to work. On my first day I got to assist with the mastering of 12 Hollywood film scores which was an amazing insight into what I can expect and I don't want to let them down.

Any help and advice you guys can offer would be greatly appreciated and taken on board.

I'll be writing a day to day post on their website of the goings on as life as an apprentice engineer in training. Hoping to land this job for years to come.

I'll be working here at Audio Animals Studio http://www.audioanimals.co.uk

Thanks guys!
I think this post failed on three counts.

First:

We are all aspriring jealous tea boys here. You rubbed our spout in it a bit. We couldn't take the strain. And now you are going to be sent to Yorkshire or Lapsang Souchong, or wherever the poor people make the tea these days.

Second:

Your first day had you assisting in 12, no less, blockbusters. Show us how it is done oh Chah Wallah!

Third:

You gave a spam link. But between you and me, I am trying to enlarge the size of my penis, well, I call it my penis, my girlfriend is not so polite about it. She says, if you wanna keep going out with me, you better enlarge the size of your **** and your ****. I know she is crude, but I love her like no other. Can you point me in the way of some pills I can buy?

Oh and fourth, you only have a few posts to your name recently registered.

I actually think your real name is Kriminal. And you do this because you think it is funny.

Time for another 'mods are asleep so post kitty porn' thread.


Twat.

KVRist
335 posts since 9 Aug, 2004

Post Wed Apr 02, 2014 4:34 am

I don't chill here long enough to know who is doing what but if this thread is serious then the best advice I can give is: be humble, be courteous and listen to EVERYTHING!

Codec, I have a solution to your problem. A product and technique I created years ago, but for some reason, it didn't take off.

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