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Replying to @CtznXxx
This is what passes as news these days.
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 16
Who says that snack cakes aren't moments of comfort and happiness? (Especially when on deadline, but I digress ...)
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 13
Replying to @standupkid
Are they really asking about barriers? How much time do we have?
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Reverb Jan 10
"There was definitely a time when it was cool to sound like sh*t...but I think more people are reaching for better-sounding things, and I hope it keeps going." - producer/mixer/engineer Shani Gandhi
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Derek Walker Jan 9
After about 5 rounds of revisions, let's be honest - it is time to kill that idea and start over. Very little gets better after more than 2 or 3 rounds of revisions. And I'm being charitable. Put that poor idea and the creatives out of their misery.
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 9
Replying to @dereklwalker
Note to (certain) editors ...
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ADWEAK Jan 8
BREAKING: Client Challenges Agency To Create Something New And Different As Long As It Has Been Done Before And Was Successful
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Steve Vai Jan 6
Had a great chat with recently! Check it out here:
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Lzzy Hale Jan 6
From Darkness to Light: Halestorm's Lzzy Hale Breaks Through the Wall with Vicious - Guitar Girl Magazine
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Bryan Beller Jan 6
THE MASTER SPEAKS: "Scenes From The Flood" engineering & sonic mastermind Forrester Savell is featured at by the incomparable Alison Richter (). Totally worth reading, I sez.
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Valerie Jarrett Dec 30
Every woman I know has experienced this.
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 2
What could possibly go wrong?
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Jennifer Morrow Dec 26
The most depressing part of LITTLE WOMEN (1869) is not when Beth dies but when Jo's short story wins a prize of $100, reminding any fellow writers reading the book that freelance rates have remained roughly stable SINCE THE RECONSTRUCTION ERA
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 2
But ... but ... you get "exposure!"
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 2
Replying to @dereklwalker
Consider this a collective "like" for every post. Otherwise, I'll be here all day, flooding your notifications. Footnote: The D.W. Tenets of Advertising and Creativity are applicable to the editorial/publishing world. Many would benefit from a long scroll.
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MusicIndustryInterviews Jan 2
Replying to @griner
Having been on both sides of the equation, with a lot of spiraling at one point ... yes to this. That doesn't preclude the need to sometimes walk away — on both sides. But still a yes.
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MusicIndustryInterviews Dec 24
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Steven Sosna Dec 22
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Elizabeth A. White Dec 22
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MusicIndustryInterviews Dec 22
Replying to @AtomicSonic
Never understood the appeal of BMWs, but if we're talking classic Cadillacs, that's another conversation.
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