On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 10:42:46AM +0300, Tapani Sysimets? wrote:
One of the things I love about the Linux world, was recently brought home to me by my bass player, who also works in some punk bands-- he noted that I do things in a very "DIY" way.
I guess it's hard to get more DIY than making your own software, or operating system, for that matter. DIY culture is so deep in the Linux world that I didn't even notice it, much as fish probably don't notice water. Until of course I stepped out for a moment.
So it's nice that I posted a request looking to hire someone to master tracks, and instead I got a bunch of very helpful links and advice on how instead, to just study up and learn how to DIY it myself.
So, why not, I guess I'll do that. For much less than the price of a single mastering session, I could probably buy some decent monitors, and learn how to use JAMIN (and whatever else) properly.
Thanks again all.
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