protector at stic.net
Tue Nov 4 20:30:37 EST 2008
I have learned most of what I know by listening and watching.
I'm in sales, yet when I ask a technical question, I always learn something.
While the written answer is good, can those soon to asked questions be
answered in audio and the audio file be stored on the internet?
If youtube can can do it... ya'll are the techs of audio, surely you can
get some mic time, lay-down the audio, and answer as if your buddy were
For me, besides getting my answer, a story was interlaced, and I was
always amazed, entertained and sometimes we just laughed too much.
Many of the engineers I admire are still alive, very busy, or just not
in my geographical area anymore, but it would good to hear those old
fart voices again.
Always the student...
Dave Dunsmoor wrote:
>> I'd give every suit in the world for a few of those gray heads back
>> and in good health. I unfortunately wasn't sophisticated enough to
>> even think of some of the questions I should have asked when they were
>> still here.
> Jeff, you gave me an idea. Many of us here write articles for Radio
> and Radio World. I've written a few, and I try to tailor them to the new
> in the business. New meaning either new to broadcast engineering, or new
> as a owner trying to do some of his own engineering.
> Ask here as you think of old ponderings. You'll likely get a large
> of replies, maybe even worth keeping.
> Dave Dunsmoor
> The SBE Roundtable, SBE at sbe.org
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