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Postby awjoe » Wed May 15, 2013 5:14 pm

Why is Mike Senior described as 'tame' in the Mix Rescue article every month?

And does SOS have a wild one?
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Re: tame?

Postby awjoe » Sun May 19, 2013 1:32 am

Another of life's mysteries well-kept.
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Re: tame?

Postby awjoe » Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:02 pm

Ah. So now he's 'semi-tame'. Right. (It must be true - I read it - in print - in SOS - that makes it official.)

And why 'semi-tame'? Not as tractable as before? I can almost hear the exchange:

Semi-tame mix engineer: If I have to listen to one more crap mix from one more wannabe, I'm taking my Avantone Mixcube and going somewhere you won't hear from me for a while.

SOS: Yeah, but they're buying your book.

STME: Look, if you want it done, *you* do it. My ears hurt.

SOS: Alright, alright. I'll do it. Maybe they'll buy my book too.



His book is good, btw. One thing I learned from it is that I shouldn't entertain the conceit that it might be a good idea to send one of my mixes in for a rescue.
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