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  1. Nice choice on the m-audio interface! ideal if pro-tools is your thing!
  2. re:portable rig Hi there, Dont know if you are still interested in ideas here but just thought i would pop in some thoughts! the rucksack idea is great! i use it all the time for recording live events that i engineer, you can use the insert points as direct outs on most desks quite happily! as long as you are not using them obv.... i use a 4U "rockbag" by warwick with a motu 828 MK3, behringer 8 channel ADAT preamp and a couple DI units along with a Macbook pro 13" and logic studio 9 to record basically any live gig. this gives me 16 channels of "raw" sound so you can mute what you like and re-record anything you need to later! also all you need to do is carry a kit bag with some mics, stands and cables and aslong as you have a decent sounding room record anywhere!! easy! :-) www.scot-sound.co.uk
  3. RE: post Hi there, i am aware you say in the post that you are not looking for someone who is "wet behind the ears" however i would like to put myself forward for consideration. I am currently studying electrical engineering which on its own i would believe to be an advantage to the post, on top of this i am a highly skilled sound technician, who has engineered in many high profile venues (e.g. eden court Inverness, Joules Holland's Jam House Edinburgh and the Forum Aberdeen) i have also recorded and engineered several bands mostly Traditional music however i can turn my hand to anything! i am a competent user of pro tools and logic on mac and pc. also i would like to say i have already completed a full multi-thousand pound, sound and light installation in my home town of Tain (highland) of which i can provide photos and details of on request i would really appreciate the chance to be considered for the position and would like to prove to you that it is not always nessicary to be over 40 in order to be a reliable and highly skilled multi-purpose technician! :-) I currently freelance under the name www.scot-sound.co.uk check out the website, i am still attempting to build up a reputation in the city after only recently moving down. thanks for your time Ross
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