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Support forum or open mic night?

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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Well I've made the transition to the new forum.
Question: Is this a support forum only, or do we get to start wide-open discussions about dithering and phase cancellation?
I am a long-time Cool Edit / Audition user and am very comfortable with the product, don't really have any problems with it, but have always enjoyed answering a few questions on the old forum when I felt I had something useful to add. As much as I enjoy reading stuff over at the gearslutz forum, there's just too many folks on there doing the (..........analog is the way, the only way, and If you don't hire a Mastering engineer you're screwed, and if you don't have Neumann mics in your closet you have no place in this industry...........) ...........type attitudes for me......
Just wondering if were free to discuss things outside of the realm of Audition support?

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> Well I've made the transition to the new forum
No, your posting history is gone, just like mine.
>  but have always enjoyed answering a few questions on the old forum
>  when I felt I had something useful to add
So did I, however for some as yet unexplained reason ... quite possibly a feature of this wonderful new bbs system ... offline posting seems to be broken, so it really is a so _did_ I.
> [paraphrasing] analog is the way, the only way, and If you don't hire a
> Mastering engineer you're screwed, and if you don't have Neumann mics
> in your closet you have no place in this industry
Seems like an arrogant attitude system over there, wherever it was - placename intentionally omitted, It is great that we do not encounter this problem here in any shape or form.
Recording practices have always been relevant here, because they always come up in the context of what you can and what you can not fix, but to get good posts on that you need to have skilled practicing recordists available as participants.
In my experience as Relaynet (tm) Conference Host, the first and quite possibly the only one that hosted non-tourism related conferences while not a US resident, it is vital for a system like this that the users feel welcomed, they are after all a vital resource. It was in the job description that actually having to ""moderate"" was to have failed, the primary tool was being a good example. Howard Belasco taught me a lot about why and how the american way, including free information flow and room for criticism has made the US so great a nation. It was a great system!
   Kind regards
   Peter Larsen