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      06-19-2010, 03:24 PM   #4
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very true. i was going to be a sound engineer but the music industry is tough. we were told once to get a real job first, then start buying music gears and not just dive in. the music industry is competitive and most of all, people do not always pay for the musicians' and engineers' time consuming and technical work... time, recording gears, good quality musical instruments, studios, recording crews, years of education to learn proper recording techniques for the engineers, years of musical education for the musicians, etc... they all cost money
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