Questions, Questions, Questions
I'm happy to answer your questions when possible about things found on my site. BUT...don't ask that question unless you are properly prepared. This means:
If I think that your question transcends the bounds of what I consider free advice, I'll let you know that in advance.
- Ask a complete question. Put enough limits on it so that the reply doesn't require writing a book. If I had the time to write a book, I would and then I'd sell it to you! If you don't put appropriate limits on your question, I won't reply.
- If you're having a problem with some piece of gear, I need to know the makes and models of equipment involved as well as a very concise statement of the problem. If the problem is noise, then tell me what kind of noise: hum, hiss, buzz, crackling, etc. Tell me the whole story. Think overkill not underkill.
- If you have a problem with a sound system, I need to know what else is in the system. Give me an equipment list of the affected items. Be precise. Be concise. But above all, be totally descriptive.
- Before sending your problem to me, do us both a favor and reread it. Do some editing. Make sure it is crystal clear. Think about sending pictures.
If you don't get a reply within a reasonable amount of time then you most likely didn't give me enough information or maybe my spam filters ate it. Again, overkill rather than underkill.
Last modified 04/14/2011 18:24:38.