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 on: Yesterday at 10:45:07 PM 
Started by Ben Bones - Last post by AndersonSoundRecording
I don't understand the mindset of cheating in college, at least in an audio program (can I assume we're still talking about anything R/E/P related here, or is that over?  Do Saint and Fletcher still look at this place?).

I have three college degrees.  In twenty years of doing live event recording & production, not a single person has ever asked to see my transcripts.

Not one.

Nobody has ever said, "Gee, wish we could hire you; but what's with this C you got?"

It's "Can you do the gig?"  If not, you're fired.  Pretty simple - there's no shortage of qualified cats to sit in that chair if you can't hack it.

How insane is it that you will PAY someone to give you assignments designed to build your skill set and enhance your knowledge; that you will send HOURS of your life in a classroom with that person attempting to teach you something of worth; and then you will simply waste that time and money by not doing the assignment, not even trying - just avoiding it altogether.

It's mind boggling.  Who cares what grade you get?  Did you actually learn anything?  If not, what was the point?  I'd rather get a D, but actually learn something, than get an A having gotten nothing out of it. 

Do something else you're actually interested in (or that you can make money at without caring), 'cause unless you live, eat, and breathe this stuff, you stand zero chance of succeeding in this industry.

I'm probably biased, 'cause I teach (and have taught) for numerous audio, media, and film programs at a few colleges here.  I'll tell you: I don't give assignments for MY benefit: it's more work for ME!  I have to grade them, suffer through them (in some cases), and give feedback.  The college will still sign my paycheck, whether you do the assignment or not; whether you cheat or not...

In the end, you've only cheated yourself.  That's not a cliché - it's the absolute truth.

 on: Yesterday at 04:22:55 PM 
Started by alexmills - Last post by alexmills
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 on: September 24, 2023, 04:22:02 PM 
Started by protoolstech - Last post by RadarDoug2
If you can find a big enough ultrasonic bath, use that. Use methylated spirits as the liquid in the bath. Make sure your area is well ventilated.

 on: September 22, 2023, 02:39:18 PM 
Started by millekentk - Last post by gansilo
Choosing the right truck driving school is crucial for aspiring truck drivers to receive comprehensive training and preparation for a successful career on the road. Ensure the school is accredited and licensed by relevant authorities. This ensures that the curriculum meets industry standards. Review the curriculum to ensure it covers all necessary topics, including theory, practical skills, and safety training. Instructors should have extensive experience in the industry and be certified to teach commercial driving.

 on: September 22, 2023, 02:02:14 PM 
Started by millekentk - Last post by millekentk

What factors should you consider when choosing a truck driving school? How can aspiring truck drivers receive comprehensive training and preparation for a successful career on the road?

 on: September 22, 2023, 01:38:32 PM 
Started by protoolstech - Last post by protoolstech
Hello All,

I have an old ADC patch bay and I'm wondering if there is a way to "bathe" the modules.

Everything is dirty and I was hoping there a safe way to let the modules sit in some type of chemical solution for an over all cleaning before I began soldering.

I'm still going to do a standard cleaning, but the whole thing is so filthy, I'd love to start with a master cleanse.

Thanks for the advice!

 on: September 22, 2023, 01:25:46 PM 
Started by gansilo - Last post by millekentk
Для багатьох робота в Чикаго – це єдина можливість утримувати сім'ю та оплачувати рахунки. Якщо ви маєте досвід роботи з дітьми, ви зможете влаштуватися нянею з проживанням або без. Наявність досвіду водіння та водійських прав певної категорії дозволить отримати офіційне працевлаштування водієм вантажівок та траків тощо. Якщо вам потрібна робота в Чикаго, то ви можете знайти безліч вакансій в інтернеті. Сподіваюсь я зміг вам допомогти.

 on: September 22, 2023, 01:23:39 PM 
Started by gansilo - Last post by gansilo
США — дуже велика країна: вона складається з 50 штатів, кожен з яких нагадує окрему державу, що має власні закони, податки та механізми регулювання. Тому, якщо ви запланували переїхати до США, насамперед треба визначитися зі штатом.

 on: September 22, 2023, 12:51:04 PM 
Started by gansilo - Last post by gansilo
Які поради щодо адаптації до місцевого ринку праці в Чикаго? Які основні промислові сектори присутні в економіці Чикаго і які цікаві можливості для професійного зростання в них?

 on: September 22, 2023, 12:37:16 PM 
Started by gansilo - Last post by gansilo
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