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    Happy New Year. God Bless, if that's your thing. If not, please accept it from me.

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    I've come back to this topic to see how it's been going and something struck me. I think that only a couple of things stuck in my head from my teacher training and if you removed the 'music' bit of the topic you'd be left with the evidence to support the big arguments on how people learn best. We've got every different approach covered here, and every reaction to it from people in the different groups. If you're interest Google Kolb - he did loads of stuff on learning styles and which one works best - there are four. Rose belongs firmly in one group, I only work in a different one - and other participants here for the others. It has nothing really to do with intelligence, or experience - just what works best for us individually. I NEVER read instruction books or manuals. I would never do a check list, I usually blunder through experimenting and eventually get there. Others cannot do this - they need to know what happens before they do something. I just do it and work out what happens. Other people like to have the processes explained to them. This also makes taking advice from people in the different 'camps' difficult, because what they suggest is uncomfortable. Sometimes we get forced to use systems we don't like - Pilots, for example work on check lists, not memory. When your own and other people's lives depend on you - check lists are great. They're also produced by people who you can rely on. Getting a flowchart from the net could be great if the guys at Abbey Road produced it, but what if it was from a small bedroom studio belonging to a college student - who liked checklists? I suspect some of the clues to it being a dodgy one come from people's questions about some of it?

    I ried to produce one for how I do things, and came to the conclusion I can't as I seem to take different journeys to the same end destination each time - depending on what it is?

    Ironically - a flow chart could have been really useful - I've been away two months, and go home in a couple of weeks, straight back into the second half of producing a series of music products, and I cannot remember exactly the process I used - so I bet all the stuff I produce when I restart sounds different. Maybe the flow chart would have been a better move!

    Happy New Year everyone!

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    Great comments, aylestone. I recently watched a documentary about the Doors. Some of their albums were cut in a week. I don't know how long post-production took but it can't have been too long. So, the engineers doing their stuff had to have, in their heads, a definite way of doing things. They weren't hunting around for processes.

    I'm with you about manuals. In the Reaper guide for instance there is too much info that is, without at least some experience, useless to read.

    Regardless, I'm learning.

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    I wonder: Are the best engineers, musicians?
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