AVP - 'Scantily Plaid'

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AVP - 'Scantily Plaid'

Postby singyourheart » Mon Jan 26, 2004 9:32 pm

Ben wrote n his review:

"If the singers' peregrinations have anything to do with the finished product, I wish them, for our sake, many happy travels to come."


ben, how long exactly did you search in webster's for this word? c'mon now, be honest. lol
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Postby Tom C » Tue Jan 27, 2004 12:47 pm

Ben, if you didn't know, is brilliant. He's also much too modest to ever say this, but I am not. He also holds a PhD in an area of classical studies, so he is well versed on big words.
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Postby bstevens » Tue Jan 27, 2004 1:48 pm

Tom flatters me. I don't quite have my PhD yet, but I will let everyone know when they may address me as Doctor Coordinator.

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Postby Chris » Wed Jan 28, 2004 3:54 am

bstevens wrote:Tom flatters me. I don't quite have my PhD yet, but I will let everyone know when they may address me as Doctor Coordinator.


Don't hold your breath, Ben. It didn't work for me. :-)
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Liner Notes...

Postby AVPJack » Thu Jan 29, 2004 8:17 am

Speaking of margins,

One cannot always control where the printer cuts or how much they blow up something. Other than that...I thought I did a pretty good job.
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re: margins

Postby jonathansears » Thu Jan 29, 2004 10:36 am

re: Margins

The printer always cuts at the same place and should never be allowed to "blow up something". You ask them for size and spec requirements so that they don't have to make any adjustments that negatively affect the look of your liner notes.

I've worked with many different print shops and this has always be the case. You follow their template and then you receive a finished product that looks just like it did when you gave it to them.
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