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Old 07-24-2009, 03:16 PM
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Default Welcome to the David Newman Q&A Please read before posting!

To all our forum members (and guests):

We are pleased to announce that David Newman has kindly offered to participate in an open question and answer session here at the EastWest/Soundsonline Forums!

Please post your question by starting a new thread at http://www.soundsonline-forums.com/f...splay.php?f=29. This Q&A will follow a "moderated thread & post" format. This means that your question (thread) will remain held back until selected for publication.

Please note:
  • Not all questions will be published.
  • Follow up questions are not allowed due to time constraints.
  • Repeat questions may not get published, (check all the threads so far to see if your question has already been asked before posting a question!)
  • Your posts may be edited.
  • Please limit your questions to no more than two.
Martin Frasu (David's tech) will answer technical questions about their setup.

Please be patient - if you don't see your question published, that doesn't mean it won't be sometime soon.

Do not PM or email any of the site admin to hassle us about publishing your question, or demanding to know why it hasn't been published.

Finally, please keep in mind that Mr. Newman is a busy composer and questions may not be answered immediately. Be respectful of his time and of his generous offer to spend some of that valuable time here with us.

The Q&A session will end one month from now.

Ask away!


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Old 07-26-2009, 09:11 AM
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David will answer questions at the end of the first week, so keep the questions coming, but limit them to two questions maximum per poster so it doesn't become overwhelming, and definitely make sure the question hasn't been asked first by someone else.

Thanks,

- DR

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