/@/ sing post.
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I'm very sorry for not posting the promised /@/ sings guides here before, I was really busy and writing those two short articles was harder for me than I've expected.
Anyway, quick reminder: we're actually doing the /@/ sings thing, we had two polls about which song we're going to sing and our winner was Yes! Party Time!!. Short version, to not overdone ourselves.
So I've prepared two guides for you guys. The first one is for undecided anons that are not really sure if they want to participate or not:https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1R2EOAS1_voL7OdqGmJUZFNpqq5ynte8nNwF2ySVk0MM
And if you're ready for singing and just want the info about what you have to do, then you can find everything here:https://docs.google.com/document/d/17ze81nQFypl0WPxT3_qcjnAqBt5NtX3Dx4qAwKMeVzQ
You should find everything inside those guides, but I'll remind you again that you can submit your recordings at firstname.lastname@example.org (or here, if you're brave enough).
Two important issues:
I'm still new to recording stuff - I've done my research, but if you find any technical mistakes, please let me know here or send me an email. also filthy ESL here, if you want to correct my awful grammar mistakes then go on
And we STILL don't have anybody who could make the mixing job. If you can, then please let me know. Again - just post here or send me an email.
About the deadline - let's say that we have time to make our recordings until the end of the month. But, of course, feel free to summit yours earlier.
We're doing it, guys. Good luck!